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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE 



Twelve Months Ended 31st October 



1918 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




TORONTO : 
Printed and Published by A. T. WILGRESS, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

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To His Honour 

Sir John Strathearn Hendrie, K.C.M.G., C.V.O., a Colonel in the Militia of 

Canada, etc., etc., etc. 

Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Ontario. 

May it Please Your Honour : 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the Public 
Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the twelve months ended 31st October, 
1918. 

Respectfully submitted, 

T. W. McGarry, 

Treasurer, 
Treasury Department, Ontario, 
February 18th, 1919. 



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Audit Office, 
February 18th, 1919. 

Hon. T. VV. McGabry, K.C., 
Provincial Treasurer. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit to you the Public Accounts for the twelve 
months ended 31st October, 1918. 

1 have the honour to be, 
Sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

J. CLANCY, 

Auditor. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS, 



statements- 
no. PAGE 

1 Receipts and Expenditure. .A 26 

2 Bank Balances A 30 

Revenue Statements: 

3 Interest Account A 31 

4 Lands, Forests and Mines.. A 32 

5 Education A 33 

6 Agriculture A 34 

7 Game and Fishei ies A 36 

8 Provincial Secretary A 37 

9 Insurance A 38 

10 Law Stamps A 39 

11 Succession Duty A 40 

12 Corporations Tax Act A 64 

Fire Marshal's Act A 72 

13 Casual Revenue A 73 



Miscellaneous Statements: 

14 Temiskaming and Northern 

Ontario Railway A 80 

15 Government Stationery 

Office A 81 

16 Ontario Government Loans. A 88 

17 Municipal Securities A 90 

18 Sinking Funds A 93 

19 Railway Aid and Annuity 

Certificates A 94 

20 and 21 Aid to Railways from 

Confederation A 95 

22 Assets and Liabilities A 98 

23 War Expenditure A 104 

24 Expenditure Statement 670 

25 Comparative Statement 720 

Note. — General 



EXPENDITURE BY DEPARTMENTS. 

PAGE 

Agriculture, Department of: 

Civil Government 37-42 

Agriculture 266-362. 

Attorney-General's Department: 

Civil Government 4-7 

Administration of Justice . . . 49-73 

Miscellaneous 519-523 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion 571 and 654 



Audit Office 



Education Departm e n t : 
Civil Government 
Education ». 



27-28. 



7-9 
73-161 



Lands, Forests and Mines Dept.: 

Civil Government 9-15 

Crown Lands 537-562 

Colonization and Immigration 362-364 

Legislation 43-49 

Lieutenant-Governor's Office ... 3 

Miscellaneous Services 569-570 

Office of Premier and President 

of the Council 3-4 



Provincial Secretary's Dept. 

Civil Government 

Hospital and Charities . . . 

Public Institutions 

Miscellaneous 



Provincial Treasurer's Dept. 

Civil Government 

King's Printer's Office .... 
Miscellaneous 



Public Works Dept.: 

Civil Government 

Colonization Roads 

Game and Fisheries Dept 

Public Highways Dept 

Public Buildings 

Public Works 

Repairs and Maintenance 

T. & N. O. Ry. Commission 

Refunds 

Special Warrants 

Statement of Accountable War- 
rant Returns 

Stationery Office 

Statutory Expenditures 



Index, see page A6. 



28-37 
365-370 
162-265 
531-537 



25-27 

42 

524-530 



15-25 
432-490 
495-519 
491-494 
380-408 
408-432 
370-380 

571 
562-569 

612 



745 
667 
572 



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INDEX 



AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT. 



Civil Government :- 



PAGE 

Agriculture Department 37 

Agricultural and Horticultural 

Societies Branch 39 

Commissioner of Agriculture 38 

Dairy Branch 41 

Fruit Branch 41 

Institutes Branch 40 

Live Stock Branch 39 

Agriculture- 
Agricultural College 334 

Agricultural and Horticultural 

Societies 266 

Allowance to W. J. Patrick 334 

Allowance to Townships Louth 

and Clinton 292 

Apiaries, Inspection of 289 

Bureau of Industries 284 

Dairy Exhibit at Canadian Na- 
tional Exhibition 287 

* Dairy Instructors 285 

Dairy Instruction and Inspection. 285 
Dairy Products for Grading Pur- 
poses 287 

Dairymen's Associations 285 

Demonstration Farm, Northern 

Ontario 293 

District Representatives 295 

Eastern Dairy School 286 

Eastern Ontario Live Stock and 

Poultry Show , 278 

Elgin Corn Growers' Association.. 331 
Exhibit of Fruit, Grain and Vege- 
tables at Can. Nat. Exhibition.. 331 
Expenses re Shipment of Live 

Stack 280 

Expenditure under Fruit Pests Act 288 
Factory Meetings, services and 

expenses 286 

Farm Surveys, Commissioner's 

Office 332 

Farmer's and Women's Institutes. 281 
Fees of Officers of Department . . 331 
Field Crop Competitions, prizes, 

etc 271 

Field Crop Competitions, services 

and expenses of judges 274 

Field Man. salary of 281 

Fruit Branch 287 

Fruit Stations, expenses and 

maintenance 292 

Fruit, growing, handling and ad- 
vertising 288 

Grants under Horticultural and 
Agricultural Societies Branch.. 

266, 269, 277 
Grant, Ontario Milk and Cream 
Producers' -Association 286 



Agriculture — Continued. page 

Grant, Ontario Corn Growers' As- 
sociation 331 

Grant, Lambton Corn Growers' As- 
sociation 331 

Grant, to P. S. Board, Monteith... 295 

Grants under Fruit Branch 287 

Grants under Live Stock Branch. 280 
Grants to Local Poultry Associa- 
tions 279 

Grants to Horse Shows 280 

Horticultural Experimental Station 290 
Horticultural, Agricultural and 
Vegetable Growers' Societies, 

expenses 278 

Incidentals 332 

Inspection of Apiaries 289 

Instruction, Inspection re Grading 

Dairy Products 285 

Insurance to Indemnify Societies. 270 
Judges, services and expenses .... 275 

Macdonald Institute and Hall 344 

Medical School Inspection 284 

Ontario Agricultural College 334 

Animal Husbandry, Farm 

Branch 350 

Apicultural Branch 360 

Dairy School 355 

Experimental Dairy Branch . . . 354 

Field Experiments 352 

Forestry 349 

Horticultural Branch 358 

Macdonald Institute and Hall.. 344 

Mechanical Branch 362 

Poultry Branch 357 

Soil Physics Branch 361 

Ontario Experimental Union 293 

Ontario Horse Breeders' Associa- 
tion 280 

Ontario Plowmen's Association... 278 
Ontario Provincial Winter Fair . . 278 
Ontario Vegetable Growers' As- 
sociation 278 

Ontario Veterinary College 292 

Provincial Motion Pictures, films 

and machines 334 

Purchase, maintenance and hire of 

vehicles 333 

Pure Bred (Stock, sale of 280 

Pure Seed Fairs 266 

Removal expenses of Officers of 

Department 331 

Sheep Breeding and (Sheep Feed- 
ing Demonstrations 279 

Shipments of Live Stock, expen- 
ses 280 

Special Grants under sec. 25 266 

iSpring Stock Shows 266 

Stallion Enrolment Act, services 

and expenses 280 

Winter Fair, Guelph 278 



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INDEX. 



ATTORNEY=GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 



5 

42 
5 

6 



Civil Government:— page 

Attorney-General's Department . . 4 

Law Library 5 

Audit of Criminal Justice Ac- 
counts Branch 

Inspection of Registry Offices .... 

Insurance Branch 

Ontario Railway and Municipal 
Board 

Administration of Justice: — 

Allowance to Crown Atorney, 

Toronto 53 

Allowance to District Judges 53 

Allowance to Supreme Court 

Judges 49 

Allowance to A. G. Newell 51 

Allowance to Usher for Robing 

Room 51 

Appellate Division, Registrar's 

Office 50 

Central Office 51 

Clerk of Assize 52 

Commutation of Fees, Surrogate 

Judges 52 

Commutation of Fees, Local Mas- 
ters 53 

County of Law Libraries 64 

Crown Attorney, Toronto 53 

Crown Counsel Prosecutions 57 

Deputy Clerk of the Crown and 

Pleas 56 

Deputy Clerks of the Crown as 

Local Registrars 57 

District of Algoma 65 

do Kenora 66 

do Manitoulin 66 

do Muskoka 67 

do Nipissing 68 

do Parry Sound 69 

do Rainy River 69 

do Sudbury 70 

do Temiskamlng 71 

do Thunder Bay 71 

Division Courts, Inspection of . . . 54 

Drainage Trials Act 56 

General Administration of Justice 

in Counties 58 

Haliburton, Provisional County of 72 

High Court, Registrar's Office 51 

Inspection of Division Courts 54 

Inspection of Legal Offices 53 



PAGE 

Administration of Justice— Continued. 

Judges' Library, Supreme Court.. 49 

Judges' Petty Expense Fund .... 50 

Land Titles Office 54 

Legal Offices, inspection of 53 

Local Masters of Titles 54 

Local Master of Titles, North Bay 55 

Master-in-Chambers 50 

Master-in-Ordinary 50 

Police Magistrates, in Districts . . 73 

Provincial Police 62 

Registrars in Districts 64 

Registrar's Office, Appellate Divi- 
sion 50 

Registrar's Office, High Court 51 

Seals and other contingencies ... 62 

Sheriff's Fees 61 

Shorthand Reporters 64 

Supreme Court of Judicature .... 49 

Surrogate Court 52 

Surrogate Judges and Local Mas- 
ters 52 

Taxing Office 52 

Hydro=Electric Power Commission 
571and654 

Miscellaneous : — 

Allowance to H. Asbyll 523 

Allowance to G. A. Brown 523 

Allowance to County of Renfrew. 523 

Allowance to W. H. Day 522 

Allowance to A. M. Dymond 523 

Allowance to Fire Marshal 521 

Allowance to Messrs. Freshfields. . 523 

Allowance to N. L. Martin 523 

Commissions re sundry investi- 
gations 523 

Expenses of Elections 522 

Fidelity Bonds, Divisions Courts.. 523 
Fire Marshal's Office, salaries and 

expenses 519 

Fire Marshal's Office, purchase and 

maintenance of automobile 522 

Grant to Conference re Provincial 

Laws 523 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 571 
Litigation, of Constitutional and 

other Questions 519 

Manhood Suffrage Registration . . 522 

Revision of Voters' Lists 522 



AUDIT OFFICE 27 



Civil Government:— 

Education Department, 
and contingencies . . . 



EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. 
Education', — 



PAGE 



salaries 



Allowances 



PAGE 

.94, 99, 101, 106, 107, 

111, 113, 114, 16-1 






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EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.— Continued, 



Education— Continued. page 

Archaeological Researches 137 

Art Department in High Schools. 135 
Art Department in P. and S. 

Schools, grants Ill 

Assisted Public and Separate 

Schools, Counties 86 

Bulletins on Educational Matters. 113 
Canadian Free Library for the 

Blind 143 

Canadian Reading Camp Asso- 
ciation 142 

Carter Scholarships 108 

Chief Inspector of Schools 97 

Consolidated Schools, Districts . . 90 

Continuation Schools 90 

Day and Evening Industrial Classes 144 

Departmental Examinations 101 

Editor of Text-Books 109 

English-French Training Schools: 

Ottawa 131 

Sturgeon Falls 131 

Vankleek Hill 132 

Sandwich 132 

Experiments in Rural School, 

Medical Inspections 113 

Extra services 109 

Fees for various Officials 160 

Fifth Classes 92 

Grant to Bancroft P. >S. Board ... 92 
Grants for Equipment, Rural P. 

S. Boards 112 

Grants to School Boards, Super- 
visors and Teachers 112 

Haileybury_ High School, Mining 

Education 144 

High Schools and Collegiate In- 
stitutes 133-136 

High and Public (School Registers 160" 

Historical Papers 146 

Historical Societies 143 

Industrial Day and Evening Clas- 
ses 144 

Inspection of Auxiliary Classes . . 99 
Inspection of Public and District 

Schools 97 

Industrial and Agricultural Edu- 
cation 144 

Instruction in Industrial Arts and 

Household Science 90 

Kindergarten Schools 89 

Legal Services re Schools 161 

Library and Museum 136 

Library Institutes 141 

Library Schools 141 

Literary and Scientific Societies.. 143 
Macdonald Consolidated Schoo 1 , 

Guelph 90 

Military Instruction, P. and S. S. 

Cadet Corps 88 

Military Instruction, High (Schools 
and Collegiate Institutes Cadet 
Corps 135 



Education— Continued. page 

Minister's Report 160 

Miscellaneous Services 161 

Model Schools 93 

Night Schools 90 

Night High Schools 135 

Normal School, Hamilton 123 

do London 121 

do North Bay 129 

do Peterborough 125 

do Stratford 127 

Normal and Model Schools, Ot- 
tawa 118 

Normal and Model Schools, To- 
ronto ! 114 

Ontario College of Art and Art 

Societies 143 

Ontario Educational Association.. 96 

Ontario Library Association 142 

Ontario School for the Blind 153 

Ontario School for the Deaf 147 

Ottawa Association for the Blind . . 143 
Pension Act and Pension Fund . . 160 

Preparation of Text Books 109 

Professional Training of First 
Class Teachers and High School 

Assistants 110 

Provincial University and Mining 

Schools 146 

Public School Inspection, grants 
for services re visits to Public 

Schools 113 

Public and Separate Schools, 

Counties assisted 86 

Public Libraries 138 

Queen's University, Kingston. .110, 147 
Reference Books for Normal 

School Libraries 113 

Re-filing Official Correspondence-. 114 

Royal Ontario Museum 147 

Rural Public School Boards, 

Grants for Equipment 112 

Rural Public and Separate Schools, 

Counties, General Grants 73 

Rural Public and Separate Schools, 
Districts, General Grants ....... 80 

Rural School Libraries 142 

Sault Ste. Marie High School 144 

Scholarships re Carter Bequest . . 108 

School Acts 160 

School Gardens for Normal 

Schools 113 

Special Grants 88 

Special Industrial and Agricul- 
tural Education 144 

Special Lectures in Rural and 

Urban. Schools 113 

Special travelling expenses for 

County and other Inspectors . . . 113 
Spring and Summer Schools .... 96 
Stationery, postage and contingen- 
cies re Inspection of Schools . . . 100* 



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EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.— Continued, 



Education— Continued. page 

Sudbury High School, Mining 

Education 144 

Superannuated Teachers 145 

Teacher's Associations 95 

Teachers engaged in Model School 

Training, grants 110 

Teachers in Rural Public Schools, 

grants 112 

Teachers' Pension Act 160 

Technical Education 143 

Temporary Teachers in Normal 

Schools Ill 

Travelling and moving expenses 

of Inspectors 100 1 



Education— Continued. page 

Traveling expenses of N. S. 

Students re Nature Study 112 

Travelling Libraries 141 

University of Toronto 146, 147 

Urban. Public and Separate 

Schools, general grants 74 

do special grants 76 

do supplementary grants . 79 

Western University 147 

Women's Institute, allowance to.. 113 

Refunds — Education 562 



LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES DEPARTMENT. 



Civil Government : — 

Lands, Forests and Mines 9 

Bureau of Mines 13 

Colonization Branch 13 

Forestry Branch 12 

Colonization and Immigration: — 

Emigration work in Great Britain 

and Ireland -. 363 

Grant to Richard Reid 364 

Grant to J. M. Clark 364 

Land Guides for Settlers 363 

Printing, pamphlets, advertising, 

and other expenses 362 

Rental of Immigration Offices . . . 364 



Crown Lands: — 

Agents' salaries and disbursements 537 

Algonquin Provincial Park 559 

Allowance to C. F. Bailey 554 

Board of Surveyors 537 

Canadian Forestry Association . . . 553 

Cullers' Act 551 

Explorations, Investigations and 

Inspections 555 

Experimental Treatment of Ores. 555 

Fire Ranging 544 

Forest Ranging 541 

Forest Reserves 543 



Crown Lands— Continued. 

Forestry: — 

Salaries, wages and expenses of 

men 552 

Investigation of Forest Tree 

Diseases 553 

Purchase, care and feed of 

horses 552 

Purchase of automobile 553 

Fuel Investigation 561 

Insurance 554 

Legal Investigations and Reports. 558 

Mines and Mining, salaries 554 

Mining Recorders 557 

Mineral Display at Exhibitions . 558 
Moving Expenses of Officers and 

Officials 554 

Ottawa Agency 541 

Provincial Assay Office 554 

Quetico Provincial Park 561 

Refund of Fee, Mrs. B. Goulais... 559 
Removal Expenses, E. A. Collins.. 559 
Research Work, salaries, equip- 
ment and expenses 558 

Society, membership fees and sub- 
scriptions 559 

Surveys 551 

To provide for clerical work 559 

Travelling expenses, E. A. Ledoux 559 
Volunteer Veterans Land Grants. . 553 

Refunds— Crown Lands 564 



LIEUTENANT=GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 3 



LEGISLATION. 



Legislation : 

Allowance to Napier Robinson . . 49 
Bureau of Archives: 

Purchase of documents, ibooks, 

etc. 48 

Contingencies 48 

Clerks of Committees 43 

Contingencies, including stationery 
and equipment for Reporters ... 47 
*2 P.A. 



Legislation— Continued- 
Incidentals at direction of Mr. 

Speaker 49 

Indemnity to Members 47 

Legislative Committee for Art 

Purposes 49 

Legislative Library 45 

Newspapers and periodicals, sub- 
scriptions 47 



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LEGISLATION.— Continued. 



Legislation — Continued. page 

Postage and Cost of House Post 

Office 44 

Rental Electric Stamping Ma- 
chine 44 

Salaries 43 



Legislation — Continued. page 

Sessional Writers, Messengers and 

Pages 

Stationery, printing and binding 
and distribution of Statutes . . 
Sydere, A. H., books supplied Legis- 
lative Assembly 49 



43 



44 



Allowance to Miss E. Phillips 570 

Allowance to Alex. Fraser, Secre- 
tary to Lieut-Governor 570 

Allowance to W. W. Dunlop 570 

Annuities and Bonuses to Indians 569 
Bounties under Metal Refining Act 570 

Grants 569 

Gratuities 569 



MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES. 

Law Society Fees for Various 

Officials 570 

Medical Laboratory, Kingston 570 

Ontario Nickel Commission 570 

Payment to Judge C. E. Deroche. 570 

Payment to G. W. Powell 570 

Unforeseen and unprovided 569 



OFFICE OF PRIME MINISTER AND PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL. 



Civil Government : — 

Prime Minister's Office 



Executive Council Office 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. 



Civil Government:— 

Provincial Secretary's Department 
Provincial Board of Health . . 
Bureau of Municipal Affairs 

District Registrar's Fees 

Inspection Public Institutions 
Neglected Children's Branch 
Registrar-General's Branch . . 



28 
34 
37 
34 
29 
36 
32 



Hospitals and Charities: — 

Children's Aid Work 369 

General Hospitals 365 

Grants 368 

Hospital for Sick Children ...... 368 

Industrial Schools 368 

Maintenance of Patients in Muni- 
cipal Sanatoria 368 

Orphanages 368 

Refuges 367 

Public Institutions:— 

Allowance to Employees, Burwash 

Industrial Farm 265 

Allowance to S.S. No. 1, Twp. 

Guelph 263 

Allowance to S.S. and Town of 

Whitby 263 

Bailiffs : 

Salaries and expenses 263-264 

Board of Examiners, Training 

School for Nurses 264 

Brockville Hospital for Insane ... 162 
Canning Operations at Hospital for 

Insane, Hamilton 265 



182 
190 



200 
241 
241 



Public Institutions— Continued. 

Exhibit of Fruit and Grain at 

Canadian National Exhibition.. 265 
Gratuities to Inmates, Mercer Re- 
formatory 264 

Hamilton, Hospital for Insane .... 172 

Industrial Farm, Burwash 252 

Industrial Farm, Fort William . . 259 
Kingston, Hospital for Insane 
London, Hospital for Insane 
Mercer Reformatory for Females. 246 
Mercer Reformatory Industries . . 251 
Mimico Hospital for Insane . . . 
Ontario Reformatory, Guelph . 
Ontario Reformatory Industries 
Orillia, Hospital for Feeble-Minded 206 
Parole Commission, expenses of . . 264 
Penetanguishene, Hospital for In- 
sane 215 

Printing Examination Papers .... 263 
Railway fares and clothing, dis- 
charged prisoners 264 

Reception Hospital, Toronto 234 and 741 
Removal of patients to Hospitals. 263 
Removal Expenses (other than 

patients) 264 

Rent, fuel, etc., Med. Sup., Toronto 265 
Stationery and printing for Pub- 
lic Institutions 265 

Toronto Hospital for Insane 219 

do do Whitby 

Branch 228 

Woodstock Hospital for Epileptics 236 



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PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. -Continued. 



Miscellaneous: — page 

Board of License Commissioners . . 530 

Salaries and expenses 530 

Postage, stationery and contin- 
gencies 532 

Canada Temperance Act, enforcing 
of 532 

Deportation of Undesirable Immi- 
grants 530 

District Officers of Health: 

Salaries and expenses 536 

Grant to Ont. Municipal Associa- 
tion 537 

Maintenance of Laboratory 535 



Miscellaneous—Continued, page 

Maintenance and hire of auto . . . 534 
Medical Council and Association, 

fees for various Medical Officers 53C 
Neglected Children's Branch trav. 

expenses , 537 

Ontario Temperance Act 530 

Outbreaks of diseases, sanitary 

investigations, etc 534 

Public Health Exhibit 534 

Ronan, G. A., repairs to bicycle.. 537 
Sewage and Water Investigations. 532 

Special Investigations 530 

Tuberculosis Exhibit 533 



PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT. 



Civil Government: — 

Provincial Treasurer's Dept 25 

King's Printer Office 42 

Official Gazette 42 

Succession Duty Office 26 

Miscellaneous : — 

Allowance to daughter of late Col. 
C. J. Baldwin 529 

Allowance to Members, Board of 
Appeal, Moving Pictures 528 

Amusements Tax Act 524 

Board of Censors re Moving Pic- 
tures 527 

Brophy Estate, expenses adminis- 
tering 529 

Fidelity Bonds 525 



Miscellaneous,— Continued. 

Grant to Ontario Safety League . . 528 
Inspection Moving Picture 

Theatres 628 

Law Stamps 524 

Membership Fees in various asso- 
ciations 527 

Provincial Motion Picture Bureau. 529 

Stock Transfer Stamps 524 

Succession Duties, Legal Expenses, 

Valuations, etc 524 

Succession Duty, Consulting Ac- 
tuary 524 

Wolf Bounty 525 

Wolf Bounty, Tanning Wolf Skins 524 

Refunds— Succession Doty 565 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



Civil Government:— 

, Public Works Department 15 

Boiler Inspection. Branch 18 

Colonization Roads Branch 17 

Factory Inspection Branch 19 

Fish and Game Branch 23 

do do Sales Branch 24 

Labour Bureau 18 

Motor Vehicles Branch 23 

Public Highways Dept 21 

Stationary Engineers 20 

Trades and Labour Branch 17 

Colonization Roads 432-490 

Game and Fisheries:— 

Clothing for Officers of Patrol Ser- 
vice 512 

Erecting and repairing ponds, 

buildings, etc 512 

Purchase and repairs of boats . . . 511 

Rondeau Provincial Park 512 

do unpaid accounts, etc. 514 



Game and Fisheries— Continued. 

Sales Branch 515 

Erection of buildings and docks. 518 

Purchase of fish, equipment, etc. 515 
Purchase of horses, vehicles, 

boats, etc 518 

(Salaries, expenses and insurance 518 

Services and Expenses re Enforce- 
ment Ontario Game and Fish- 
eries Act 495 

Supplies for equipping hatcheries. 515 

Public Highways: — 

Automobile markers and supplies. 491 
Constables enforcing Motor Vehi- 
cles Act 491 

Fees for various Officials 492 

Good Roads, Model Exhibit 491 

Grant to Good Roads Association. 491 
Motor car and other equipment . . . 493 
Refunds, S. Bricker & W. Bennett 494 
Repairs, storage and transportation 
of machinery 491 



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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



Public Highways— Continued. page 
Road Surveys, Inspections, etc. . . . 492 
Special Grants in Aid of Road Con- 
struction 494 

Special Officer and Inspector of 

Agencies 491 

Special Constables 491 

Public Buildings:— 

Algoma District 400 

Brockville Hospital for Insane... 382 
Compensation for Workmen In- 
jured 407 

Fish Hatchery 407 

Hamilton, Hospital for Insane . . 382 

Hamilton, Normal School 395 

Horticultural Experimental Sta- 
tion, Jordan 398 

Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock. 393 

Industrial Farm, Burwash 404 

do Fort William . . 406 

Insurance 407 

Kenora District 400 

Kingston, Hospital for Insane .... 384 

London Hospital for Insane 385 

London Normal School 394 

Manitoulin District 401 

Mimico, Hospital for Insane 385 

Muskoka District 401 

Nipissing District 402 

North Bay Normal School 395 

Ontario Agricultural College 397 

Ontario Veterinary College 399 

Orillia Hospital for Feeble-Minded 387 

Ontario School for the Deaf 396 

Ontario School for the Blind 396 

Osgoode Hall 381 

Ottawa Normal and Model Schools 394 

Parliament Buildings 380 

Parry Sound District 402 

Penetang, Hospital for Insane .... 389 

Peterborough Normal School .... 395 

Rainy River District 403 

Stratford Normal School 395 

Sudbury District 403 

Temiskaming District 405 

Thunder Bay District 406 

Toronto, City of, Taxes 394 

Toronto Normal and Model Schools 393 

Training School, Sandwich 397 

Whitby, Hospital for Insane 389 

Public Works:— 

Anderson Creek Bridge 413 

Bagot Creek Bridge . _ 413 

Barrie Bridge 413 

Baysville Dam 413 

Beech Lake Bridge 414 

Bell's Bridge, Bangor 414 

Beggsboro Bridge 414 

Benn's Creek Bridge 414 

Berriedale Bridge 414 



Public Works— Continued. page 

Black Creek Bridge 414 

Blind River, Lower Bridge 414 

Brissette Bridge, Korah 415 

Brule Creek Bridge 415 

Buck Bridge 415 

Burris Bridge 415 

Byer's Creek Bridge 415 

Capreol Junction Bridge 415 

Carpenter Bridges 415 

Chedder Bridge 415 

Consta Creek Bridge 415 

Couderet Bridge 415 

C. Wall Bridge 416 

Crozier Creek Bridge 416 

Dawson Road Bridge 416 

Deer River Bridge, Wollaston 416 

Deux River Bridge 416 

Devlin Bridge 416 

Dutch Creek Bridge 417 

East Pine Bridge 417 

East Road Bridge 417 

Equipment, instruments, machin- 
ery, etc 417 

Finn Bridge 417 

First Concession Bridge, Wicklow. 417 

Front Bridge, Massey 417 

Gleasin River Bridge, Oxenden . . . 417 

Green's Creek Bridge, Sinclair 418 

Griffith's Bridge, Madawaska 418 

Hammer Creek Bridge 418 

Hill's Bridge 418 

Homes Bridges, Elzevir 418 

Kabuska Creek Bridge 418 

Kenora District Bridges 419 

Kilworthy Bridge 419 

Lambert's Bridge, Black River . . 419 

Lash Bridge, Front Road 419 

La Valle Bridge 419 

La Vasse Creek Bridge 419 

Le Clair Bridge, Black Donald 

Road 420 

Lily Creek Bridges, Mayo 420 

Little East Bridge 420 

Lockmasters, Bridge Tenders and 

Caretakers 408 

Long Lake Bridge, McClure 420 

Maintenance Locks, Dams and 

Bridges 409 

Manitoulin Bridges 420 

McCarrell's Bridge 420 

McNarr Bridge, Carp Creek 420 

Montgomery Bridge 420 

Moore's Falls Bridge 421 

Morley Bridge 421 

Morrison's Bridge 421 

Mud Creek Bridge 421 

North Seguin Bridge, Nipissing 

Road 421 

Oliver Bridge 421 

Old Man Creek Bridge 421 

Outlet Creek Bridge 421 

Papineau Bridge, Peterson Road . . 422 



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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



Public Works— Continued. page 

Parr Bridge 422 

Patton Bridges 422 

Pickerel Bridge, Bright 422 

Pinewood Bridge 422 

Pitch Creek Bridge, Marks 422 

Portlock Bridge, Block L 422 

Rawdon Bridge, Huntingdon 422 

Reid's Bridge, Limerick 423 

Restoule Bridge 423 

Root River Bridge 423 

Schutt Bridge, Raglan 423 

Second Line Bridge, Plummer . . . 423 
Second Concession Bridge, Bonfield 423 

Seguin Bridge, Christie 423 

Seventh Concession Bridge, Gra- 
ham 423 

Seventeenth Concession Bridge, 

Graham 423 

Sheffield Bridge 423 

Sideline Bridge, Chisholm 424 

Smith Bridge, Carp Creek 424 

Sproule & Ingram Bridges 424 

South River Bridge 424 

Stewart Bridge 424 

Sucker Creek Bridge, ^Humphrey. . 424 
Superintendent of Public Works.. 408 

Surveys and Inspections 424 

Tarbut Bridge, Shewfelt Creek . . 425 

Temagami Bridge 425 

Temiskaming Bridges 425 

Third Line Bridge, Orillia 426 

Thirteenth Concession Bridge, 

Vespra 426 

Tudor Bridge (3) 426 

Tudor and Cashel Bridges 426 

To purchase rubber boots 426 

Veuve Bridge, Caldwell 426 

Wages and Expenses, Supervising 

Foreman 427 

Widdifield Bridges (2) 427 

Willow Creek Bridge, Vespra .... 427 
Worthington Bridge 427 

Drainage Works:— 

Algoma District Road Drainage . . 427 

East iSimcoe Road Drainage 427 

Fourth Concession Road Drainage, 

Amabel 427 

Horseshoe Creek Drain 428 

Kenora District Road Drainage . . 428 



Manitoulin 
Muskoka 
Nipissing 
Parry Sound 
Rainy River 
Sturgeon Falls 
Sudbury 
Temiskaming 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 



Miscellaneous:— page 

Trades and Labour Branch 428 

Ontario Government. Employment 
Bureau 429 



Repairs and Maintenance: — 

Government House 370-372 

Salaries and repairs to grounds 370 
Repairs and contingencies .... 371 

Telephone service 372 

Uniforms for messengers 372! 

Water, fuel, light and power . . 371. 
Parliament and Departmental 

Buildings 372-377 

Allowance to G. Forrester 372 

Caretakers of grounds 373 

Electric power, light and gas . . 373 
Fire protection, including cloth- 
ing 377 

Flowers, shrubs and plants .... 377 

Furniture and furnishings 376 

do do unpaid 

accounts, 1916-17 375 

Ground rent, No. 5 Queen's Park 377 
do No. 15 Queen's Park 377 
do No. 17 Queen's Park 377 

Interior alterations 376 

do unpaid accts., 1916-17 375, 
Painting inside and outside 

works 377 

Rental, MacLean Building 377 

Repairs and cleaning of build- 
ings 373 

Salaries 372 

Supplies and tools for engine 

room 373 

Telephone service 377 

Uniforms for messengers and 

attendants 377 

Vault fittings and shelving 376 

Water and fuel 373 

Osgoode Hall ■ . 377-378 

Salaries 377 

Cleaning building 378 

Fuel, light and water v . . 378 

Furniture and incidentals 378 

Telephone and telegraph service 378 

Uniforms for messengers 378 

Government Buildings 378-379 

Salaries '378 

Contingencies 380 

Purchase, repairs, etc., of auto- 
mobiles ...;.... 379 



Temiskaming: and Northern Ontario 
Railway Commission 571 



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No. 1 



INDEX 



REFUNDS 

PAGE 

Amusements Tax 568 

Education 562 

Lands, Forests and Mines 564 

Land Improvement Fund 569 

Miscellaneous 567 

Succession Duty 565 

RJ3.0. 1914, cap. 126, sec. 148 569 



PAGE 

C. Lunny, Moving Picture License . . 569 

F. W. Porte, Moving Picture License 569 

McMullen and Lee 569 

H. C. Cox 566 

F. McGibbon & Son 565 

F. H. Philp 563 

Hays Stationery Co 563 



SPECIAL WARRANTS. 



War Expenditures: — 

Advertising re Foodstuffs 643 

Aero Club of Canada, for library, 
grant 653 

Athletic Goods, purchase and dis- 
tribution of 619 

Balfour, Right Hon. A. J., expenses 
re entertainment of 660 

Belgian Relief Fund, Canadian 
Branch, grant 618 

Belgian Relief Fund, Ontario 
Branch, grant G48 

Butcher, N. R., & Co., to carry on 
work of Jno. Agnew 643 

Byron Tuberculosis Sanitarium, 
London, grant 645 

Calendars, purchase and distribu- 
tion of €45 

Campaign to increase production of 
Foodstuffs 619 

Canadian Aviation Fund, grant.. 645 

Canadian Patriotic Fund, grant . . 618 

Employment Bureau 643 

Establishing seed .potato industry 
in Northern Ontario 664 

Expenses re entertainment visiting 
units 653 

Farm Help, campaign 645 

Farm Tractors, purchase of 619 

Flax Production, services and ex- 
penses 652 

Fort William Patriotic Fund, grant 618 

Freight charges, re soldiers' com- 
forts 652 

Gifts to the British Navy, relief to 
the Belgians, etc 612 

Grants in aid of recruiting 618 

Grant to R. Reid and J. M. Clark re 
Soldiers' Comforts 653 

Grant to R. Reid in lieu of per 
diem allowances 652 

Great War Veterans' Association, 
grant 619 

Great War Veterans' Association, 
reception and entertainment .... 653 

Guards protecting Public Buildings, 
services of 618 

Halifax disaster, grant 660 

Halifax disaster, purchase of sup- 
plies for sufferers 660 

Harris, R. C, re Provincial Fuel 
Problem 666 

Hogs, production campaign 645 



War Expenditures— Continued. 

Independent Patriotic Fund, Lin- 
coln, grant 618 

Kenora Patriotic War Fund, grant. 618 

Khaki Club (West End), grant ... 653 

Maintenance Ontario Military Hos- 
pital, Orpington 617 

Maple Leaf Clubs, grants 618 

Military Hospital for War Pur- 
poses, Orpington 616 

Mountain Sanatarlum for Tubercu- 
losis, grant 645 

Navy League of Canada, Ontario 
Branch, grant 645 

Orillia Patriotic Fund, grant 617 

Organization of Resources Com- 
mittee 618 

Potatoes for seed from New Bruns- 
wick 664 

Preston Patriotic Fund Association, 
grant 618 

Purchase and distribution of ath- 
letic goods 619 

Secours Nationale, Ontario Branch 
grant 645 

Seed Grain, expenses re purchase 
of 649 

Semi-Centennial Celebration of Con- 
federation 662 

Serbian Relief Committee, grant. . . 649 

Services Geo. Lyon, caretaker N. S., 
Hamilton 653 

Sheep raising, services and ex- 
penses 654 

Smith, R. Home, re Provincial Fuel 
Problem 665 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 65 G 

Soldiers' Comforts, freight charges 652 

Soldiers' Comforts, grant to R. Reid 
and J. M. Clark 653 

Soldiers' Comforts, purchase of 618, 645 

To indemnify banks for money ad- 
vanced for purchase of seed grain 649 

Travelling libraries for military 
camps 654 

Vegetable Seeds, purchase, insur- 
ance charges, etc 66-6 

Women's Patriotic League, grants 648 

Other Expenditures:— 

Agents' salaries and disbursements 660 
Algoma Central and Hudson Bay 
Railway 663 



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a!5 



N DEX 



SPECIAL WARRANTS.— Continued. 



Other Expenditures— Continued. page 
Burk's Falls, Public 'School Board 666 
Burwash Industrial Farm, dis- 
bursements 1916-17 664 

Challoner, F. S., painting " Fathers 

of Confederation " 664 

Chisholm, W. I., salary 665 

Cochrane, Town of, grant 660 

Code, R. G., legal services 666 

Co-operative handling of wool 663 

Creelman, Dr. G. C, expenses re 

visit to Great Britain 665 

District of Nipissing 661 

Empire Day pamphlet 665 

Expenses re purchase, transporta- 
tion and distribution of live stock 

feeds, etc 665 

Field Crop Improvement, expenses 

and equipment 666 

Films, purchase of, re agricultural 

work 655 

Films furnished Ontario Reforma- 
tory and Burwash Farm 659 

Fire Ranging, unpaid accounts, 

1916-17 661 

Garage, Osgoode Hall 663 

Government House — 

Water, fuel and light J661 

Repairs 661 

Ham, Dr. Albert, supervising in- 
stallation of new pipe organ 665 

Horticultural Experimental Station, 
purchase of land 660 

Hamilton, Hospital for Insane, new 
boiler house 661 

Howe, Margaret, services and ex- 
penses 666 

•Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 654 

Ingall, E. E., services and expenses 665 

Installation of ice-plant, No. 5 

Queen's Park 660 

t Industrial Farm, Burwash 664 

Jackson, Lewis, & Co., Ltd., recon- 
struction of buildings, Mercer Re- 
formatory 660 

Jackson, Lewis, & Co., Ltd., recon- 
struction of buildings, 999 Queen 
St. West 660 

Leavitt, C. W., landscape engineer, 
to pay claim of 660 

London Hospital for Insane, recon- 
struction of 'buildings 659 



Other Expenditures — Continued. page 

Merchandise contracted for by Mer- 
cer Reformatory 659 

Munro, Mrs. C. L., amount due late 
W. H. Munro 664 

McGilvray, Dr. C. D., transporta- 
tion and living expenses 666 

O. A. College, repairs to steam 
boiler 660 

O. A. College, sewage disposal plant 661 

Ontario School for Blind, balance 
due re pipe organ 665 

Ontario School for Blind, musical 
instruments 665 

Ontario School for Deaf, purchase 
of tractor 666 

Orillia Hospital for Feeble-Minded, 
kitchen and laundry 661 

Ottawa Separate School Case, legal 
services 664, 665 

Parliament Buildings: 

Electric light and power 661 

Furnishings 661 

Parsons, A. L., services and ex- 
penses 665 

Payne, Chas., engineer N. S., Peter- 
boro 666 

Public School Board, Burk's Falls 666 

Purchase 27 Lamoureaux St., Ham- 
ilton 664 

Purchase 44 and 46 Richmond St. 
W., Toronto 666 

Purchase of No- 17 Queen's Park. . 662 

Radcliffe, S. J., services and other 
expenses 666 

Repairs to steam boiler, O. A. Col- 
lege -, 660 

Royal Ontario Nickel Commission 660 

South Porcupine buildings and 
equipment 664 

•Spanish influenza epidemic, ex- 
penses 667 

Stone Crusher, purchase and opera- 
tion of 665 

Surplus Fees, County of Elgin and 
City of St. Thomas 663 

Tasse, H., compensation for prop- 
erty lost in fire 664 

Toronto Hospital for Insane, re- 
pairs 662 

Travelling expenses incurred by 
persons directed by Provincial 
Secretary 663, 667 



Statement of Outstanding Accountable Warrant . Returns * 745 

Stationery Office 667 



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No. 1 



INDEX. 



STATUTORY EXPENDITURES. 



PAGE 

Adamson, Peter, Memorial Scholar- 
ship 577 

Advancement of Settlement and Col- 
onization and Assistance of Settlers 598 

Annuities 574 

Annuity to Lady Whitney 578 

Bequest to Gait Hospital 577 

Common School Fund 574 

Civil Service Commissioner 579 

Criminal Investigations, R.S.O. Cap. 

23, sec. 18 582 

Distribution to Municipalities under 

Corporations Tax Act 574 

District Officers of Health 583 

Drainage Debentures, Tile 579 

Drainage Debentures, Municipal .... 579 
Encouragement and Assistance of Ag- 
riculture and Reforestation, New 

Liskeard Creamery 599 

Estate late G. C. D. Brophy 578 

Glackmeyer, F. J., grant 578 

Government Loans 575 

Improvement Public Highways 580 

Interest Assurance Fund, Land Titles 

Act 57S 

Loans and Advances to Settlers 605 

Metal Refining Bounty Act 578 

Municipal Sinking Funds 575 



PAGET 

Northern Development Branch: — 
Making New Roads in N. & N.W. 

Ontario 585 

Advances to Settlers 605 

Seed Grain 599 

Advancement of Settlement and 

Colonization 59S 

Returned Soldiers' Land Settle- 
ment Act 600 

Ontario Highways Act 580" 

Railway Subsidy 572 

Refunds Timber Dues, Municipalities 579 

RegistraMxeneral's Printed Forms.. 578 

Royal Ontario Museum 574 

Salaries of Ministers and Auditor . . . 575 

Salaries not provided for 579 

Settlers' Loan Commission 605 

Sheriffs, to make up income 578 

Superannuation Act, Teachers and In- 
spectors 583 

Sydere, A. H., grant 578 

Toronto and Hamilton Highway Com- 
mission 578 

University of Toronto (Succession 

Duty) 574 

University of Toronto, 60 Vic, cap. 9 574 
University of Toronto, Royal Ontario 

Museum 574 

Workmen's Compensation Commis- 
sion 606 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



al? 



Statement giving the Names of Officials who drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1918. 



Name. 


Page. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Aikens, T. W 


7 
9 

101 

• 109 

109 

37 
554 

15 
372 

99 
107 

27 
523 

7 
9 

15 
372 

138 
138 

15 
372 

219 
234 
264 * 

35 
286 

127 
127 

38 
334 

96 
114 

101 
109 
109 

335 
41 

334 
42 

4 
4 

102 
42 
41 


$ c. 

1,150 00 

50 00 


$ c. 


do 






1,200 00 


Anglin, R. W 


2,900 00 
250 00 
150 00 


do 




do 






3,300 00 


Bailey, C. F 

do 


3,000 00 
600 00 




3,600 00 


Bennett, J 


50 00 
1 , 100 00 


do 






1,150 00 


Bennett, J. M 


1 ,991 66 
100 00 




2,091 66 


Brown, G. A. 

do 


2,200 00 
150 00 




2,350 00 


Brown, Norman A 


1 ,500 00 
150 00 


do 






1 ,650 00 




75 00 
1 ,100 00 

2,400 00 
250 00 


do 




Carson, W. 

do 


1,175 00 




2,650 00 


Carter, Wm 


75 00 
1,100 00 

1,600 00 
500 00 
100 00 


do 




Clare, H 


1,175 00 


do 




do 






2,200 00 


Connell, W. T 


700 00 
500 00 


do 






1,200 00 


Cottle, E. M 


1,000 00 
131 25 


do 






1,131 25 


Creelman, G. C 


1 .700 00 
3,000 00 


do 






4 ,700 00 


Cringan, A. T 

do 


300 00 
1,880 00 




2,180 00 


Croskery, R A 


2.500 00 
250 00 
150 00 






do 






2,900 00 


Crow, J. W 


2,200 00 
52 00 


* do 






2,252 00 




800 00 
100 00 

2,300 00 

200 00 


* do 




Currey, M 


900 00 


do '. 






2,500 00 




150 40 

300 00 

3,300 01 


* do 




* do 






3,750 41 



* Paid out of Federal Subsidy for Agriculture. 



al8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


. 


No. 1 


Statement giving the Names of Officials who drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1918— (Continued). 


Name. 


Page. 


Amount. 


Total. 



Day, W. H. , 
do 
do 

♦ do 

Dean, H. H. 

* do 



Dunlop, W. W. 
do 
do 



Dymond, A. M. 
do 
do 



Eagle, D. M. 
do 



Edwards, C. H. 
do 



Elliott, 0. ... 
do 
do 
do 

Emery, C. . . 
do 

Faulds, E. A. 
do 



Fleury, J. 
do 
do 
do 



Finn, J. P. 
do 



Forrester, G. 
do 

Fraser, Alex, 
do 



Fulmer, H. L. 
* do 



Gibson, A. L. 
* do 



Glackmeyer, F. J. 
do 



Godson, T. E. 
do 



Goggin, D. 
do 
do 



335 

520 

522 

41 

335 
41 

29 
264 
570 

43 
161 
523 

93 
132 

94 
131 

528 
528 
528 
528 

118 
118 

7 
9 

131 

118 

103 

94 

99 
107 

15 
372 

43 
570 

335 
41 

335 
41 

43 

578 

554 
558 

42 
109 
136 



$ c. 

2,400 00 

50 00 

65 00 

94 50 



2,600 00 
132 00 



3,000 00 
500 00 
350 00 



4,100 00 

500 00 

1,312 00 



300 00 
2,300 00 



300 00 
2,300 00 



1 ,700 00 
300 00 
300 00 
100 00 



1,000 00 
150 00 


1,800 00 
100 00 



1,000 00 
810 00 
130 10 
272 00 



2,333 33 
100 00 


1,100 00 
200 00 


2,500 00 
1,400 00 


1,900 00 
109 00 


1,500 00 
109 00 


2,000 00 
1,000 00 


4,500 00 
1,275 00 


400 00 

200 00 

3,000 00 " 



♦Paid out of Federal Subsidy for Agriculture 



$ c. 

2,609 50 
2,732 00 

3,850 00 

5,912 00 
2,600 00 
2,600 00 

2,400 00 
1,150 00 
1 ,900 00 

2,212 10 
2,433 33 
1,300 00 
3,900 00 
2,009 00 
1,609 00 
3,000 00 
5,775 00 

3,600 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



al9 



Statement giving the Names of Officials who drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1918— (Continued). 



Name. 



Page. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Graham, R. R. 
* do 



Greene, T. J. 
do 



Greer, Wm. 
do 



Griffiths, W. N. 
do 



Grigg, A 

do 

Harcourt, R. . 
* do 

Hartley, John 
do 

Heaton, B. P. 
do 

Hoag, J. P. 
do 



Howitt, J. E. 
* do 



Humphreys, J. R. 
do 
do 



Hunt, W. 
* do 



Ingall, E. E. 
do 
do 
do 
do 

James, C. W. 
do 

Jennings, A. 
do 

Jones, D. H. . 
* do 

Jones, F. A. 
do 
do 

Jones, J. E. . 
do 

Kaine, J. M. 
do 



Keyes, S. J. 
do 



■ 

335 

41 

7 
9 

62 
524 

7 
9 

9 

585 

335 
41 

94 
132 

520 
521 

99 
103 

335 
41 

7 

9 

161 

335 
41 

94 

99 

103 

125 



7 
161 

7 
9 

335 
42 

118 
118 
103 

99 
107 

94 
131 

104 
114 



$ c. 

1,700 00 

100 00 



1,700 00 
100 00 



2,300 00 
200 00 



1,219 00 
50 00 



4,200 00 
400 00 



2,600 00 
146 50 



300 00 
2,300 00 



3,883 33 
200 00 



3,050 00 
165 70 



2,299 00 
170 00 



2, 400 00 
300 00 
459 65 



1,200 00 
237 75 



244 00 

117 00 

87 20 

1,306 00 

1,381 85 



2,300 00 
700 00 



700 00 
50 00 



2,100 00 
80 00 



1,615 12 

1,066 00 

250 40 



2,333 33 
100 00 



300 00 
2,300 00 



96 80 
2,760 00 



* Paid out of Federal Subsidy for Agriculture. 



$ c. 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
2,500 00 
1,269 00 
4,600 00 
2,746 50 
2,600 00 
4,083 33 
3,215 70 
2,469 00 

3, 159 65 
1,437 75 

3,136 05 

3,000 00 

750 00 

2,180 00 

2,931 52 
2,433 33 
2,600 00 
2,856 80 



a20 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



Statement giving the Names of Officials who drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1918— (Continued). 



Name. 



Page. 


Amount. 


Total. 




$ c. 


$ c. 


99 


2,499 98 




107 


66 60 




104 


190 80 




41 


591 68 


3,349 06 




99. 


2,275 00 




107 


100 00 


2,375 00 




133 


3,400 00 




104 


371 00 


3,771 00 




42 


750 00 




53 


2,900 00 




53 


600 00 


4,250 00 




118 


2,210 89 




118 


200 00 


2,410 89 




25 


2,300 00 




25 


200 00 




528 


300 00 


2,800 00 




96 


137 45 




104 


63 00 




109 


300 00 




143 


3,900 00 


4,400 45 




334 


1,000 00 




42 


100 00 


1,100 00 




96 


300 00 




123 


3,400 00 




105 


95 90 


3,795 90 




554 


1,700 00 




559 


25 00 


1,725 00 




114 


1,880 00 




115 


100 00 




115 


100 00 


2,080 00 




32 


4,500 00 




34 


300 00 


4,800 00 




20 


2,150 00 




20 


420 00 


2,570 00 




29 


2,700 00 




99 


250 00 




264 


100 00 


3,050 00 


172 


1,700 00 


264 


100 00 


1,800 00 


334 


650 00 


42 


50 00 


700 00 


7 


2,200 00 


9 


100 00 


2,300 00 


96 


252 00 


121 


1,880 00 


2.132 00 



Leake, A. H. 

do 

do 
* do 

Lee, W. J. . 
do 

Levan, I. M. 
do 

Mallon, J. W. 
do 
do 

Mark, C. E. 
do 



Matthews, C. A. 
do 
do 



Merchant, F. W. 
do 
do 
do 



Montgomery, M. 
* do 

Morgan, S. A. . 
do 
do 



Morris, W. H. 
do 



Mustard, T. 
do 
do 



McCullough, J. W. S. 
do 



McGhie, W. C. 
do 



MacMurchy, H. 
do 
do 



McNaughton, P. 
do 



Odroskie, M. * 
* do 



Paull, A. C. 
do 

Pickles, S. 
do 



* Paid out of Federal Subsidy for Agriculture. 



1917-18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 


a21 


Statement giving the Names of Officials who drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1918. 


Name. 


Page. Amount. 


Total. 



Prendergast, W. 
do 



Putnam, J. H. 
do 



Radcliffe, S. J. 
do 
do 
do 



Rattray, A. J. 
do 



Richer, F. 
do 



Robinson, Napier 
do 
do 



Rogers, Jos. B. 
do 
do 



Seath, John 
do 
do 

Slatter, A. . 
do 

Slaughter, L. 
do 

Small, H. C. 
do 



Soady, C. 
do 



Sorsoliel, M. A. 
do 



Spotton, H. B. 
do 
do 



Springer, S. 
* do 



Squirrell, W. J. 
* do 



Stone, R. E. 
* do 



Sutherland, H. 
do 



Sydere, A. H. 
do 



105 
114 

96 
161 

96 
121 
105 
666 

27 
27 

94 
131 

43 
48 
49 

62 

64 

519 

7 

9 

109 

121 
121 

123 
123 

6 
6 

114 
611 

114 
115 

109 
133 

584 

334 

42 

335 
42 

335 
42 

7 
9 

43 

578 



$ c. 
97 50 
2,760 00 



300 00 
485 00 



300 00 

2,833 32 

80 60 

566 67 



2,500 00 
200 00 

272 00 
1,075 00 


400 00 

1,017 25 

326 00 



3,200 
300 
500 

4,500 
250 
500 



500 
56 



00 

25 



950 
250 



2,800 
200 

1,350 
201 

2,094 
200 

150 

2,833 

166 



00 
00 

00 

00 

76 

00 

00 
32 

66 



2,400 
100 

2,100 
152 



1,700 
186 



543 
50 

2,800 
1,000 



$ c. 
2,857 50 
785 00 

3,780 59 
2,700 00 
1,347 00 

1,743 25 

4,000 00 

5,250 00 
556 25 
1,200 00 
3T.000 00 
1,551 00 
2,294 76 

3,149 98 
2,500 00 
2,252 50 
1,886 00 
593 46 
3,800 00 



* Paid out of Federal Subsidy for Agriculture. 



a22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



Statement giving the Names of Officials who Drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1918 



Name. 


Page. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Toole, W 

* do 


335 
42 

51 
51 

114 
110 

94 

94 

97 

106 

109 

121 
121 

7 
9 

335 
42 


$ c. 

1,500 00 

241 50 


$ c. 
1,741 50 
1,050 00 
2,600 00 

4,329 50 

575 00 

2,300 00 

3,081 00 


Walker, R. A 

do 


1,000 00 
50 00 


Walks, R. H 

do 


2,500 00 
100 00 


Waugh, John 

do 

do 

, do 

do 


175 00 
300 00 
3,400 00 
154 50 
300 00 


Westervelt, J. W 

do 


500 00 
75 00 


Woodley, F. L 

do 


2,000 00 
300 00 


Zavitz, C. A 

* do 


3,000 00 
81 00 


. 





*Paid out of Federal Subsidy for Agriculture. 



Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board dated the lbth day of February, 
A.D. 1919. 

Upon consideration of the Eeport of the Honourable the Provincial Treasurer, 
dated the 18th day of February, A.D. 1919, the Treasury Board doth hereby 
order that pursuant to the provisions of Subsection 1 of Section 32, of " The Audit 
Act," Cap. 23, R.S.O. 1914, Statement No. 1 in the Public Accounts of Receipts 
and Payments for the year ended 31st October, 1918, be published in the Public 
Accounts as set forth therein. 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPRfiOL, 

Cleric, Treasury Board. 



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No. 2. 
STATEMENT OF BANK BALANCES, 31st OCTOBER, 1918. 





• 


$ c. 


$ 0. 


Current Balance. 


British North America < 


17,679 31 
42,374 62 
47,063 19 

1,445 66 
13,185 36 
28,786 28 
30,671 32 
16,915 75 
19,779 42 
990,492 71 

8,706 12 

9,448 17 
45,903 92 
18,342 68 

6,892 23 

937 33 

22,551 44 

74,069 34 






Commerce 






Dominion 






Farmers * 






Hamilton 






Home 






Imperial 






Merchants 






Molsons 






.Montreal '. 






Nova Scotia 






Ottawa 






Royal 






Standard 






Sterling 






Toronto 






Union 






Montreal, Carlton Street Branch 






British North ^America 


1,395,244 85 


Special Deposits . 


25,000 00 

500,000 00 

50,000 00 

25,000 00 

1,050,000 00 

175,000 00 

175,000 00 

650,000 00 

25,000 00 

50,000 00 

700,000 00 

175,000 00 

25,000 00 

50,000 00 

125,000 00 


Commerce 

Dominion 

Farmers 

Home 

Imperial 

Merchants 


- 




Montreal 






Molsons 






Nova Scotia 






Ottawa 






Royal 

Standard 

Toronto 

Union 


3,800,000 0O 




Less balance of Federal Subsidy for Agri- 
culture deposited to Special Account .... 








5,195,244 85 
33,678 03 




Less balance of Reception Hospitals for 
Insane Fund 








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4,008 75 












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a32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 


No. 1 


No. 4. 

Statement of Revenue of the Department of Lands, Forests and Mines for 

the year ended October 31st, 1918 


Service. 


$ c. 


$ c. $ c. 



Land Collections. 



Crown Landb- 
Agricultural . 
Townsites . . . 



Mining Sales 

Clergy Lands 

Common School Lands 
Grammar School Lands 
University Lands , 



Rent — 
Mining Leases 
Temagami Leases 



Crown Leases 

Sand and Gravel Royalty . . 
, , , , Rentals . . 

Water Powers 

Algonquin Provincial Park 



Miners' Licenses 

Permits 

Recording Fees . 



Supplementary Revenue — 

Acreage Tax 

Profit Tax 

Gas Tax 



Woods and Forests- 

Bonus 

Timber Dues 

Ground Rent 

Transfer Fees 

Fire Protection 



Provincial Assay Fees 

Casual Fees 

Cullers' Fees 

Forest Reserve Guides' Fees 



Algonquin Provincial Park 
Quetico Provincial Park. . . 



Sale of Provincial Ore 



Refunds — 

Forest Ranging 

Fire Ranging 

Surveys 

Algonquin Park Cleaning Right-of-way 

Contingencies 

Colonization 

Agents' Salaries 

Insurance 

Mines and Mining 

Advertising 

Mining Recorders 

Forest Reserves 

Mineral Display at Exhibitions 



45,748 83 
4,504 70 



355 40 
7,341 97 

288 00 
1,417 31 



14,009 15 
1,064 65 



19,628 53 
29,464 21 

3,469 66 
15,016 68 

1,121 50 



24,035 60 

945 00 

27,291 26 



29.301 62 

863,547 75 

26,359 43 



722 35 

976 00 

80 00 

130 00 



17,982 93 
1 00 



50,253 53 
33,535 58 



9,402 68 



15,073 80 



68,700 58 



52,271 86 



919.208 80 



679,304 17 

795,004 08 

87,263 93 

4,740 00 

189,773 07 



1,908 35 



17,983 93 
1,384 53 



33,381 77 

1,930 15 

1,161,70 

1,117 61 

246 43 

207 57 

155 80 

59 15 

47 50 

25 00 

11 44 

4 75 

4 00 



93,191 79 



83,774 38 



971,480 66 



1,756,085 25 



21,276 81 



38,352 87 



$2,964 161 76 



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a33 



No. 5. 

EDUCATIONAL REVENUE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1918. 

Statement of Receipts of the Department of Education for the year 
ending 31st October, 1918. 



Sub-department. 


Particulars. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Provincial Model Schools: 
Toronto and Ottawa . . 


Fees from Model and Kindergarten Pupils 
Examination Fees and Appeals 


$ c. 


$ c. 
16,612 15 
29,043 03 


Departmental Exams. . . . 




Spring and Summer 
Schools 


Fees from students 




370 00 


Superannuated Teachers 


Subscriptions, 1918 




29 00 


Public Institutions 


Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford — 
Fees of Pupils, Sales, etc 

Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville — 
Fees of Pupils, Sales, etc 


2,818 66 
3,751 21 






Sale of School Acts, Manuals, Waste Paper, 
etc 


6,569 87 


Miscellaneous 


2,145 17 

8,391 79 

38 27 








Refunds 






<< 


10,575 23 












63,199 28 



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a34 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 6. 
Statement of Revenue from Agriculture during Fiscal Year Ended October 31st, 1918. 



Ontario Agricultural College: — 

Board 

Tuition and laboratory fees 

Chemical analyses 

Rent of rooms 

Rent of ^cottages 

Rent of post-office boxes 
Supplemental examinations 

Fines and breakages 

Sundries 



Macdonald Institute and Hall: — 

Board 

Tuition 

Supplemental examinations . 
Fines and breakages 



Farm Department: — 

Sale of cattle 

Sale of pigs 

Sale of sheep 

Sale ol' milk 

Sale of produce . . 

Sale of wool 

Service of animals 
Sundries 



Field Husbandry Department: 
Sale of mangel seed 



Dairy Department: — 

Sale of cheese 

Sale of butter 

Sale of ice cream 

Sale of cream 

Sale of milk 

Sale oi skim-milk and buttermilk 

Rent 

Sundries 



Dairy School: — 

Sale of cheese 

Sale of ice cream 

Sale of cream 

Sale of milk 

Sale of skim-milk and buttermilk 
Sundries 



Poultry Department: — 

Sale of live poultry 

Sale of dressed poultry 

Sale of eggs for hatching . . . 
Sale of eggs for domestic use 
Sundries 



Horticulture Department: — 
Sale of fruit and vegetables 
Sale of horse 



Apiculture Department:- 
Sale of honey 



973 15 
459 50 

49 50 
124 00 
255 00 

37 00 

50 00 
222 70 
162 58 



13.940 80 

7,000 00 

16 00 

241 81 



10,937 73 

4,349 96 

15 00 

2,605 09 

1,573 89 

290 62 

229 00 

25 59 



1,233 57 

77 76 

43 30 
344 71 

21 00 
324 32 
240 00 

11 21 



224 23 

39 10 

160 87 

5 00 

110 13 

7 36 



1,505 25 
1,985 71 
2,786 14 
3,325 11 
30 21 



1,520 35 
100 00 



$ c. 



32,333 43 



21,204 61 



20,036 88 
1,243 50 



2,295 87 



1,546 69 



9,632 42 

1,620 35 
101 25 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a35 



No. 6 
Statement of Revenue from Agriculture.— Concluded. 



Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch: — 

Subvention for seed fairs 

Subvention for vegetable competitions 

Sale of grain, Guelph, Toronto and Ottawa fairs 

Sale of grain, Kemptville 

Refund field crop competition grant 

Refunds on judges' railway fares 

Refunds for services of judges at fairs 

Refund of warrant, 1917 — J. A. Couse 

Live Stock Branch: — 

Stallion enrolment fees 

Sale of ram 

Ontario Veterinary College: — 

Fees 

Dairy Branch: — 

:S-ale of produce, Eastern Dairy School 

Dairy inspections — sale of butter 

Dairy inspection — sale of butter-boxes 

Institutes Branch: — 

Refund of Warrant, 1917— J. N. Munro 

Fruit Branch: — 

Sale of fruit 

Fees from treatment of bees 

Demonstration Farm: — 

Sale of produce and stock 

District Representatives: — 

Refund of warrant, 1917— G. W. Collins 

do do W. H. Smith 

do do A. P. MacVannel 

do do G. R. Green 

Refund of rent 

Sale of potatoes 

Sale of typewriter 

Refund re auto, damages 

Duplicate payment 

do do 

Incidentals: — 

Refund of warrant, 1917— J. Coke 

Special Warrants: — 
Sheep raising: — 

Refund of warrant, 1917— R. H. Harding 

do do R. M. Tipper 

do do J. L. Doughty 

do do A. A. Knight 

do do J. C. Steckley 

do do G. R. Green 

War Relief: — 

Sale of fruit 

Sale of material 

Refund of warrant, 1917— W. F. Kydd ........... 

do do W. L. Hamilton 

Hogs: — 

Sale of hogs 

Potatoes: — 
Sale of potatoes 



$ c. 


13,773 34 


974 65 


247 97 


130 35 


50 00 


796 70 


5,001 00 


4 85 


4,107 50 


45 00 


5,970 98 


12,771 38 


61 30 


5,618 93 


33 65 


150 00 


150 00 


150 00 


150 00 


60 00 


4 50 


10 00 


17 85 


95 


14 38 


5 10 


114 31 


272 49 


134 99 


750 00 


763 86 


6,898 97 


765 47 


1,000 00 


200 00 


417 00 


4,603 56 





$ c. 



20,978 86 

4,152 50 
4,392 00 



18,803 66 
100 00 

5,652 58 
3,125 13 



707 68 
27 03 



15,925 75 
163,880 19 



a36 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 7. 

Statement of Revenue Received from Game and Fisheries during the year ended 

October 31st, 1918. 



Game. 



$ c. 



$ c. 



Rondeau Park 

Royalty Coupons (Beaver and Otter). 

Trappers' Licenses 

Non-resident Hunting Licenses 

Resident Deer Licenses 

Resident Moose Licenses 

Fur Dealers' Licenses 

Game Dealers' Licenses 

Hotel and Restaurant Licenses 

Cold Storage Licenses 

Guides' Licenses 

Fines 

Sales (Furs, etc,) 



Total Game, 



Fisheries. 



Fishing Licenses. 
Angling Permits, 

Fines 

Sales 



Total Fisheries 

SALES BRANCH 



Sale of Fish, etc. 



Total, 



2,551 31 

27,308 60 

24,002 32 

7,961 63 

31,698 82 

8,566 15 

5,837 75 

623 00 

346 00 

126 00 

930 00 

6,978 88 

4,230 92 



119,773 73 

14,063 22 

2, 480 58 

1,192 71 



121,161 38 



137,510 24 



235,028 15 
493,699 77 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a37 



No. 8. 

Statement of Receipts of the Provincial Secretary's Department during the fiscal 
year ended October 31st, 1918. 



From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Provincial Secretary's Depart- 
ment 


Letters Patent, Licenses, etc 


102,510 75 

25,946 60 

1,560 02 

1,370 00 






Companies' Returns 






By-laws, Copies and Searches 

Commissions 






Hospital for Insane, Brockville 

Hamilton 


131,387 37 


Public Institutions Branch . . . 


42,148 30 
68,185 44 
24,578 71 
69,806 39 
29,615 44 
22,459 16 

4,251 33 
52,241 54 
31,312 24 
24,143 50 

3,989 76 
84,879 08 

3,010 22 

328,000 00 

25,000 00 

10,204 02 

8,014 99 
31,250 00 




Kingston 






" " London . . . . 






" " Mimico 






Hospital for Feeble Minded, Orillia 

Hospital for Insane, Penetanguishene . . 
Toronto 






" Whitby 






Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock 

Mercer Reformatory, Toronto 


-s 


, 


" " Industries, Toronto 
Ontario Reformatory, Guelph 






Industries, Guelph. 
Mimico Clay Plant, Mimico 






Industrial Farm, Burwash 






" Fort William 

Rental of Whitby Hospital 




License Branch 


Licenses 


863,090 12 
213,709 44 


Registrar General's Branch . . 


Record Office— Searches and Certifi- 
cates of Births, Marriages and Deaths 
Marriage Licenses 


52,433 24 

58.652 79 

2,953 15 




Biological Products 






Fees 


114,039 18 
180 00 


Private Hospitals 




Provincial Registrar 


Fees 


• 


459 70 




Total 








1,322,865 81 









a38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 



No. 9. 

DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE. 

Receipts for the Year Ending October 31st, 1918 

Ontario Insurance Act:— 

Insurance Companies Register $32,850 00 

Friendly Societies Register 1,091 00 

Miscellaneous 27, 420 31 

61,361 31 

Loan and Trust Corporations Act:— 

Loan Companies Register 6, 190 00 

Loaning Land Companies Register 675 00 

Trust Companies Register 4, 050 00 

Miscellaneous 1, 663 00 

12,578 00 

Total Revenue $73,939 31 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a39 



STATEMENT No. 10. 

Statement of Revenue received from the sale of Law Stamps during the fiscal year 

ended October 31st, 1918. 



County. 



Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton . . . 
Dufferin . . , 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac . 

Grey 

Haldimand , 
Halton 
Hastings . . , 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton . . 
Lanark . . . 



Leeds andGrenville .. 
Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 



Northumberland and Durham 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 

Algoma District 



Kenora " 

Manitoulin " 

Muskoka " 

Nipissing " 

Parry Sound District, 
Rainy River 
Temiskaming " 
Thunder Bay " 

Osgoode Hall 

E. E. Wallace 



Distributor. 



F. G. Biscoe 

Thos. Dixon 

J. A. Ritchie 

H. Endacott 

J. Farley 

H. Clay 

J. S. Whiting 

W. A. Bishop 

J. W. Sheppard . . 

W.I.Dick 

W. Carnew 

D. McDonald 

Jas. Holmes 

F. W. Willson... 
W. P. McEwen... 
J. S. L. McNeely . 

A. E. Baker 

U. M. Wilson . . . 

M. Brennan 

J. B. McKillop . . . 

F. S. Snider 

C. C. Rapjelje . . . , 

W. Tisdale 

W.F.Kerr 

J. E. Farewell . . . 

R. N.Bali 

W. S. Morphy .... 

G. G. McPherson. 

G. J. Sherry 

J. Belanger 

R.H.Hubbs 

Thos. Henderson. 

J. R. Cotter 

J. G. Harkness . 
J.R. McNeillie... 

D. S. Bowlby .... 
T. D. Cowper , . . 
A. H. Macdonald . , 
S. F. Washington 

A.F.Wallis 

G. W. Goodwin . . . 

T.J.Foster 

C. W. Chadwick . , 

C. C. Piatt 

Thos. Johnson ... 

T. E. McKee 

F. Tasker 

W. H. Elliott 

F. L. Smiley 

A. W. Thompson . . 
J. H. Carnegie.... 



Amount. 



$ c, 


2,855 00 


1,005 00 


4,948 50 


299 10 


940 00 


3,796 00 


600 00 


1,172 00 


326 00 


372 00 


3,023 50 


3,090 00 


1,050 00 


2,083 00 


200 00 


750 00 


2,805 00 


324 00 


1,915 00 


3,020 00 


64 70 


456 00 


99 75 


2,999 50 


737 00 


3,034 00 


350 00 


3,038 75 


986 50 


350 00 


380 00 


555 00 


• 2,902 30 


2,695 00 


500 00 


1,733 00 » 


877 00 


2,078 00 


3,368 50 


12,216 40 


240 00 


1,148 00 


255 50 


155 00 


250 00 


346 00 


385 50 


380 00 


747 50 


1,494 00 


39,043 40 


20 00 


118,460 40 



a40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918. 



County or District and Estate. 



$ c. 



$ c. 



Algoma — 

Dunbar, Charles F 

Gimby, J. H 

Hynes, J. E 

Keenan, Hugh M 

Kennedy, Thomas J. ... 

McKinnon, Charles E. . 

Macdonald, J. H 

Tremelling, M. G 

Brant — 

Allchin, Samuel 

Cockshutt, Harvey W. . . 

Collingwood, Eunice C. . 

Conworth, Edwin 

Dadson, Amanda V 

Gilmore, Henry T 

Glassco, Charles 

Howell, Harriet W 

McAllister, Mary Jane . 

Mott, Annie 

Murphy, Joseph 

Philip, Catherine 

Rixon, W. A 

iSanderson, John A 

Shellard, H. M 

Sutherland, Elizabeth A. 

Willett, Annie 

Bruce — 

Bailey, John 

Bell, Lachland 

Bonnyman, Margaret . '. 

Bridge, John 

Ferguson, William 

Gormley, Thomas 

Griffith, Mary 

McLean, John 

McLaughlin, Eugene . . . 

Manley, William F 

Metcalf, Christopher . . . 

Robertson, Annie 

Rowan, Duncan 

Sloan, John 

Stewart, Kate Stewart . . 

Watson, William John . . 
Carleton — 

Avery, Frederick W 

Belanger, P. R. A 

Bishop, Catherine 

Bradley, Richard A 

Brennan, Herbert A. . . . 

Brown, John 

Burns, Patrick 

Cameron, Wm. A 

Currier, Everett D 

Daly, Irene 

Davis, Thomas O 

Delahayne, William 

Dunlop, Peter 



158 

44 

270 

311 

7,402 

50 

1,027 

370 



1,548 

9,209 
553 

1,206 
816 

1,078 
855 
324 
211 
50 
373 
231 
403 

2,662 

366 

699 

21,174 



330 
841 
260 
496 

24 
900 
499 
300 
209 
350 
287 
243 
134 
339 

24 
373 



190 

135 

2,627 

357 

11,285 

783 

252 

7,955 

3,852 

355 

111 

275 

132 



9,635 08 



41,766 81 



5,612 91 



Carried forward 28 , 313 93 



57,014 80 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a41 



No. 11. 

Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



$ c. 



c. 



Brought forward 

Carleton — Continued. 

Dunn, Stephen 

Edwards, Florence E 

Falconer, Henrietta . x 

Featherson, John P 

Fraser, W. H. A 

Foster, Robert 

Gagnon, Jean C 

Gibson, Florence 

Goodeve, Alice D 

Grant, James M 

Grant, Francis 

Hamilton, Isabella 

Harris, Lavinia 

Harrison, Edward 

Hay, Ina McAdam 

Heney, James A 

Hueston, Joseph 

Hutchison, Margaret H 

Johnston, Guy 

Keefer, Thomas C 

Le Bel, George 

Le Roy, 0. E 

McLean, Sarah 

McKendry, John 

Magee, Robert 

Major, Oliver M 

Manuel, John 

Martin, Alexander 

Murphy, Denis 

Murphy, John L 

Nellis, T. F 

Nolan, Thomas 

Orr, Robert 

Palen, John 

Parmalee, Christian M 

Proderick, Catherine , 

Pyper, Harriet ; , 

Quain, Redmond 

Riedy, Sarah D 

Rowley, W. H 

Scott, Wm. Charles M 

Simpson, James K 

iSteen, Harry D 

Tassee, Emmanuel 

Warne, James F 

Dufferin — 

Harrison, W. J 

' Kelly, John 

McMaster, William 

Elgin — 

Berdan, Jacob F 

Brady, James 

•Burkholder, John R 

Cattanach, Margaret 

Carried forward 

*4 P.A. 



28,313 93 



408 

174 

38 

2,837 

175,000 

241 

100 

399 

647 

336 

1,126 

10,738 

382 

266 

1,071 

267 

479 

493 

1,747 

3,000 

1,347 

48 

467 

28 

315 

46 

100,000 

431 

133 700 

2,328 

39,000 

13,758 

268 

556 

47 

125 

398 

355 

427 

13,621 

304 

400 

249 

6,696 

1,000 



175 
430 
261 



1,040 
303 

2,600 
329 



57,014 80 



543,996 20 



867 06 



4,272 94 601,878 06 



a42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 

Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



Brought forward 



Elgin — Continued. 

Cutten, Edith H 

Dickson, John M 

Dickson, Mary 

Ermatinger, Annie J. . . . 

Ferguson, Colin A 

Gray, James 

Griffin, Ann 

Harkness, W. S 

Kains, Eleanor W 

Lapham, Emma 

MoBrayne, James 

McGugan, John 

McLean, Archie 

Mellor, Allen 

Mills, James 

Morgan, William 

Mulligan, Mary Jane . . 

Pollard, Annie 

Rapelje, Elsie 

Essex — 

Alexander, John 

Berry, Lillian V 

Bertram, Jane 

Clutton, Jonathan L. . . 

Dalton, Thomas E 

Hayes, Mary 

Hickey, Helen 

Hutchison, Harriet P. . . 
Johnston, Agnes C. ... 
Lawson, Mary Jane . . . 
MacLeod, Margaret L. . 

Menzies, Margaret 

Palme, Wm. J 

Salter, Eliza 

Surveyer, L. J. A 

Walker, Franklin H. . . 

West, Helen 

Frontenac — 

Byers, Mary 

Carey, William 

Corbett, John 

Cunningham, Henry . . . 

Eves, Edward M. 

Fraser, Robert 

Lees, Thomas E. K. 
McCartney, Alexander . 

Meek, Robert 

Norton-Taylor, Hugh . . 
Singleton, Anna M. 

Smith, Henry R 

Stoness, Jabez M 

Sutherland, Malcolm S. 



4,272 94 



357 12 
5 23 
221 00 
493 24 
340 52 
251 46 

1,207 23 
447 82 
595 35 
740 59 
255 52 
300 00 
48 00 
300 06 
151 22 
89 90 

1,059 72 
290 76 
314 34 



1,104 97 

1,500 30 
178 67 
105 88 
256 05 
204 04 
452 20 
344 61 
483 64 
23 86 
240 16 

6,241 80 
579 44 

1,425 29 

37 03 

384,459 92 

290 45 



Carried 



fonvard 1,025,364 12 



433 78 
196 50 
866 38 
659 18 
250 79 
565 74 
757 28 
109 01 
35 93 
303 36 
282 34 
8,741 00 
325 00 
289 42 



601,878 0$ 



11,742 04 



397,928 31 



13,815 71 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a43 



No. 11. 

Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




$ c. 



Brought forward 

Gkey— 

Boyd, W. J 

Butchart, Mary 

Calvert, James 

Curlett, Samuel , 

Flynn, Mary 

Godfrey, James 

Hamilton, Mary 

Hill, Solomon 

Miller, Henry H 

Petrie, Wm. T 

Price, John H. S 

Sim, James 

Wyllie, Robert 

Haldimand — 

Armour, John 

Edgar, William 

Fitzgerald, Patrick 

Forrester, Cynthia 

Govvan, James 

Ingles, John 

Kirkley, James , 

Rice, Amanda M 

Rutherford, Minnie 

Halton — 

Allen, George 

Cunningham. Joseph 

Darragh, Robert 

Ferrah, Mary 

McGibbin, John D. . 

Petch, Henry 

Hastings 

Arnott. John 

Chisholm, Margaret. D 

' Clark, Peter P 

Corby, Henry 

Ferguson, D. L 

Gigson, William 

Gunn, Donald 

Mackintosh, William 

Pierson, Emma A 

Ross, Barton G 

Huron — 

Bird, William 

Blake, Edward J 

Brown, Samuel 

Christie, Edward 

Couch, James 

Fisher, Donald . m 

Haines, John 

Hamilton, Thomas Thompson 

Hicks, Samuel 

Holt, Phiilp 

Knowlton, William G 

Leech, James 

Carried forivard 



1,025,364 12 



277 74 

47 94 

404 45 








400 00 
48 00 






285 71 




115 17 




993 55 




1,815 35 




421 66 




300 00 




267 04 




54 79 






5,43r40 




133 86 




267 14 




438 96 




331 25 




484 36 




2,242 85 




229 31 




393 41 




441,43 






4,962£57 


334 71 


33 59 




1,453 19 




354 09 








24 00 







2,471 84 


105 62 




5,000 00 




343 55 




100,000 00 




24 15 




1 58 




403 15 




494 00 




1,172 39 




91 55 






107,635 99 


347 60 


.21 80 




252 49 




252 43 




108 43 




236 12 




48 00 




556 17 




290 13 




357 32 




907 28 




74 90 




3,452 67 


1,145,865 92 



a44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



$ c. 



$ c. 



Brought forward 

Huron — Continued. 

McCallum, Duncan 

McFarlane, Isabella 

Pierce, John 

Sanderson, William 

Sloan, Andrew W 

Sommerville, David 

Kenora — 

Fernie, Samuel D. R 

Harstone, Archibald 

CPLaughlin, Roy 

Kent — 

', Bell, Archibald 

Campbell, Peter A 

Cox, Thomas 

Eddy, Charles F 

Eddy, Newell 

Gillett, Hezekiah M 

Hornick, George A 

Kogelschatz, Mary 

Misner, Isaac 

Richardson, James S 

Stephens, George 

Stewart, James 

Lambton — 

Campbell, John B 

Campbell, Malcolm 

Essex, Jane 

Eyre, William B 

Goodison, Edwin F 

Kelly, Alexander A , 

Lett, Samuel 

Reid, James 

Wanless, Robert 

Wendover, Edith S 

Wynne, George H 

Lanark — 

Adams, Michael P 

Armour, John Kf 

Clark, Thomas John 

Dulmage, John 

Gardiner, Agnes 

MacMillan, Jennie D 

McNaughton, James A 

Meighen, William 

Millar, Isabella 

Scott, Walter 

Steacy, Marie 

Stewart, Samuel 

Leeds and Grenvtlle — 

Bennett, Thomas • 

Bennett, Walter W 

Brown, Sheldon Y 

Davis, Mortimer W 

de Carle, Sarah 

Carried forward 



3,452 67 



313 
178 
300 
394 
410 
359 



342 

29 

363 



11,329 

227 

686 

7,471 

273 

61 

477 

535 

362 

12 

9,334 

48 



257 

46 

5,511 

143 

20,270 

350 

374 

993 

357 

231 

057 



1, 



65 

381 

389 

577 

24 

77 

15 

1,335 

3,401 

170 

1,118 

297 



279 
474 
244 
46 
445 



1,145,865 92 



5, 408 04 



735 61 



30,819 55 



31,595 46 



7,852 75 



2,490 65 1,222,277 33 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a45 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



Brought forward 



Leeds and Grenville — Continued. 

Derbyshire, Daniel 

Dobbie, E. L 

Earl, William John 

Eyre, Henry 

Fraser, Louisa 

Ketchum, Charles V. R. ... 

Lynch, Thomas 

McLean, William J 

Plumb, Mary M 

Powell, James D 

Sheppard, Robert 

Smail, Arthur C 

Smith, Walter 

Traynor, Anthony . , 

Warburton, F 

Lennox and Addington — 

Cooper, Emma 

McCusker, Ellen 

Wilson, John 

Lincoln — 

Barnes, George 

Bemis, Alice M 

Bullivant, Francis 

Dalton, Eva Mary 

Gibson, William 

Holmes, Annie 

Hutcheson, James 

Keating, Michael Y 

Kirkpatrick, T. G 

McLaren, Alexander 

McLean, John 

Sherwood, Wm. A 

Thomas, Benjamin D 

Wilson, William F. A 

Wise, Henry 

Manitoulin — 

Burnett, Moses 

Irving, James C 

Middlesex — 

Armstrong, Mary Ann 

Behan, Andrew 

Bogue, Mary E 

Brown, George 

Bullen, William F 

Carey, William H 

Couch, William 

Cox, Willis T. S 

Croll, Charles 

Davidson, Thomas 

Elliott, Edward 

Edwards, James 

Fraser, Hugh A 

Fraser, Jessie 

Fraser, John 

Fitzgerald, Margaret O. 




Carrie f forward 18,884 28 1,268,323 89 



2,490 65 


1,222,277 33 


6,000 00 




259 00 




432 40 




310 25 




374 64 




792 58 




557 55 




540 00 




268 20 




1,333 65 




447 30 




47 87 




384 69 




303 22 




19 18 






14,561 18 


45 36 | 




115 00 




1,032 15 


1,192 51 


5,274 54 




243 53 




496 59 




32 47 




1,567 39 




714 00 




253 46 




2,157 48 




564 99 




1,378 56 




4,105 87 




335 00 




237 30 




2,153 39 




10.000 00 






29,514 57 




366 61 




411 69 






778 30 


611 40 


423 00 




310 00 




369 06 




2,672 00 




131 15 




529 59 




322 40 




72 15 




484 90 




308 49 




48 15 




296 59 




264 55 




11,886 34 




154 51 





a46 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



Brought forward 



Middlesex — Continued. 

Gray, Duncan 

Gray, Eliza Jane 

Grover, Sarah J. W 

Hale, Jeffery 

Hoskin, William H 

Howden, David H 

Johnston, Lyell C 

Kennedy, Elizabeth 

Kerrigan, Frederick 

Killeen, John 

Labatt, John 

McCarthy, Catherine 

McCormick, Thomas 

Mcintosh, Catherine 

McLauchlin, Robert 

Macbeth, Catherine E 

Manning, Rebecca A 

Marr, John 

Munro, Neil -. 

Nagle. Elvira 

Powell, Richard 

Ralph, Edward Talbot . . . 

Richardson, Alice 

Smith, Catharine 

Stuart, William John 

Thomson, Henry 

Trebilcock, J. C 

Waterman, Caroline M. . . . 

Webber, Sarah A 

Wood, R. J 

Wren, Catherine 

Muskoka — 

Armstrong, Samuel H 

Kinsey, Walter W „ . 

Miller, Reuben 

Nipissing — 

Levesque, George 

Norfolk — 

Cliambers, Leamon J 

Murdock, Joseph B 

Robb, James 

Taylor, William 

Wymer, Eli 

York, H. S 

Northumberland and Durham. 

Adams, William H 

Allin, Samuel 

Belford, Henry 

Brooks, Ann 

Culverwell, John A 

Dawson, Bertram 

Dinner, Richard D 

Drewry, Malcolm M 

Glover, William 

Gould, Norman B 




$ c. 



18,884 28 1,268,323 89 



424 63 




235 45 




365 90 




5,668 18 




604 75 


9,685 40 


482 00 


706 93 


438 58 




2,541 28 




3,804 18 




118 36 




5,351 31 




381 91 


332 58 




410 55 




422 87 




54 19 




461 40 




418 84 




1,271 22 


543 56 


280 19 


367 75 




285 60 




469 93 - 




1,664 50 




50,000 00 




390 96 




454 37 


* 


304 94 






107,826 59 


249 61 


9,436 23 


2,634 14 






12, 319 98 


4,930 33 


. 


4,930 33 



Carried forward 3, 866 00 1,396,306 75 



2,905 96 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a47 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


I 
Brought forward 


3,866 00 

400 00 
882 12 
269 47 
435 26 
602 60 
349 80 
28 77 
289 02 
182 43 
504 40 
741 45 
254 23 
335 40 
340 00 
1,165 61 
287 05 


1,396,306 75 


Northumberland and Durham — Continued. 

Jex, Martin 




Lake, George F 




Lawrence, Hiram D 




Minaker, Calvin 




Moncrieff, Anne 




Morrow, James H 




Patterson, Lemuel C. L 




Runnells, William 




Rutherford, Charles 




Sanford, Charles M '. 




Schaffer, C. L 

Simmons, D. L 




Turner, C. W 




Waddell, John 




Waddell, Margaret 




White, Joseph A 




Ontario — 

Bundy, Joshua 


10,433 61 


448 85 
393 78 
494 62 

356 40 
619 32 

357 42 






Heal, James 




Larkin, Henry J 




Luke, Samuel 


v ~ 


Mustard, John 






2,670 39 




122 56 

2,599 01 

244 50 

995 67 

231 22 

935 81 

85 10 

447 19 

758 86 

642 88 

144 97 

22 95 

303 31 

297 93 

339 78 

49 47 

248 23 

29 09 

428 36 

1,002 88 

1,127 26 

800 00 

282 06 


Colridge, John 








Donaldson, William 








Hall, Catherine A 








Hewitt, Alexander 








Innis, Margaret C 








Lockhart, Thomas 




McKay, Janet 




Patrick, Elizabeth 








Ruoert, Alice 








Suckling, Grace D 








Sutherland, R 








Wilson, William G 








Parry Sound — 


12,089 09 


380 50 
300 00 
151 62 
375. 69 


Campbell, William Graham 








Smith, John F 






1,207 81 
1,422,707 65 







a48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




c. 



Brought forward 

Peel 

Bracken, William 

Cesar, Eliza 

Craigie, John 

Duckworth, James 

iMcdure, Samuel D. ... 

McLeod, John Campbell 

Marshall, John M 

Nelson, James 

Scott, Samuel 

Sutton, Marshall 

Perth — 

Blewett, Francis R. ... 

Board, Sarah Ann ..... 

Cawston, Wm. R 

Dufton, Ann Jane 

Elderkin, Robert . . 

Fraser, Adeline 

Green, John 

Hancock, George A. ... 

Keith, Alexander 

Kuhne, Michael 

Mclntyre, Gilbert H. . . . 

Mclntyre, John 

Meier, Henry 

O'Donnell, Thomas 

Roe, Walter J 

Scott, John 

Weber, Anna K 

Peterborough — 

Barrens, Margaret 

Bennett, J. Williams . . . 

Coben, Henry 

Daly, Francis J 

Dixon, Robert J 

Hull, John 

Leahy, James 

Might, Frederick J 

Phillips, Ralph A 

Stratton, J. R 

Weir, Archibald 

Wood, George W 

PRESCOTT AND RUSSELL. 

Charbonneau, Louis . . . 

Hunter, Hugh 

Lowe, Stephen 

McCann, John 

Smith, James Workman 

Smith, Janet 

Stephens, Samuel 

Stewart, Donald 

Prince Edward — 

Love, Sarah E 

McFaul, Arnoldi 

Niles, William P 

Prinyer, Nellie 

Woodrow, William 



Carried forward 1, 473,961 96 





1,422,707 65 


230 26 


■ 


266 50 




492 94 




8,774 37 




256 36 




392 45 




348 60 




253 45 




379 64 




2,874 14 






14,268 71 




355 20 




255 73 




408 18 




49 63 




386 77 




16 91 








16 30 




239 09 




16 32 




118 24 




1,772 03 




405 00 




1,312 06 




100 00 




875 38 




468 36 






7,174 70 




99 08 




755 00 




119 78 




262 98 




167 80 




260 55 




698 59 




404 73 




561 66 




20,000 00 




288 46 




250 57 






23,869 20 




267 20 




1,044 37 




205 91 




241 93 




337 37 




2,159 33 




82 80 




79 51 






4.418 42 


304 40 


42 00 




409 00 




281 32 




486 56 


1,523 28 





1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a49 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



Brought forward 



Rainy River — 

Fitzpatrick, Mary D 

Watts, A. E 

Renfrew — 

Barnet, Alexander 

Fraser, Hugh 

Graham, Jane 

Hilliard, Fred. J 

Howe, Michael 

Johnson, S. M 

Junkin, James 

Knight, Rachel M 

McLachlan, Margaret J 

Price, Charles B 

Simcoe — 

Allen, John S 

, Cameron, Angus 

Campbell, Archibald 

Campbell, Ronald 

Carter, John Henry 

Chesley, Minnie E 

Coley, John A 

Cooper, Thomas Duncan 

Coxworth, Thomas 

Duff, James S 

Fraser, William 

Gavin, Daniel 

Gordon, Ann S 

Greaves, George 

Ingram, George , 

Johnston, Joseph 

Kearns, Peter 

Kinler, Jane 

Kneeshaw, Jonathan 

Lennox, William 

Long, Erastus 

Morton, Edward D , 

Ross, James A 

Wesley, Samuel 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. 

Becker, Morley B 

Black, Alexander 

Cameron, Catherine , 

Farlinger, Isabella F 

Forrestal, Catherine 

Grant, William A. 

Heenan, Thomas 

Lalonde, Francis 

McDonald, Alexander B 

• McLean, John A 

McLean, Walter N 

Marshall, Margaret J 

Sudbury — 

Baikie, Daniel 




Carried 





1,473,961 96 


8 67 




259 04 






267 71 


50,000 00 


300 20 




377 54 




6 15 




974 40 




45 96 




519 03 




251 50 




324 78 




47 88 






52,847 44 




1,295 88 




1,167 62 








30 00 




353 09 




271 23 




241 73 




350 16 




267 00 




287 52 




691 89 




420 17 




264 72 




772 96 




5,593 29 




31 16 




269 63 




160 05 




312 90 




83 33 




10,318 21 




328 67 




2,034 23 




331 34 






26,218 36 


102 33 


138 60 




310 20 




3,328 14 




1,094 34 




273 03 




11 44 




30 93 




23 10 




394 41 




147 91 




100 50 






5,954 93 




432 90 


432 90 





forward | 1,659,683.30 



a50 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



c. 



Brought forward 



Temiskaming — 

Hay, Alex. M 

Thunder Bay — 

Connell, James 

Manion, James 

Meek, James 

Rubery, Gilbert 

Victoria — 

Brennan, Ellen 

Cameron, Archibald . . . 

Campbell, Janet 

Crawford, Thomas 

Graham, James 

Killingsworth, William 

McDonald, Donald 

Munro, Jessie 

Patrick, Marion G 

Rilance, Annie 

Waterloo — 

Arnold, Louisa 

Bardon, Louis 

Bowlby, George H 

Bowlby, Ward H 

Coutts, William 

Davidson, George 

Deans, Thomas 

Diebel, Peter 

Erb, Enoch 

Franke, Gottfried 

Gamble, Helen J 

Grieve, John Jackson . . 

Hagey, Sarah 

Keegan, James 

Kinsman, Nicholas G. . . 

Little, David 

Little. Margaret 

McCullough, Hugh 

McPherson, Duncan . . . 

Moyer, Isaac 

Mueller, John C 

Puddicombe, Annie B. . . 

Reiter, Nicholas 

Rumper, George 

Schnurr, Albert , 

Scrimgeour, George 

Shurly, Cosmos J 

Snider, John B 

Snider, Menno 

Stuebing, W 

Todd, Martin W 

Tuerk, Maria 

Waterhouse, Humphrey 



Carried forward 



478 88 



000 00 

464 97 

481 85 

96 10 



1, 



179 99 
296 32 
220 00 
413 13 
431 04 
630 05 
193 74 
347 10 
705 93 
264 76 



26 



434 07 
260 52 

,487 41 

,001 79 
482 19 
342 13 
365 54 
411 72 

,720 54 
299 15 
290 41 

,060 44 

244 36 

201 37 

4 57 

468 89 

47 88 

,398 00 
413 21 
149 73 

, 473 89 

,142 44 
401 28 

,869 47 

,026 46 
262 11 

,477 13 

51 46 

257 12 

251 68 

509 05 

,293 50 
209 99 



1,559,683 30 



478 88 



16,042 92 



5,682 06 



60,309 50 



1,642,196 66 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a51 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



$ c. 



$ c. 



Brought forward . , . : 




1,642,196 66 


WELLAND — 

Berriman, Thomas 

Brigham, Charlotte E 


663 09 

54 39 

119 70 

1,374 30 
273 74 
305 71 
360 38 
348 62 
25 00 
406 00 
184 66 
405 04 
270 92 
623 47 

2,621 26 
245 90 
108 29 

250 12 
331 07 
165 57 
344 77 
98 00 

4,120 11 
245 76 
29 25 
444 60 
368 13 
360 05 
334 06 

1,113 37 
417 61 
273 72 
333 00 
247 56 




Deeks, Joseph H 




Dewitt, Peter 




Pordham, Mary A 




Gumaer, Robert L * 




Gunn, John D 




Kehoe, Mary 




McCollum Clark 




Macartney, Joseph L 




Malick, Joseph 




Nease, Sarah A 




Sherk, Richard Henry 




Stewart, John A 




Taylor, John B 




Warner, Mary S 








WErXIXGTOX — 

Cattanach, George 


8,390 47 


Cullum, Maynard A 




Dick, John Hogg 




Gilchrist, Margaret 




Gokey, Peter 




Hill, James J 




Jose, Robert 




Laird, Jane C 




McPherson, Ronald 

Messenger, David H 








Nelson, Lawrence D 




Orchard, Elizabeth 




Thompson, George E 








Tolton, Edwin 










9,476 75 


Angus, Martha 


215 84 
506 00 

1,076 71 
400 00 
98 60 
326 32 
187 19 
79 70 
714 98 
156 65 
364 92 
499 42 
205 56 

2,519 49 

340 10 

95 20 

1,866 69 
342 60 
398 39 


Armstrong, Arthur 




Armstrong, Mary P 




Begue. H. A 




Bell, Elvis A 




Busby, William 




Cain, Elizabeth 




Carey, Roy A 








Crosthwaite, L. B 

Daniels, William H 




Dilks, William 








Gage, Robert R 




Gauthier, E. J 

Green, Edwin 








Hancock, William 












Carried forward 


10,394 36 


1,660,063 88 



a52 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Xo. 1 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




Brought forward 10,394 36 



Wentworth — Continued. 

Hill, Richard B 2 

Hubert, Frederick B 

Kirkpatriek, Joseph 

Lazier, Stephen F 5 

LeRiche, Emma 

Lucas, Richard A !- ' ' 

Lumsden, Walter G 

McConachie, Samuel W 

Mcllroy, James 

McLaren, William H 

McLean, John A 

Mawson, Mary J 

Moore, Alexander H 

New, Henry 1 

Noble, William * 

Nye, Sarah A i 4 

Perrie, E. A 

Pirie, Margaret A 1 



Pratt, Emma F 

Raw, Mary Ann 

Richardson, Margaret . . 

Rutherford, George 

Scott, John J 

Southam, Gordon H 

Steele. Robert T 

Stewart, Walter W 

Vallance, William 

Vert, Mary 

Vipond, William 

• Wells, Mary G 

Wolverton. Algernon . . . 

Wylie, James A 

Young, Elizabeth M 

York — 

Abell, John 

Ainsworth, John 

Alexander, Alexander E. 

Alexander, David W. . . . 

Amy, Emily 

Anderson, Annie E 

Anderson, George 

Anderson, Margaret .... 

Anistaki, John S 

Auld, Rose Robertson . . 

Ault, Charles 

Austin, Mary H 

Avebury, Lord 

Avery, Fanny E 

Baker, Leonard B 

Baker, Mary A. 

Baldwin, Robert P 

Barclay, James Thomson 

Barkworth. Harold A. . . 

Barratt, Martha J 

Barrett, Charles R 



Carried forward 10,249 10 1,779,468 67 



,592 

431 

433 

,539 

156 

,585 

878 

.359 

298 

470 

392 

221 

270 

,000 

669 

,701 

966 

,104 

,436 

,063 

,075 

,207 

,000 

,655 

359 

220 

,462 

450 

,160 

,546 

,069 

238 

993 




$ c. 



1,660,063 88 



119,404 79 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a53 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




$ c. 



Brought forward 



York — Continued. 

Barrie, Eunice M 

iBarry, William E 

Batchelor, A. W. G 

Bayne, William Thirwell 

Beach, Charles Y 

Begg, John 

Behal, Harry S 

Bell, James M 

Benjamin, Stephen P. . . 

Benn, Percy 

Berners, Mary 

Bigg, Charles 

Billingsley, Anne 

Black-well, A. F 

Blakely, Francis D 

Bollard, Arthur 

Boomer, George 

Bostwick, George F 

Boswell, Mary L 

Bosworth, Asa F 

Bowman, Annie 

Bradley, Susan 

Brady, James B 

Brassey, Harold E 

Bricknell, Charles 

Brook, Thomas 

Brookfield, Mary A 

Brown, John 

Brown, Saline M 

Browne, Florence Selina 

Brunton, Thomas L 

Buckland, Clara E. W. 

Budden, John S 

Buhl, William E 

' Bull, John H 

Burge, Charles 

Burgess, A.' C 

Burns, John 

Burns, William 

Busbell, Edmund 

Butcher, John 

Butt, Richard H 

Butterfield, Franklin C. . 

Buzzard, Alfred L 

Campbell, Elizabeth C. . . 

Campbell, John 

Canfield, Francis D 

Cann, Augustus 

Carlaw, Lucy M 

Carman, Albert 

Carrique, William J. 

Caswell, Fred T 

Cater, John James 

Champion, Reginald 

Chewett, James H 



Carried forward 55 



10,249 10 


1,779,468 67 


18 67 




219 30 




8 56 




43 22 




79 68 




153 88 




26 80 




97 28 




22 65 




8 80 




154 92 




416 32 




384 67 




663 13 




15 15 




1,010 50 




246 53 




1,110 68 




1,054 20 




8 90 




18 45 




263 88 




51 88 




132 00 




733 00 




26 00 




424 25 




301 48 




3 67 




7 93 


<s 


222 52 




98 10 




77 75 




3,838 76 




1,107 34 




1,246 46 




235 88 




441 47 




453 31 




60 40 




2,311 69 




984 51 




304 41 




188 85 




5,677 55 




18 78 




4,891 57 




400 00 




4,717 27 




425 26 




4,780 24 




2,066 43 




31 23 




131 40 




2,462 39 




55,129 05 i 


1,779,468 67 



a54 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 

Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




Brought forward 



York — Continued. 

Ohisholm, Alexander 

Churchill, Ezra 

Clarke, Amy E 

Clubb, Victoria E 

Clyde, Elizabeth 

Coatsworth, Electa 

Coatsworth, William T. . 

Cockburn, Mary E 

Codd, Gertrude J 

Coddington, Mary P 

Coleman, Sarah A 

Coles, Ethel M 

Collis-Sandes, J 

Collum, Wm. H. P 

Conboy, Daniel 

Cook, David S 

Cook, William James 

Copas, Emily W 

Copp, Annie C , 

Corbett, George W 

Cosgrave, Lawrence J. . . 

Cottingham, C. P 

Coulson, Eliza 

Cowan, Eva 

Cowan, Mahlon Kitchen . , 

Cox, Amy G 

Cox, Hattie 

Coxon, Samuel 

Crawford. Sarah A 

Crissey, Harlow J 

Croft, Anthony W 

Croft, Eliza E 

Crommelin, Charles A. R. 

Cross, Francis Mary 

Cummings, Allan C 

Cummings, Mulzar A 

Curtenius, Kate W 

Curzon, William 

Dailey, Eliza P 

Dain, James B 

Dalziel, Adam 

Darbee, Samuel 

Davenport, Susanna 

Davies, John G 

Davies, Thomas 

Davis, Anne 

Davison, John L 

Dawson, Ella I 

Day, George H 

Dayne, Robert W 

de Lafressange, Comte . . . 

Dewaf , James 

Dickinson, Margaret Isa 

Dixon, Francis J 

Dorland, Francis 



r 



Carried forward 176, 582 94 



55,129 05 


1,779,468 67 


61 85 




141 10 




51 60 




194 12 




639 02 




19 91 




24 56 




6,300 00 




166 50 




24 33 




139 65 




350 97 




452 10 




28 83 




12,922 14 




2 75 




120 62 




834 48 




467 00 




76 85 




30,668 07 




30 37 




5,000 00 




816 82 




328 76 




3 625 13 




25,919 29 




100 00 




882 58 




8 59 




1,626 28 




16,082 50 




12 42 




192 12 




485 74 




359 40 




165 31 




692 24 




14 75 




227 90 




307 14 




15 00 




89 77 




2 10 




350 92 




25 00 




8,493 20 




938 88 




24 00 




65 00 




7 67 




80 62 




364 49 




5 45 




428 00 




176,582 94 


1,779,468 67 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a55 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




$ c. 



Brought forward 



York — Continued. 

Douglas, John 

Duell, Lydia L 

Duncan, Henry 

Dunlop, John 

Dunn, Katherine 

Durbin, Henry E 

Durnford, Emily 

Edgeworth, John 

Edington, Margaret M. 
Edwards, Ethel Mary . . 
Eisenhauer, Mary A. E. 

Elliott, George 

Else, J. Cowden 

Everett, Frederick H. . 

Exshaw, John H 

Fairweather, Agnes H. . 

Farmer, Myron G 

Fenton, Isaac 

Fillebrown, Anna G. . . . 

Finlay, William 

Firth, Arnold 

Fisher, Abigail 

Fitzgerald, Constance . 

Fleming, G. R. S 

Fletcher, Charles John 
Fletcher, Oswald Earl . 

Flint, John 

Flude, Eliza 

Forbes, Daniel M 

Foster, Willett 

Fowell, Richard G 



Foy, James J 

Freeman, Helen 

Gale, Justin E 

t Galloway, John 

Garratt, Mary Ann W. 
Garrett, Amanda E. . 
Garrow, James T. . . . 

Gebbie, James 

Geikie, Walter B. . . . 
Gibson, Marion T. 

Gibb, Alexander 

Gilchrist, Charles M. 
Gillespie, Robert A. . 

Gilman, John E 

Godshall, A. E 

Gooderham, Henry . . 
Gouinlock, George . . 
Gordon, Elizabeth H. 

Gordon, John 

Gordon, M. Lockhart 
Graham, Frances . . . 
Graves, Luther P. . . . 

Gray, Annie 

Greenshields, E. B. 



Carried forward 235, 363 12 



176,582 94 


1,779,468 67 


4,855 83 




33 36 




363 00 




1,117 34 




16 88 




3 72 




884 82 




3,175 73 




23 25 




339 17 




39 90 




67 78 




1,232 53 




2 99 




426 00 




372 52 




126 44 




150 00 




19 00 




3,168 36 




77 20 




257 68 




24 80 




84 18 




1,386 81 




253 43 




21 00 




330 92 




1,877 90 




1 50 




19 00 




5,834 67 




310 61 




453 00 




163 22 




21 11 




1,920 66 




155 26 




67 87 




1,931 67 




203 40 




283 12 




1,052 10 




348 00 




66 90 




244 52 




20,000 00 




1,116 63 




279 68 




258 25 




756 71 




344 00 




717 09 




662 31 




836 36 




235,363 12 


1,779,468 67 



a56 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




$ c 



Brought forward 



York — Continued. 

Grier, George A 

Griffin, Hannah B 

Grimmer, C. D 

Gross, Frederick W. . . . 

Guadry, A. C 

Gurney, Edward 

Hagar, Elizabeth A. . 

Hague, William 

Haight, M. H 

Hall, Janet Dow 

Hall, William H 

Halsted, James A 

Hamilton, Annie L. E. 

Hampton, John 

Hanna, Samuel R 

Hannah, John 

Hannan, John 

Harris, Herbert J 

Harrison, Thomas P. . . 
Hartridge, Henry Wm. 
Hastings, Rebecca .... 

Hatch, George B 

Hatton, John C 

Harksley, John P. V. . . 
Hawthorne, Daniel D. . 

Hedley, James 

Hees, George H 

Henderson, Duncan . . . 
Henderson, Reginald S. 

Henderson, Wm. R. 

Heron, John 

Hewgill, Francis 

Heydon, Barbara 

Hill, Frances 

Hingston, W. H 

Hodge, Alfred T 

Hogan, Margaret E. . . . 

Holland, Philip 

Holloway, George T. . . 

Holmes, John 

Horton, E. W 

Hoskin, Helen 

Houlgrave, Charlotte K. 
Houston, Elizabeth .... 

Hughes, Patrick D 

Humphrey, Ben D 

Hutchinson, W. F. M. . 
Hutt, Francis Rodes . . . 

Howard, Joseph 

Howden, Albert E 

Howell, H. M. ..- 

Irwin, John 

Jacoby, Caroline 

Jahn, Franz 

James, Charles C 



235,363 12 1,779,468 67 



4,065 19 
57 40 

29 93 
31 24 

402 61 

34,546 24 

33 29 

1,102 12 

47 95 

307 20 

451 87 
500 00 

20,953 12 

164 10 

3, 100 96 

47 83 

626 45 

30 00 
3,076 23 
1,019 17 

190 27 

4 21 

556 72 

91 56 

114,504 70 

352 11 

54,997 73 

408 74 

1,083 17 

2,326 26 

459 23 

274 17 

10,398 99 

478 59 

1,172 77 

7 12 

169 61 

1 26 

473 55 

2,712 07 

53 72 

413 36 

452 30 
319 72 
280 45 

1,079 11 

17 00 

26 97 

138 66 

437 85 

668 60 

7 20 

253 15 

997 23 

357 79 



Carried forward 502,121 96 1,779,468 67 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a67 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918 — Continued, 



County or District and Estate. 



B. 



H. 



F. 



Brought forward 
York — Continued. 
Jamieson, C. W. 
Jemmett, Wm. P. 

Jones, J. Cordon 

Jones, Lyman Melvin 

Judge, Edward L 

Julian, Claudius 

Karn, Dennis W 

Kavanagh, Walter J. 

Keating, Mary L 

Kelley, Fredk. W 

Kelly, Ellen A 

Kiely, Arthur E 

Kineaid, Mary 

King, Emma 

Kingsbury, Albert D. . 
Kinnear, Thomas 
Kirkpatrick, David . . . 

Kirkup, John P 

Klein, Alexander 

Krauss, John A 

Kroner, Fred 

Kurtz, James J 

Lailey, William 
Laird, John H. 
Lamb, Mabel B. 
Landon, George 

Latarte, P. H. I 

Law, Benjamin F 

Lee, Jam 

Le Favour, Frances P. 
Leman, Polyxene B. . . 

Lepard, Wm. L 

Leslie, William 

Lewis, Henry 

Lewis, William I 

Lhoyd, Grace M 

Lomer, Gerald 

Longbottom, Abram P. 

Lumbers, M. A 

Lyell, George 

McClellan, Margaret C. 
McConaghy, William . , 

McCormick, Jane 

McCormick, Mary A. . . 
McCormick, Robert L. . 

McDowall, Wm. S 

McEvoy, Janet 

MoFarland, William J. 

McGill, Fredk. W 

Mclntyre, Duncan 

McKeggie, John C 

McKinnon, Christina . 

McLaren, John F 

McLean, John B 

McPherson, Alexander . 




$ c, 



Carried forward ■. 720, 742 43 



502,121 96 

807 74 

132 40 

65,000 00 

25,000 00 

110 87 

162 11 

2,500 00 

164 17 

429 06 

354 10 

17 50 

1,334 65 

71 75 
6,973 78 

3 40 

51,700 47 

125 50 

401 55 

40 03 

9 16 

72 00 
457 94 
474 97 

67 37 
899 03 

2 67 
25 15 

378 31 
542 33 
691 78 

43 46 
564 92 

16 49 

3 74 
11,404 03 

39 85 

140 79 

158 87 

13 50 

654 26 

72 15 

1,078 85 

401 42 

357 65 

14,645 20 

72 85 

4,170 12 

3,000 00 

2,908 69 

5,630 29 

2,000 00 

298 68 

5,581 13 

1,333 20 

5,080 54 



1,779,468 67 



1,779,468 67 



a58 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Brought forward 


720,742 43 

1,150 69 

53 92 
158 03 

95,950 28 

319 51 

500 00 

18,270 46 

1,138 98 

69 46 

102 97 

32 30 

247 03 

410 52 

48 08 

434 87 

24 70 

3 70 

1,375 34 

8,879 84 

69,458 16 

323 58 

4,725 04 

1,888 56 

100 00 

635 34 

1,372 72 

7,599 94 

47 89 

54 00 
16 34 

266 34 

35 91 

1,354 04 

442 48 

572 77 

487 65 

98 30 

106 48 

1,385 34 

12 95 

698 06 

71 74 

82 57 

7,203 74 

253 74 

12,789 77 

18 50 

511 73 

24 30 

572 03 

23 43 

6,550 35 

2 22 

1,441 95 

5,371 48 


1,779,468 67 


York — Continued. 

McTamney, Margaret 




MacClean, Mary D ... 




Macculloch, William B 




Macdonald, William C 




Mackay, Mary J 




Maclean, Catherine G 




MacNamara, Patrick 




Macpherson, Alexander E 




Mahonev, Predk. A 




Mantle, Rosa A 




Marsh, Eliza Ann 




Martel, Thomas 




Martin, Mary Jane 




Massue, Regina 




Mather, Isabella 




Mathews, Hugh S 




Mathews, Selech P 








Maw, Joseph 




May, Samuel 




Mayne, John D 




Medler, John P 




Meier, Henry J. , 




Messer, Elizabeth 




Metcalf, Edwin D 




Methot, Edward W 




Mickle, W. J 




Milgate, Eleanor C 




Millar, Robert I 




Miller, Lachlan M 




Miller, Emily 




Milligan, George 




Mills, Julia 




Mills, Lucy C 

Mills, William 




Moorehouse, Sidney C 




Morison, Sarah E 




Mortimer, Charles H 




Munro Alexander 




Munro Murdo . 








Nelson, Thomas A 








Newman, George A 




Nisbet, Richard A 




Noble, Ann Marian ... 




Noble, James 




Nordheimer, A. V. S 




O'Connor, John 








Oldright, William 




Orr, Andrew G 




Orr, Annie L 








Carried forward 


976,512 55 


1,779,468 67 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a59 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 


$ c. 


$ c. 




976,512 55 

20,000 00 
716 39 

2 33 
263 51 
801 26 

4 22 

12 89 

32 89 

12,309 84 

60,000 00 

937 58 

28 80 

253 40 

396 05 

7 80 

3 96 
164 12 

1,596 00 

20 00 

242 80 

1,952 88 

80 84 

11 96 

57 47 

401 95 

265 00 

38 44 

423 18 

114 45 

141 37 

50 00 

478 31 

505 92 

136,029 37 

30 80 

99 80 

361 44 

3,077 08 

2,500 00 

96 75 

232 50 

299 82 

10,277 79 

497 25 

496 70 

78 95 

2,218 98 

1,700 00 


1,779,468 67 


York — Continued. 

Osborne, J Kerr ; 




Paddon, Edith H. M 




Palmer, Henry B 




Parker, Moses C 




Parker, Win, P : 




Passmore, Arthur W 




Paterson, Ella M 

Patterson, John F 




Patterson, Robert L 




Pearcy, Sanderson 

Peck, Thomas 




Pennington, Jane 

Pernet, E. C. J. B 

Peterson, Matilda S 




Piers, W. B 




Playle, Frederick 

Pollard, Joseph 




Porter, Bertha 




Potter, Charles 




Powley, Jacob S 




Purvis, Thomas 

Rankin, Edward B 




Rea, Kate C 




Reichert, William 

Reid, Archibald 




Rennie, Isabella 




Richardson, Emma 








Rimmer, S. G 








Roberts, Frank J. S 

Roberts, James Edward 




Robertson, Thomas 








Robinson, Frederick 








Robson, George 








Rogers, W. B 








Rolph, Elizabeth U 




Rolph, Joseph T 




Rosenthal, Jesse 








Rowell, Thomas 


♦ 


Russell, F. J 

Ryan, Michael 




Ryerson, Eleanor 


75 00 

57 78 

78 

15 56 

6,181 09 

2,958 09 

1,094 76 




Sackett, Edward S 




Sands, Esther H 




Sands, Willard J 




Schelling, Robert F 




Schofield, George P 














,247,208 45 


1,779,468 67 



a60 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




$ c. 



Brought forward 



York — Continued. 

Scott, D. M 

Sellers, Donald J 

iShanley, Frances E. . . 

Shappard, W. R 

Shaw, Charles H 

Sheard, Joseph 

■Sinclair, Henry 

Sise, C. F 

Smeall, William F. . . . 

iSmaill, John R 

Smith, Amelia J 

Smith, George H 

Smith, Irwin D , 

Smith, Jacob H 

Smith, James J 

Smith, Maude Mary . . 

Smith, R. W 

Somers, Ellen M 

Somerville, Andrew J. 

Spence, Louisa 

iSpence, Sarah A. R. 

Sproul, Frank P 

Sprowl, Hannah 

Standish, James B. . . . 

Stanhope, Philip 

Stanton, Ethel S 

iStearns, W. H 

Stevenson, S. B 

Stewart, Charles 

Stewart, David 

Stewart, Mary Ann . . . 
Stewart, William B. . . . 

Stoddard, Ada M 

Stovel, Albert E 

Strachan, W. H 

Strange, S. A 

Street, Edmund R 

Studholme, L. J. M. . . 

Summer, Anna 

Sutherland, Florence . . 
Sutherland, Jean 

Suttie, C. D 

Sutton, Carolne E 

Swallow, Charles 

Sykes, Frank 

Taylor, Mary E 

Theiss, George W. 

Thomas, John 

Thomas, Milton A 

Thomas, Mary M 

Thomas, William Stone 
Thompson, Samuel G. . 

Thomson, I. B 

Tilden, George H 



Carried forward 1,290,568 39 1,779,468 67 



1,247,208 45 



254 45 
581 45 
334 09 

251 17 
64 60 

10 17 
498 98 
200 08 

3 20 
029 09 

7 21 

99 05 

506 70 

341 19 

268 05 

41 85 

39 10 

433 12 

755 50 

432 70 

501 93 

108 68 

81 45 

548 80 

9 60 

343 20 

4 50 
394 24 

11 10 
292 35 
305 32 
330 58 

2 50 
388 64 
312 61 

252 15 
52 89 

177 36 

505 67 

261 36 

49 11 

1 60 
115 05 
315 43 
525 86 

4 00 
357 89 
495 68 
270 47 
302 47 
245 55 
181 05 
350 18 
108 92 



1,779,468 67 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a61 



No. 11. 

Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending: 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



$ c. 



$ c. 



Brought forward 


1,290,568 39 

6 10 

7 01 
236 83 
826 88 

2,212 18 

322 42 

370 04 

7,286 63 

276 75 

298 21 

2,416 03 

9,303 34 

85 40 

437 26 

333 65 

49 72 

314 46 

481 00 

433 47 

338 04 

743 00 

574 81 

3 93 

1,296 48 

28 81 

180 00 

14 05 

6,971 09 

66 20 

279 30 

23 94 

367 93 

23 00 
107 96 

12 10 

100 12 

1,937 50 

24 18 


1,779,468 67 


York — Continued. 

Toie, Edward C 


Tregurtha, William 




Treherne, C. M 




Trick, John 




Twining, Alice E 




Unitt, Sarah 




Unwin, Charles 




VanHorne, William C 




Vesey, Charles N. C 




Vincent, James E 




Wakefield, Elizabeth 




Waldie, Sarah 




Waler, Horace P 




Walker, Philip P 




Warren, Elizabeth 




Wead, Leslie C 




Webster, Henry 




Weddell, Robert 




West, Thomas 




Whiteside, Thomas R 




Whitney, Edward 




* Wideman, H. E 








Williams, John B 




Williamson, Mary S 




Wilson, Charles 




Wilson, Herbert S 




Wilson, Jane S 








Woodhouse, Thomas 








Wright, Fidela Barrows 








Wylie, James 








Yeruslavitz, Moses 




Young, Aaron W 




Yuhr, Bertha 






1,329,358 21 








3,108,826 88 



a62 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending 31st October, 1918— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




$ c. 



Funds Deposited in lieu of Bond for payment of Succession Duty 

Brant — 

Harold, Samuel 

Hearne, Elizabeth 

Vanstone, Arthur L 

Bruce — 

Morton, Clement F 

Carleton — 

Davis, Caroline M 

Rogers, Victor V 

Grey — 

Lyons, Alex 

Ha.lmmand — 

Leitch, John B 

Hastings — 

Read, R. H. W 

West, W. C 

Huron — 

Hazelwood, Thomas 

Price, Harriet A 

Robertson, James 

Kent — 

Fisher, Herbert 

Lambton — 

Councer, Emma J 

Morter, Margaret 

Scarsbrook, Albert 

Wenino, Paul 

Lanark — 

Patterson, George 

Rathwell, Thomas 

Lennox and Addington — 

Hough, Chas. W 

Timmons, Joseph 

Wagar, J. D 

Middlesex — 

Campbell, Donald 

Cowan, Thomas W 

Houlton, E. H 

McDonald. Hugh 

O'Neil, John 

Patterson, Dougald 

Petch, James 

Northumberland and Durham — 

Bleakley, Mary Ann 

Lumsden, Elizabeth 

McMann, Alex 

Ontario — 

Brooks, Arthur James 

Oxford — 

Harrison, George Wm 

Renton, Thomas 

Sutherland, Robert 

Peel — 

Dent, James 

Hennan, Robert 

Perth — 

Livingston, William 



Carried forward 



1,100 00 
400 00 
400 00 



600 00 


700 00 
100 00 


300 00 


300 00 


1,000 00 
1,600 00 


500 00 

300 00 

1,100 00 


250 00 



525 00 
500 00 
600 00 
000 00 



700 00 
250 00 


900 00 
450 00 
400 00 



500 00 
400 00 
300 00 
450 00 
100 00 
700 00 
500 00 



350 CO 
1,500 00 
3,850 00 


250 00 


2,000 00 

1,000 00 

450 00 


400 00 
900 00 


1,500 00 



1,900 00 
600 00 

800 00 
300 00 
300 00 

2,600 00 

1,900 00 
250 00 



4,625 00 
950 00 

1,750 00 



2,950 00 

5,700 00 
250 00 

3,450 00 

1,300 00 
1,500 00 



31,125 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a63 



No. 11. 
Succession Duty Revenue for the year ending: 31st October, 1918— Concluded. 



County or District and Estate. 



$ c. 



Funds Deposited in lieu of Bond for payment of Succession Duty 
Brought Forward 



Renfrew — 

Paris, James 

Simcoe — 

Drummond, John J 

Moran, Michael 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry — 

Hunt, John 

Tkmiskaming — 

Stucky, John 

Waterloo — 

Cant, Hugh 

Naismith, John 

Wideman, John L 

Wellington — 

Cullum, John 

Edmonston, Margaret 

Fry, John W 

McQueen, James 

Swan, Susan 

Wilkinson, Phyllis 

Wentworth — 

Allen, Thomas 

Bauer, Leopold 

Davidson, Margaret C 

Lister, Emily C 

Robertson, Jane 

Tinsley, Joseph 

York — 

Boggs, Elizabeth 

Botto, Joseph 

Bruce, Edward , 

Curry, James 

Devlin, Robert J 

Fisher, Jane 

'Gilman, John E 

Kidd, Harriett 

McKibbon, Louis G 

Sewell, David 

Unser, William 



1,000 00 


3,000 00 
425 00 


800 00 



800 00 | 

200 00 ! 
850 oo ; 
100 00 I 



350 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
200 00 
300 00 

500 00 
2, COO 00 
300 00 
600 00 
350 00 
1,000 00 



450 00 
300 00 
300 00 
350 00 

40 00 
550 00 

40 00 

210 00 

1,200 00 

500 00 

500 00 



31,125 00 

1,000 00 

3,425 00 
800 00 
800 00 

650 00 



1,750 00 



4.750 00 



4,440 00 
48,740 00 



a64 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 12. 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT 

4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 



From whom received 



Life Insurance Cos. 



Fire Insurance Cos. 



JEtna Life Insurance Co 

Canada Life Assurance Co 

Commercial Union Assurance Co 

Confederation Life Assurance Co 

Continental Life Insurance Co 

Crown Life Insurance Co 

Capital Life Assurance Co. of Canada. . 

Dominion Life Assurance Co 

Edinburgh Life Assurance Co 

Equitable Life Assurance Society of the 
U.S 

Equity Life Insurance Co 

Excelsior Life Insurance Co i 

Great West Life Assurance Co 

Gresham Life Assurance Society i 

Imperial Life Assurance Co 

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co, 

London & Lancashire Life & General 
Assurance Assn 

London Life Insurance Co 

La Sauvegarde Life Insurance Co 

Manufacturers Life Insurance Co 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co 

Monarch Life Assurance Co 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. 
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada . 
Mutual Life & Citizens Assurance Co... 
National Life Assurance Co. of Canada. . 

New York Life Insurance Co 

North American Life Assurance Co 

North British & Mercantile Insurance Co 
Northern Life Assurance Co. of Canada 
Prudential Life Insurance Co. of America 

Phcenix Assurance Co. of London 

Policy Holders Mutual Life Insurance . . 

Royal Insurance Co 

Royal Guardians 

Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Co. . . 
Sovereign Life Assurance Co. of Canada 

Standard Life Assurance Co 

Star Assurance Society 

State Life Insurance Co 

Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada 

Security Life Insurance Co 

Scottish Widows Funds & Life Assurance 

Society 

Travellers' Insurance Co. of Hartford, 

Conn 

Travellers' Life Assurance Co. of Canada 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Co j 

United States Life Insurance Co ] 



6,651 98 

26,474 46 

59 59 

15,768 04 

3,921 70 

3,098 87 

1,224 47 

7,445,74 

100 00 

4,080 89 

1,348 92 

5,708 67 

16,246 68 

174 10 

16,187 10 

11 48 

2,819 86 

22,730 00 

316 12 

13,593 15 

30,000 00 

394 52 

7,144 77 

30,000 00 

593 69 

3,390 43 

12,269 04 

13,261 62 

34 79 

3,980 57 

30,000 00 

1,273 32 

503 80 

1,043 80 

292 86 

100 00 

971 82 

5,298 04 

110 56 

610 53 

30,000 00 

172 53 

100 00 

4,255 33 
797 88 
472 99 
297 88 



Acadia Fire Insurance Co 

TEtna Insurance Co. of Hartford 
Alliance Assurance Co 



398 80 
2,209 15 
1,023 44 



Carried forrvard i 3,631 39 



325,332 59 



325,332 59 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a65 



No. 12. 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT. -Continued. 

4 Geo. V., Cap. U 




Fire Insurance Cos. 
— Continued 



Brought forward 



Atlas Assurance Co 

British-American Assurance Co 

British Colonial Fire Insurance Co 

British Crown Assurance Corporation . . 

Eagle Star & British Dominion General 
Insurance 

British Northwestern Fire Insurance . . 

Canadian Fire Insurance Co 

Caledonian Insurance Co 

Canada National Fire Insurance Co. . . . 

Canadian Lumbermen's Insurance Ex 
change 

Century Insurance Co 

Commercial Union Assurance Co 

Connecticut Fire Insurance Co 

Continental Insurance Co. of New York . . 

Columbia Insurance Co 

Dominion Fire Insurance Co 

Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co.. 

Employers' Liability Assurance Co 

Economical Mutual Fire Ins. of Berlin.. 

Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co. . 

Firemen's Fund Insurance Co 

Firemen's Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J. 

Fire Insurance Exchange Corporation . . 

General Accident, Fire and Life Assur 
ance Corporation 

General Fire Insurance Co 

Great American Fire Insurance Co.... 

Glens Falls Insurance Co 

Globe & Rutgers Fire Insurance Co. ... 

Guardian Assurance Co 

Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co 

Home Insurance Co 

Hudson Bay Insurance Co 

Hand-in-Hand Insurance Co 

Imperial Underwriters' Corporation of 

Canada 

Insurance Co. of State Pennsylvania . . . 
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co 

London Assurance Corporation 

London Mutual Fire Insurance Co. . . . 

Law Union & Rock Insurance Co 

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance 

Co 

Liverpool Manitoba Insurance Co 

Mercantile Fire Insurance Co 

Merchants Fire Insurance Co 

Millers' National Insurance Co 

Millers' & Manufacturers' Insurance Co. 

Mount Royal Assurance 

Monarch Cash Mutual Fire Insurance.. 

National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford 

National Ben. Franklin Fire Insurance 

Co 



*5 P.A. 



Carried forward 



3,631 39 

1,983 49 

5,644 61 

408 80 

872 30 

446 02 
115 56 
824 71 
1,799 38 
524 50 

133 42 

485 49 
3,410 38 

351 88 
1 ,923 37 

534 35 
2,177 56 

341 84 
2,040 12 

958 23 
1,652 77 

284 44 

305 05 
1,000 95 

1,140 66 

213 17 

2,194 08 

637 91 

3,033 53 

3,458 81 

1,172 77 

6,957 58 

5,419 23 

766 23 

1,220 47 

452 78 
1,145 68 
3,454 84 
1,091 36 
2,184 09 

766 22 



5,083 06 
1,415 89 
1,603 77 
2,771 61 

402 36 
1,032 43 
1,817 67 

435 96 
2,224 35 

932 80 



84,879 92 



325,332 59 



325,332 59 



a66 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 12. 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.— Continued. 

4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 




Fire Insurance Cos. 
— Continued 



Miscellaneous 



Brought forward 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society.. 
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. 

North Empire Fire Insurance Co 

Northern Assurance Co 

North West Fire Insurance Co 

North Western National Insurance Co.. 
National Union Fire Insurance Co. oi 

Pittsburg 

Ontario Fire Insurance Co., 1916 

Occidental Fire Insurance Co 

Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co. 

Palatine Insurance Co 

Phenix Fire Insurance Co. of Paris 

Phoenix Assurance Co. of London 

Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. 

Provincial Insurance Co 

Providence Washington Insurance Co. . . 

Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

Queen Insurance Co. of America 

Queen City Fire Insurance Co 

Quebec Fire Assurance Co 

Royal Insurance Co 

Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation.... 
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co... 
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co. 
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co. 

Sun Insurance Office 

Stuyvesant Insurance Co 

Union Assurance Society of London .... 

Union of Paris Fire Insurance Co 

Waterloo Mutual Fire Insurance Co. . . . 

Westchester Fire Insurance Co 

Western Assurance Co 

Wellington Mutual Fire Insurance Co.. 
Yorkshire Insurance Co 

American & Foreign Marine Insurance 
Co 

American Surety Co. of New York 

Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of Can. 

British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. 

Canada Accident Assurance Co 

Canadian Surety Co 

Columbia Insurance Co. of Jersey City. . 

Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Acci- 
dent Insurance Co. 

Dominion Gresham Guarantee & Casualty 
Co 

Employers' Liability Assurance Co 

Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York . . . 

Firemen's Fund Insurance Co 

General Accideat Assurance Co. of Can . . 

General Animals Insurance Co. of Can. . 

Glens Falls Insurance Co 

Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 

Guarantee Co. of North America 

Carried forward 



84,879 92 


325,332 59 


3,618 66 




3,291 08 




622 64 




3,427 46 




436 01 




805 45 




1,290 85 




846 14 




353 72 




209 10 




805 67 




276 85 




2,567 07 




1.030 25 




244 30 




579 10 




647 32 




3,513 66 




1,458 77 




520 66 




5,769 21 




1 ,321 64 




1 ,327 83 




1,268 15 




909 75 




2,525 67 




885 23 




1,829 01 




443 81 




1,026 88 




373 00 




3,270 89 




639 37 




1,484 12 






134,499 24 




97 04 




32 70 




384 86 




43 08 




931 58 




254 28 




427 48 




2,536 55 




252 91 




3,217 35 




1 ,680 74 




49 42 




2,264 24 




217 12 




227 94 




1,463 76 




172 33 





14,253 38 459,831 83 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



ati? 



No. 12. 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.— Continued. 

4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 



From whom received. 




$ c. 


$ c. 






Brought forward 


14 ,253 38 

245 58 

6 50 

1,215 78 

60 06 

52 06 

121 38 

5,990 00 

380 50 

1,162 40 

240 32 

1,397 98 

774 04 

82 56 

70 99 

491 55 

652 58 

394 76 

4,256 09 
287 66 
532 45 
562 58 
68 
141 60 
219 26 
804 05 

2,136 99 
840 73 
368 12 

1,348 80 
1 02 

2,401 83 
342 70 


459,831 83. 


Miscellaneous — Con . 


Guardian Accident & Guarantee Co 

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection anc 1 
Insurance Co 




Imperial Guarantee & Accident Assur- 
ance Co -•• • 






Indemnity Mutual Marine Assurance Co. 
International Fidelity Insurance Co. ... 

Law Union & Rock Insurance Co. 

London Guarantee & Accident Co. 

Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance Co 

London & Lancashire Guaranteed Acci- 
dent Co. of Canada 






Marine Insurance Co 






Maryland Casualty Co 






Merchants Casualty Co. of Canada 

National Provincial Plate Glass Insur- 
ance Co 






New York Plate Glass Insurance Co. ... 
National Surety Co 






Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. . 

Queen Insurance Co. of America 

Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation 
North American Accident Insurance Co. 

Phoenix Insurance Co. of London 

Railway Passengers Assurance Co 

Reliance Marine ~nsurance Co 

Royal Exchange Assurance Co. of London 
Royal Exchange Assurance 






St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co. . . . 
Travellers' Indemnity Co. of Hartford . . 
Travellers' Insurance Co. of Hartford.. 
Thames & Mersey Marine Insurance Co. 
United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co.. 
United States Lloyds 






Western Assurance Co 




/ 


Yorkshire Insurance Co. 

British Mortgage Loan Co. of Ontario.. 

Brockville Loan & Savings Co 

Canada Landed & National Investment 
Co 




Loan Companies 


1 ,438 34 
512 31 

1,626 67 
7,133 86 
533 81 
1,377 06 
3,846 13 
1,276 05 

3,501 15 
364 48 

1,303 29 
628 07 

363 22 

121 55 

163 35 

1,043 79 


41,836 98 




Canada Permanent Mortgage Corporation 

Canadian Mortgage Investment Co 

Canadian Northern Prairie Land's Co. . . 

Central Canada Loan & Savings Co 

Colonial Investment & Loan Co 

Credit Foncier Franco Canadien for On- 
tario 






Crown Savings & Loan Co 






Dominion Savings & Investment Society 

Dyment Securities Loan & Savings Co.. 

East Lambton Farmers' Loan & Savings 

Co 






Edinburgh Canadian Mortgage Co 

Frontenac Loan & Investment Society . . 
Great West Permanent Loan Co 

Carried forward 






25,233 13 


501,668 81 



a68 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 12. 
THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.— Continued. 
4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 



From £whom received. 




$ c. 


$ c. 






Brought forward 


25,233 13 
499 48 

851 39 
1 ,493 93 
4,416 11 
1,143 12 

100 00 
1 ,835 94 
1,392 91 
1,029 71 
1,619 84 
1,051 51 

67 28 

2,512 86 

151 62 

543 25 

601 95 

496 64 

874 70 

253 51 

886 94 

100 00 

100 00 

705 53 

1,420 14 

3,532 90 

1,167 06 

2,106 57 

616 38 

200 00 

432 52 


501,668 81 


Loan Companies. — 
— Continued 


Grey & Bruce Loan Co 






Guelph, & Ontario Investment & Savings 
Society 






Hamilton Provident & Loan Society 

Huron & Erie Loan & Savings Co 

Industrial Mortgage & Saving Co. 

Imperial Loan Co for 1914 






Lambton Loan & Investment Co 

Landed Banking & Loan Co , 






London & Canadian Loan & Agency Co 

London Loan & Savings Co 

Midland Loan & Savings Co 






Niagara Falls Building, Savings & Loan 
Association 






Ontario Loan & Debenture Co 

Owen Sound Loan & Savings Society . . 
Oxford Permanent Loan & Savings Co . . 
People's Loan & Savings Corporation . . 
Port Arthur & Fort William Mortgage 
Corporation 






Provident Investment Co 






Real Estate Loan Co. of Canada 

Royal Loan & Savings Co 






Scottish-American Investment Co 

Scottish-Ontario & Manitoba Land Co. . . 
Security Loan & Savings Co 






Southern Loan & Savings Co 






Standard Reliance Mortgage Corporation 
Toronto Mortgage Co 






Toronto Savings & Loan Co 






Victoria Loan & Savings Co 






Walkerville Land & Building Co 

Waterloo County Loan & Savings Co. . . 

Bank of British North America 

Canadian Bank of Commerce 

Northern Crown Bank 




TBanks . 


7,366 66 

21 ,050 00 
2,064 75 

10,500 00 
7,400 00 
6,200 00 
4,747 36 

12,150 00 
2,950 00 

13 ,500 00 
7,950 00 

20,450 00 
2,650 00 

11,150 00 
8,600 00 

20,511 70 
9,767 76 
4,865 52 
9,800 00 

10,900 00 


57,436 92 








Dominion Bank 






Bank of Hamilton ." 






Banque d'Hochelaga 






Home Bank of Canada 






Imperial Bank of Canada 






La Banque Provinciale 






Merchants Bank of Canada 






Molsons Bank 






Bank of Montreal 






Banque Nationale 






Bank of Nova Scotia ... 






Bank of Ottawa 






Royal Bank of Canada 






Standard Bank 






Sterling Bank of Canada 






Bank of Toronto 






Union Bank of Canada . 






Carried forward 


194,573 75 








753,679 48 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a69 

* 



No. 12. 
THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.— Continued. 
4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 



From whom received. 





$ c. 


$ c. 




Brought forward 




753,679 48 


Trust Companies. . . . 


Brantford Trust Co., Limited 


681 22 

118 32 

686 59 

2,005 46 

887 95 

1,146 63 

4,380 67 

902 37 

1,449 48 

4,969 40 

2,351 72 

700 06 

1,730 39 

1,617 15 

1,054 62 

383 19 

1,277 81 

703 74 

884 88 

100 00 

100 00 






Consolidated Trusts Corporation 

Capital Trust Co. . . 






Canada Trust Co 






The Chartered Trust & Executor Co. . . . 
Mercantile Trust Co. of Canada, Ltd. . . 

National Trust Co. of Ontario 

Imperial Trust Co of Canada 






London & Western Trust Corporation . . 
Toronto General Trusts Corporation . . . 
Trusts & Guarantee Co 






Canada Permanent Trust Co 






Union Trust Co 






Royal Trust Co 






Sterling Trusts Corporation 






Fidelity Trust Co 






Montreal Trust Co 






Guardian Trust Co 






Prudential Trust Co 






British Empire Trust Co. for 1917 

British Empire Trust Co. for 1918 

Berlin & Northern Electric Railway . . . 
Brantford & Hamilton Electric Railway 
Cornwall Street Ry., Light & Power Co. . 
Gait, Preston & Hespeler Street Ry. Co . . 
Hamilton, Grimsby & Beamsville Electric 
Railway -. 


28,131 65 


Street Railways . . . 


32 60 
231 90 

40 00 
119 20 

225 90 

261 70 

2,747 95 

55 70 

381 94 

151 25 

1,107 33 

175 27 

38 70 

5,204 05 

36 40 

72 50 

1,051 05 

305 16 

18,001 33 

1,082 55 

575 55 

128 41 




Hamilton Radial Electric Railway 

Hamilton Street Railway Company 

Hamilton & Dundas Street Railway Co.. 
International Transit Co 




/ 


Kingston, Portsmouth & Cataraqui Elec- 
tric Railway Company 






London Street Railway Company 

Niagara, Welland & Lake Erie Railway. 
Oshawa Railway Co 






Ottawa Electric Street Railway Co 

Ottawa Northern & Western Ry. (C.P.R.) 
Preston & Berlin Street Railway Co. . . . 
Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Ry.. 
Sarnia Street Railway Co 






Toronto Railway Co 






Toronto & York Radial Railway 

Windsor, Essex & Lake Shore Ry 

Woodstock, Thames Valley & Ingersoll 
Railway Company . 








32,026 44 


Railways , 


282,166 49 
125,000 00 

47.160 30 
290.427 40 

16,926 05 




Canadian Northern Railway, on account 
Canada Southern Railway 






Grand Trunk Railway 

Lake Erie & Detroit River Railway 

Carried forward 






7bl ,680 24 


813,837 57 



a70 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 12. ] 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.— Continued. 

4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 



From whom received. 





$ c. 


$ c. 




Brought fonvard 


761 ,680 24 

175 15 

853 50 

55 00 

26 71 

1,554 00 


813,837 57 


Railways Contined . . 


International Railway Company 

Ottawa & New York Railway 




Thousand Islands Railway 






Thurlow Railway 




Gas and Electric 


Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway.. 
Acetylene Construction Co 


764,344 60 


Companies 


10 37 
137 32 
37 54 
3 60 
31 89 
42 52 

1 51 
127 36 

6,404 88 
73 40 
19 31 
16 36 
25 00 
269 75 
28 96 
256 00 

7,760 09 
46 06 
46 50 

2,400 00 

2,400 00 
50 00 

7 93 
500 00 

2 18 

3 39 
5 87 

15 47 

108 22 
42 50 

831 00 
12 00 

106 19 

113 39 

2,104 43 

297 82 

10 82 

273 17 

60 00 

3 ,690 87 

30 00 

21 39 

12 00 

1 95 

179 50 

8 00 
1,126 32 




Algoma Power Company 






Alvinston Power Co 






Attercliffe Gas Co 






H. C. Baird & Co 






J. Battle 






Benjamin Wheel Co., Limited 






H. Brown & Sons 






Canadian Niagara Power Co 

Canadian Copper Co 






Cardinal Electric Co 






Cargill, Limited 






Cataract Electric Company, 1917 

Cedar Rapids Transmission Co 

Chapleau Electric & Power Co 

City Gas Company of London 






Consumers' Gas Company 






P. Deagle 






Delhi Light & Power Co 






Dominion Natural Gas Co., 1917 

Dominion Natural Gas Co., 1918 

Drayton Mills, Ltd., 1917 






Dryden Timber & Power Co 






Essex County Light & Power Co 

W. H. Edwards 






Formosa Electric Light Co 






Fair & Mullett Electric Light Plant 

Fowlds Company, Limited 






Gananoque Electric Light & Water Sup- 
ply Company 






Georgian Bay Milling Co 






Great Lakes Power Co 






J H. Goodrich 






Gowganda Power Co., 1917 






Gowganda Power Co., 1918 






Hamilton Cataract Power, Light & Trac- 
tion Company 






Hamilton Electric Light & Power Co. . . 
Havelock Electric Light & Power Co. . . 
Hawkesbury Electric Light & Power Co., Ltd. 
Helena Costume Co., Limited 






Kaministiquia Power Co 






Kemptville Milling, Ltd., Heat & Power 
Company 






Knight Bros. Company, Limited 

Lakefield Electric Light Co 






Linwood Lighting Company 






Lincoln Light & Power Co 






L'Orignal Electric Light Plant 

Lome Power Company 






Carried forward 






29,752 83 


1,578,182 17 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



aTl 



No. 12. 
THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.-Continued. 
4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 



From whom received. 




Gas and Elect-" 
Companies. — Con. 



Car Companies 



Brought forward ., 29 752 83 



A. J. Lowick & Son 

Lucknow Electric Light Plant 

Mattawa Electric Light & Power Co. . . . 

Mildmay Electric Light Co 

W. P. Niles Electric Light & Power Plant 
Northern Canada Power Co., Limited . . 
Northern Ontario Light & Power Co. 

Northern Pipe Line Co 

Norwood Electric Light Plant 

Omemee Light & Power Plant 

Ontario & Minnesota Power Company . 

Ottawa Electric Company 

Ottawa Gas Company 

Peebles Electric Light, Heat & Power Co 

Pembroke Electric Light Co 

Petrolia Utilities Co 

Port Hope Gas Company 

Provincial Natural Gas Co 

Paisley Electric Light Co., 1917 

Rainy River Electric Light Co 

Rideau Power Co 

Renfrew Flour Mills 

Renfrew Power Co 

Ripley Acetylene Gas Co 

Rock Glen Power Co 

St. Lawrence Power Company 

Sarnia Gas & Electric Light Co 

Sauble Ff»Us Light & Power Co 

Saugeen Electric Light & Power Co. . . . 
Stormont Electric Light & Power Co. . 

Stratford Gas Company 

Sudbury Flour Mills 

Toronto Electric Light Co 

Toronto Power Company 

Toronto & Niagara Power Co., and To 

ronto Electric Development Co 

Teeswater Electric Light Plant, 1917 . . . 
Teeswater Electric Light Plant, 1918 . . . 

Union Natural Gas Co 

United Gas & Fuel Company 

Uxbridge Electric Light Plant 

Vankleek Hill Electric Company 

Wahnapitae Power Co., Limited 

Walkerton Electric Light & Power Co.. 

Wallaceburg Gas Company 

Wellarid Electrical Company 

Western Counties Electric Company . . . 
Westport Electric Light & Milling Co., 

1917 

Westport Electric Light and Milling Co., 1918 

Wenger Milling Co., 1917 

M. White 

Windsor Gas Company 

Consumers' Gas Company of Toronto 
Pullman Palace Car Company 



3 80 
5 00 

48 75 
9 20 

4 96 
4,626 37 
9,358 99 

267 32 
19 50 

5 50 
1 ,519 45 
1,766 23 
2,105 39 

7 20 

273 22 

107 78 

35 45 

300 00 

18 37 
46 36 
60 00 

4 38 

132 05 

4 60 

19 95 
685 53 
334 92 

38 87 

20 00 
223 22 
112 30 
300 50 

4,908 96 
1,000 00 

9,084 00 

3 00 

9 50 

2,600 00 

385 32 

3 00 

14 35 

380 68 

37 12 

238 02 

114 60 

418 31 

21 34 
10 09 

2 22 

7 50 
279 05 



1,578,182 17 



73,735 05 



Carried forvmrd 1 ,665,338 82 




421 60 



a72 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 12. 

THE [CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.— Continued. 
4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 



From whom received. 




$ c. 


$ c. 






Brought forward 




1,655,338 82 


Telephone Cos .... 


Beeton Telephone Company 


103 11 
31 ,617 00 

74 75 

86 95 
65 25 

108 25 

75 00 
125 00 
120 81 

87 50 
87 50 






Bell Telephone Company of Canada .... 
Bethesda & Stouffville Telephone Co. . . 
Consolidated Telephone Co 






Erie Telephone Company 






Norfolk County Telephone Company . . . 
Porcupine Telephone Lines, Limited . . 
Timiskaming Telephone Company .... 
Welland County Telephone Company . . 
United Telephone Co., 1917 






United Telephone Co., 1918 






Dominion Telegraph Company 

Montreal & G.N.W. Telegraph Company. 
North American Telegraph Company . . 

American Express Company 

Canadian Express Company 


32,551 12 
1 ,928 78 


Telegraph Cos 

Express Cos 


666 66 

1,231 36 

30 76 

5,600 00 

27,200 00 

32,000 00 

800 00 




Dominion Express Company 






Wells Fargo & Company 








65,600 00 
18,106 78 


Stamp Tax 




Race Meeting 






160 00 












1,773,685 50 



FIRE MARSHAL'S ACT. 

4 Geo. V., Cap. 41. 

Amended by Fire Marshal's Act, 1916. 



Fire Marshal Tax 



30,120 46 



1,803,805 96 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a73 



No. 13. 
CASUAL REVENUE. 



From whom received. 



Service. 



$ c. 




Clerks of the Peace and 
County Crown Attor- 
neys: 



Algoma 

Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Grey 

Haldimand 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kenora 

Kent 

Lambton 

I/anark 

Leeds and Grenville. 

Lennox and Adding- 
ton 

Lincoln 

Manitoulin 

Middlesex 

Muskoka 

Nipissing 

Norfolk 

Northumberland and 
Durham 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Parry Sound 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prince Edward . . . 

Rainy River 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas & 
Glengarry 

Sudbury 

Temiskaming 

Thunder Bay 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland . . . 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 

Toronto Police Court.. 

J. J. A. Weir, P.M 

Henry Taylor, P.M. . . . 

Alfred Miers, P.M 

Geo. B. Nicol, Clerk of 

Assize 

Factory Inspectors 



! 6 P.A. 



Attorney=GeneraPs 
Department 



Fines and forfeitures. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

Carried forward 



5,537 21 

2,736 80 

209 29 

5,141 76 

93 

264 96 

818 88 

112 14 

512 02 

81 03 

60 34 
720 00 
833 49 

1,455 09 
753 83 
987 36 

373 00 
180 91 

215 04 
304 32 
288 00 

2,570 58 
915 12 

1,170 67 
144 96 

318 92 
176 88 
131 52 
849 80 
171 88 
1,779 36 

3.715 92 
213 12 

374 40 
537 60 

61 95 

629 38 
5,599 73 
4,969 88 
2,998 08 

205 06 

416 64 
4,282 08 

334 08 

2.716 80 
7,486 43 

18,930 10 
70 00 
30 00 
45 00 

100 00 
202 02 



83,734 36 



a?4 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 13. 
CASUAL REVENUE.— Continued. 



From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Alex. Morris, Sheriff... 
Ontario College of Phar- 
macy 

Town of Iroquois Falls. 

J. C. Gibson, J.P 

H. C. Varin 


Brought forward . . . 

Attorney=GeneraPs 
Department — Cont. 

Fines and forfeitures....'. 

do 

do 
do 
Prisoners' fines 


83,734 36 

1 50 

80 00 

35 00 

1 00 

44 80 

87 60 

96 00 

9 20 

2,123 52 

207 00 


86,419 98 

82,294 13 
3,414 95 

69 00 
5,698 99 




Wm. Carney 


do 




D. -S. Bowlby 


do 




T. Penfold 


do 




Toronto Police Court.. 
Industrial Farm 


do 

do 






Surplus fees, R.S.O. 1914 
Cap. 17, etc 




Clerks of the Peace and 
Co. Crown Attorneys. 


2,995 80 
5,680 06 

1,228 06 

26,450 66 
8,953 25 
4,693 70 

29,627 60 
2,665 00 




Clerks, County Court.. 


Surplus fees. R.S.O. 1914. 
Cap. 17, etc 




Deputy Clerks of the 
Crown 


Surplus fees, R.S.O. 1914. 
Cap. 17, etc 




Local and Surrogate 
Registrars 


Surplus fees, R.S.O. 1914 
Cap. 17, etc 








Registrars of Deeds 


Surplus fees, R.S.O 1914. 
Cap. 17, etc 




Division Court Clerks.. 


Surplus fees, R.S.O. 1914. 
Cap. 17, etc 




Surrogate Court Judges 


Surplus fees, R.S.O 1914 
Cap. 17, etc 




Sheriffs 


Surplus fees, R.S.O 1914. 
Cap. 17, etc 




. , . 


Fees 




Local Master of Titles, 


1,711 51 
1,703 44 

18 00 

6 00 
21 00 

3 00 

7 50 
13 50 




Local Master of Titles. 


do 




Geo W Goodwin 


Jury fees 




T. J. Meagher 

TAT Smellie 


do 




do 




T. Tasker . 


do 




Wm. Carney 


do 




W H Elliott 


do 






Fees 




Ontario Railway and 

Municipal Board 

Provincial Police 


54 90 
5,644 09 




do 




Police Magistrate's fees... 
do 




W. J. White 


24 48 

119 50 

1,568 35 

92 75 

40 00 

138 23 

64 32 

20 00 

320 04 

164 00 

257 50 




D M. Brodie 




S. Atkinson 


do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 






T. J. McKay 

J. J. O'Connor 

W. W. O'Brien 

A. C. Vaughan 

R. H. Pronger 

S. J. Dempsey 

C. J. Hollands 

Thos. Stoddart 






Carried forward .... 


2,809 17 


177,897 05 





191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a75 



No. 13. 
CASUAL REVENUE.— Continued. 



From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 


$ c, 


$ c. 


G. A. Jordan 


Brought forward 

Attorney =General's 
Department— Cont. 

Police Magistrate's Fees. . 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Estreated Bail 


2,809 17 

27 80 

31 50 

3 00 

9 25 

26 65 

10 50 

252 00 

23 00 

73 75 

6 00 

20 45 

38 00 


177,897 05 

3,331 07 
2,116 80 

130,359 79 

18,034 58 

5 37 

13 35 

1 35 

2 00 

7 65 

1 85 

4 20 

250 00 

50 00 

10 40 

92 50 

4 00 






J. E. Depew 




W. H. Boler 




J. A. Hough 

F. W. Major 




T. E. Williams 

M. House . 




C. McArthur 




C. M. McCarthy 

W. 0. Chapman 

McKessock & Miller . . . 
W. L. Haight 








W. F. Langworthy 
T D Cowper 


192 00 

1,440 00 

484 80 




do 




F L iSmilpv 


do 






Escheated Estates 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Unclaimed moneys 

Estate Thor Iron Works, 
Ltd., in liquidation .... 

Estate Boundary Coal Min- 
ing Syndicate, in liqui- 
dation 




Frank H. A. Arthurs.. 
Alex. Brown 


680 91 

842 52 

1,487 17 

4,042 16 

38 91 

141 60 

599 37 

2,321 63 

2,395 45 

973 08 

10 10 

90 05 

111 58 

127 00 

7 85 

69 72 

396 85 

116,023 84 




J. J. Duffy 




Jno. Graham 

Frederick Hales 

Sarah Hellan 

Margaret Isaac 

Hannah Kelley 

Annie Lincoln 

Thos. Osborne 

G. Rondiville 




Frederick Smith 

Annie Steacey 

Wm. Wilding 




Jno. Wynes 




Mary C. McGarr 

Wm. Aspel 




Rev. Geo. Brophy 




Division Court Clerks . . 
Unclaimed Dividends.. 

do 


321 08 
17,500 00 

213 50 






Overpayment 




Towers Canadian Co. . . 






Might Directories 


do 






Lailey, Trimble, Ltd. . . 


do 






Gordon N. Shaver 


do 






Attorney-General 


Amount confiscated with 
Illegal Slot Machine 






Ontario Railway and 
Municipal Board 


Rebate on Railway Ticket . 
Copies of Orders-in-Council 
Return of witness fees. . 






Various persons 






A. Irving, Sudbury 






C W. Chadwick 


Warrant, 1917 






Provincial Police 


Rebate on Accident Policy 
Allowance on old type- 
writers 






Typewriter Companies. 






C. C. Piatt 


Amount charged in error 
re attending Court . 












Total Attorney-General's 
Dept 




332,181 96 
332,181 96 




Carried forward .... 




! 



a?6 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 13. 
CASUAL REVENUE.— Continued. 



From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 




Brought forward . . . 






332,181 96 


Amusements Tax 

Moving Picture Li- 
censes, etc 

King's Printer 

Sundry Persons 

Ontario Civil Service.. 


Treasury Department 

Revenue 




531,565 48 

85,760 55 

27,789 44 

2,734 00 

3,397 49 

2,100 00 

13 40 

258 00 

623 31 

7 00 
50 00 

1 00 
525 00 

20 

22 50 

7 35 

214 27 

765 98 

58,838 46 


do 






do 






Sale of Wolf Skins 






Repayments on Fidelity 
Bonds 






Sundry Persons 

Librarian, L. A 

Sundry Persons 

Bank of Montreal, Carl 
ton St. Branch 

Home Bank 


Private Detective Licenses 
Lost books, etc 










Travelling Show Licenses 

Premiums on deposits of 
United States currency. 

Premiums on deposits of 
United States currency. 

Premiums on deposits of 
United States currency. 

Overpayment, J. C. McCort 

do re law stamps 

Excess commission on law 

stamps 






581 93 
18 88 
22 50 




Can. Bank of Commerce 




King's Printer 

M. Brennan 










H. Endaoott 










Sir John Willi son . 


Re adjustment of accounts. 
Postage for Return of De- 
bentures 






J. & W. Seligman 






Succession Duty Office 


Allowance on old type- 
writers 






Moving Picture Office. . 


Rebates re railway tickets 
Balance, recruiting grant. 
do do 






Lieut.Ool. A. L. Noble . . 






Oapt. A. G. Hamilton.. 






Finance Dept., Ottawa. 


Chinese capitation tax . . . 








Total Treasury Dept. 

Education Department 

Overpayment 










714,673 43 


Methodist Book Room 


2 50 

10 88 


13 38 

3 00 

182 13 

1 20 

417 46 

56 94 




do 


do 






do 




Durham 






J. W. Pearce 


Balance of warrant, 1917. 

Rebate on railway tickets. 

Repayment of superan- 
nuation allowance by 
Teachers 






jSundry Persons 






do 






J M. Abel 


Returned cheque 

do 


38 66 

18 28 




J. N. Lapieu . 






Total Education Dept... 








674 11 


r 

Burroughs Adding Ma- 
chine Co 


Game and Fishery 
Department 

Overpayment 




4 00 
1,000 00 

57 85 




Geo. H. Rapsey 


Warrant 1917 






Dunlop Tire & Rubber 
Co 


For damage to car 








Total Game and Fishery 
Dept 










1,061 85 




Carried forward .... 






1,048,591 35 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a77 



No. 13 
CASUAL REVENUE— Continued 



From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 

J 


m $ c. 


$ c. 




Brought forward 






1,048,591 35 


Walker Sons, Limited. 
De Laval Co., Peterboro' 

W. L. Hamilton 

Dufferin Board of Agri- 
culture . 


Department of Agriculture 

Overpayment 


3 00 
392 68 

19 20 

25 00 
9 23 

4 26 


453 37 

9 00 

25 00 

52 50 
22 15 

153,825 00 

29,873 80 
134,622 29 

60,000 00 


do 




do 




do 




Sawyer-Massey Co 

do 


do 




do 




W. H. Galloway 


Overpayment in grant . . . 




T. Hall 


Cheque returned 






Typewriter Company.. 


Allowance on old type- 
writer 






Sundry Persons 


Rebates on railway ticket? 
Sale of tractors 














Revenue from work done 
by tractors 








Sale of seed wheat 








Grant from Dominion 
Government re Greater 
Food Production 








Total Dept. of Agricul- 
ture 




378,883 11 


County Treasurers 

Prisons and Asylums . . 

Board of Health 

do 


Provincial Secretary's 
Department 

Removal of lunatics 




12,998 12 

2 70 
9 16 

379 85 

517 60 

119 62 

5 00 

50 

84 00 




Rebate on railway ticket. . 
do do 
do do 

Medical Health Officer's 
salary 


2 15 
25 
30 




Various Districts 






A R White 


Warrant, 1917 


179 85 
200 00 






do 






Overpayment 






509 10 
8 50 




McAinsh & Co 


do 




Payments by Munici- 
palities 




Neglected Children, 
Branch 










Registrar-General 


Allowance on old binder. . 






T. E. Fox . 


Cheque returned 






Board of Health 


Sale of motor truck 








Total Provincial Secre- 
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14,116 55 




OarrHed Forward 








1,441,591 01 









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No. 1 



No* 13 
CASUAL REVENUE— Continued. 



From whom received. 



Service. 



$ c, 



$ c. 



$ c. 



Sundry Persons 

Town of Aylmer 

Township of Whitby. . 

do Darlington 

do EL Whitby. 

do Clarke . . . 

do Hope 



Sundry Persons 
Insurance Company 



Sundry Persons 
A. McKay (1912) 
D. Latriellie 



Stationary Engineers. . 
Steam Boiler Branch . . 
Trades and Labour Br 
Telegraph Companies . 



Bell Telephone Co 

do 
Sault Ste. Marie . , 
Sundry Persons . . 



Dominion Government 
for Whitby Hospital 



A. L. McDonald 
Wm. Crawford . 
Wm. Kennedy . 
J. M. Short .... 
Jno. McAinsh . 
P. J. Mulvehill 
C. L. Falsteam . . 

do 
W. W. Pringle . 
F. J. P. Crean . 
A. B. Charlebois 
W. H. Howey . . 
S. Spall 



Brought forward 



Department of Public 
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Sale of maps 

Sale of material 

7 Geo. V, chap. 16, sec. 11, 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Rebate on railway tickets 
Rebate on policies 



Total Dept. 
Highways 



of Public 



Department of Lands, 
Forests and Mines 

Rebate on railway tickets 

Cheque returned 

do 



97 75 

1,235 07 

1,234 11 

638 64 

2,046 00 



20 00 
18 75 



Total Dept. of Lands 
Forests and Mines . . 



Public Works Department 

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Commissions on telegrams 
Parliament Buildings . . 



Pay stations 

Overpayment 

Rent of gaol residence.... 

Sale of material, etc., re 
bridges, Colonization 
Roads and Government 
Buildings 



Work done and material 
supplied 



Balance of warrant, 1917 



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13,990 86 
9,994 84 
2,607 55 



1,444 53 



31,791 90 



40 48 
16 50 



5,251 57 
10 85 
33 10 



17 45 
38 75 



26,593 25 
1,731 01 

17 96 

7 00 

228 00 



28 37 

25 

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247 72 

928 47 

156 50 

136 10 

100 00 

20 59 

50 00 

80 00 

151 00 

1 15 



33,236 43 



1,959 80 



63,773 45 



1,441,591 01 



5,352 50 



56 20 



1,446,999 71 



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$ c, 



$ c. 



$ c. 



Insurance Companies . . 
Bell Telephone Co 



Public Utilities Com- 
mission, London 

St. Alban's Pro. Cathed- 
ral, Kenora 

D. H. Mcintosh 



Hamilton Bridge Works 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co. 
Can. Pacific Railway . . . 

Typewriter Company . . 

United Typewriter Co.. 

Sundry Persons 



Brought forward 



Public Works Depart- 
ment— Cont. 

Losses by fire at Osgoode 
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Adjustment of sundry ac- 
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Overcharge for lighting. 



Re light and heat 

Overpayment re account- 
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Clerk, Legislative As- 
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Clerk, Legislative As- 
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Allowance on old type- 
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Allowance on typewriter 
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Rebates on railway tickets 



Total Public Works De 
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Total . 



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598 50 

100 08 

12 61 

25 00 

236 25 



589 33 
12 50 



45 00 
37 75 



10,784 26 
5 00 



1,446,999 71 



65,430 47 



10,789 26 

15 00 

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a80 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 

No. 14. 

TEMISKAMING AND NORTHERN ONTARIO' RAILWAY. 

Expenditure to October 31st, 1918. 

Amount charged to Capital account to October 31st, 1916. 

See Public Accounts, 1917— Statement No. 14 $21,593,869 99 

Advances by Government during fiscal year ending Oct. 31st, 1918 228,874 14 



Total charged to Capital account of Railway to October 31st, 1918 $ 21,822,744 13 



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No. 16. 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO LOAN (Canadian) 
6 George V., Cap 18. 

$225,000.00. Series " R." 

Bonds, 5 per cent. Principal due July 2nd, 1927. Issued under Central Ontario Power 
Act. 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO LOAN 
7 Geo. V., Cap. 2. 

$2,000,000.00. 

Principal due, January 15th, 1923. 

Proceeds, see Statement No. 1 $2,000,000 00 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO LOAN (Canadian) 
7 Geo. V., Cap. 2. 

$3,000,000.00. Series " T " and " U." 

Bonds, 6 per cent. Principal due, February 1st, 1928. 

$2,000,000.00 $1,940,00 00 

Accrued interest 6,904 20 

$1,000,000.00 990,000 00 

Accrued interest 5,424 70 

Net proceeds, see Statement No. 1 $2,942,328 90 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO LOAN (Canadian) 

8 George V., Cap 2. 

$6,000,000.00. Series "V", " W ", "X", "Y". 

Bonds, 6 per cent. 

Series "V", Principal due May 15, 1928. 

$3,000,000.00 $2,984,700 00 

Accrued interest 7,080 86 

— ■ $2,991,780 86 

Series "W", Principal due May 15, 1928. 

$1,000,000.00 $994,900 00 

Accrued interest 4,315 10 

$999,215 10 

Series " X ", Principal due May 15, 1928. 

$250,000.00 $248,725 00 

Accrued interest 1,684 94 

$250,409 94 

Series " Y ", Principal due August 15, 1928. 

$1,750,000.00 $1,741,075 00 

Accrued interest 4,010 96 

. $1,745,085 96 



Net proceeds, see Statement No. 1 $5,986,491 86 



1917-18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a89 

., 

STATEMENT— SALE OF TREASURY BILLS. 

$500,000.00. Series " U." 7 George V., Oap. 2. 

Bills issued, May 1st, 1918, "due November 1st, 1918; interest 6 per cent. 

Amount issued as above $500,000 00 

Discount, May 1st to November 1st 15,123 33 

Net proceeds, see Statement No. 1 $484,876 67 

$1,000,000.00. Series "V." 7 George V., Cap. 2. 

Bills issued, May 2nd, 1918, due November 2nd, 1918. Interest, 6 per cent, per annum. 

Amount credited, Ontario Treasury — see .Statement No. 1 $1,000,000 00 

$3,000,000.00. Series, " W." R.S.O. 1914, cap. 39, sec. 14. 

Bills issued, October 22nd, 1918, due, April 22nd, 1919. Interest, 6 per cent, per annum. 

Amount credited to Ontario Treasury. See Statement No. 1 $3,000,000 00 



a90 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 17. 

MUNICIPAL SECURITIES. 

8 Bdw. VII.. Cap. 51. 

Municipal Sinking: Funds on deposit with the Province of Ontario to October 31st, 

1918, with interest. 



Municipality. 


By-Law. 


Amount. 


Amount. 


Cities — 

Belleville 

do 


1,595 
1,637 
1,667 
1,871 
1,980 

1,759 
1,766 
1,771 
1,777 
1,837 
1,838 
2,303 
2,304 

Various 

499 

736 

766 

B 822 

62 
63 

53 

72 

215 

450 
486 

409 
410 
442 
443 

479 
480 

215 
731 
41 
1,323 
639 
640 
641 
659 
666 
673 
675 
685 
687 
715 
717 


$ c. 
5,052 81 
5,003 80 
5,003 80 
4,597 96 
442 09 


$ c 


do 




do 




do .:..:::.:::::::::..:..:::::::.::::::: 






20,100 46 


St. Thomas 


2,965 53 
4,986 34 
6,498 59 
3, 249 20 
13,316 55 
1,957 59 
486 48 
1,440 58 


do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 






34,900 86 
356,240 77 


St. Catharines . 




Towns— 
Almonte 




5,520 45 


Brockville 


16,037 56 
3,703 49 
2,187 79 

685 52 
685 52 




do 




do 




Bruce Mines 


21,928 84 


do 






1,371 04 


Cobalt 


74,503 74 

13,576 27 

5,971 10 


do 




do 






94,051 11 


Gananoque 


2,307 53 
8,435 43 


do 






10,742 96 


Gravenhurst 


2,880 58 
3,451 09 
992 19 
800 95 
366 72 
780 95 


do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




Haileybury 


9,272 48 
13,764 62 


Ingersoll 




15,089 07 


Latchford 




1,889 29 


Oshawa 




6,673 13 


Prescott 


1,336 10 
3,378 25 
840 22 
1,242 20 
923 44 
364 56 
323 71 
986 92 
438 65 
146 92 
103 67 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 






10,084 64 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a91 



No. 17. 
MUNICIPAL SECURITIES.- 


-Continued. 


i 


Municipality. 


By-Law. 


Amount. 


Amount. 


St. Mary's 


139 
194 
201 
210 
217 
239 
254 
259 
271 
272 
275 
293 
303 
308 
332 

17 

404 
408 

75 
100 
114 

677 

724 

737 

766 

824 

875 

889 

904 

905 

909 

912 

918 

924 

927 

946 

961 

967 

993 

994 

1,001 

1,003 

1,029 

1,065 

1,066 

1,088 

1,089 

4 


$ c. 

1,019 08 

3,421 59 

1,136 57 

3,409 96 

4,191 74 

3,156 51 

578 37 

234 93 

384 21 

171 84 

859 37 

2,119 78 

708 13 

260 83 

52 59 


1 

$ c. 


do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 






21,705 50 
2,497 96 


Thornbury .* 




tillages- 


1,855 72 
1,248 71 


do 






3,104 43 


Beaverton 


2,235 29 

919 65 

1,502 47 

15,444 72 

3,820 53 

1,774 34 

2,602 44 

8,580 19 

4,905 90 

1,990 70 

66 73 

61 15 

1,710 39 

2,470 56 

5,138 14 

225 67 

695 29 

2,294 20 

880 69 

71 51 

455 70 

1,487 04 

24 41 

573 52 

710 97 

939 60 

221 71 

253 23 

73 79 






do 




rownships— 


4,657 41 


do 








do 








do 








do 








do 








do 








do 








do 




do 




do 




do 




do 








do 




do 




do 








do 




Carr 


57,473 12 
256 18 

3,900 68 


Collingwood 


9 

9 81 

1,000 

1,002 

1,027 




Etobicoke 


2,827 87 

7,899 42 

287 68 

2,212 16 






do 









a92 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 17. 
MUNICIPAL SECURITIES.— Concluded. 



Municipality. 


By-Law. 


Amount. 


Amount. 


Etobicoke — Continued 

do 


1,028 
1,034 
1,035 
1,036 

432 
31 

44 & 50 
54 

160 
647 
648 
683 

547 
567 
586 
601 
601 
604 
605 

928 
968 


$ c. 

3,257 04 

458 89 

227 01 

206 07 


$ c. 


do 




do 




do 






17,376 14 
4,085 70 


Logan 




O'Connor 


430 13 
629 22 
343 99 


do 




do 




Mclrvine 


1,403 34 
987 92 


Saltfleet 


2,242 84 

2,472 15 

188 49 




do 




do 




Counties — 
Lincoln 


4,903 48 


6,975 00 
18,473 14 

6,965 42 
858 44 
515 07 

3,071 61 

4,232 42 


do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 






33,091 10 


Welland 


11,497 73 
3,780 70 


do 






15,278 43 








772,351 11 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a93 



No. 18. 

Statement of the Sinking Funds of the Province of Ontario, Showing the amount 

invested to October 31st, 1918. 



Loan. 



£1,200,000 
3! per cent. 



£1,640,547- 
18-11 
4 percent. 



£817,294 
4| per cent. 



Nature of Investment. 



Amount invested in inscribed stock to October 31st, 
1918— 

3|% stock, £72,859 7 7 
4 fr stock, 10,499 3 3 
4|% stock, 19,847 14 2 



Amount invested in inscribed stock to October 31st 
1918— 

%\% stock, £16,034 13 2 
4 % stock, 51,709 3 8 
4|% stock, 18,445 18 4 



Amount invested in inscribed stock to October 31st, 
1918— 

3|% stock, £3,611 7 10 
4 % stock, 3,691 17 2 
4J% stock, 11,367 10 10 



Sterling. 



£ s. d. 



103,206 5 



86,189 15 2 



18,670 15 10 



Currency. 



501,582 36 



418,882 22 



90,740 06 



a94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 19. 

Statement showing amounts payable annually for certificates issued by the Treasurer 
of the Province for "Aid to Railways" and Annuities. 



Year. 


Railway Aid 
Certificates. 


Annuities. 


Year. 


Railway Aid 
Certificates. 


Annuities. 


1918... 


$ c. 


$ c. 

51,450 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

96,200 00 

82,500 00 

69,350 00 

56,950 00 

50,700 00 

50,700 00 

50,700 00 

43,700 00 

32,700 00 

28,700 00 

28,700 00 

24,700 00 


' Forward.... 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1940 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 «... 

1948 

1949 

1950 


$ c. 

2,290,755 58 

1'05,090 01 
94,459 80 
90,961 80 
86,122 35 
82,239 02 
67,943 75 
31,818 40 
24,920 51 
22,695 08 
18,251 86 
18,251 86 
18,251 86 
18,251 86 
6,871 26 
699 60 


$ c. 

1,181,550 00 

16,700 00 
9,200 00 


1919 


139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
138,412 94 
134,914 94 
127,918 94 
125,120 54 
123,021 74 
111,128 54 


1920 


2,850 00 


1921 


1922 




1923 




1924 




1925 




1926 




1927 




1928 




1929 




1930 




1931 




1932 




1933 




1934 




1935 








Forward 


2,290,755 58 


1,181,550 00 


Totals . . 


2,977,584 60 


1,210,300 00 



NOTE.— Present value of Railway certificates, October 31st, 1918 (interest 1J per 

cent, half yearly). $2,078,738 51 

Present value of Annuities, October 31st, 1918 (interest If per cent, half 

yearly) $969, 296 22 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a95 



No. 20. 
Aid to Railways from Confederation to October 31st, 1918. 



Name of Railway. 



Algoma Eastern 

Algoma Central & Hudson Bay Railway 

Bay of Quinte 

Belleville and North Hastings 

Brantford, Norfolk & Port Burwell 

Bruce Mines & Algoma 

Canada Central 

do 

do : 

Canada Southern 

Central Counties 

do 

Central Ontario 

Cobourg, Peterboro' & Marmora 

Credit Valley 

Canada Atlantic 

Erie & Huron 

Grand Trunk, Georgian Bay & Lake Erie 

Grand Junction 

do , 

G.T.K. Assignee of Magnetawan River Railway 

Grand Trunk Pacific 

Hamilton & North Western 

do do 

Hamilton & Lake Erie 

Huntsville & Lake of Bays 

Irondale, Bancroft & Ottawa 

James Bay 

Kingston & Pembroke 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Lake Simcoe Junction 

Lindsay, Bobcaygeon & Pontypool 

London, Huron & Bruce 

Montreal and Ottawa 

Midland ; .... 

do ; ; . ; ; ; ; ; 

do 

North Simcoe 

Northern Extension 

do ...;.'.;; 

Ontario & Rainy River 

Ontario, Belmont & Northern 

Ottawa, Arnprior & Parry Sound 

Pembroke Southern 

Prince Arthur's Landing 

Prince Edward County 

Port Dover & Lake Huron \ 

Port Arthur, Duluth & Western 

Parry Sound Colonization 

Stratford & Lake Huron 

Toronto, Grey & Bruce 

do ; 

Toronto & Nipissing 

do 

Tillsonburg, Lake Erie & Pacific . . 

Thessalon & Northern 

Victoria 

do ...!!!!!!!!! 

Wellington, Grey & Bruce .....'. 

Whitby, Port Perry & Lindsay 

Ottawa & New York (International Bridge) .. 
Dominion Bridge Co. (Interprovincial Bridge) 



Miles. 



Totals 



53. 

99.81 

28.45 

22. 

33.27 

17. 

20.029 

20. 

7.531 
62.901 
31. 

7. 
50.500 

9.37 
153.061 
65.72 
40.556 
79.3 
45.86 
20. 

1.86 

188.16 

95.464 

48.052 

33.48 

1.50 
44.77 

3.70 
20. 
15. 
11.58 
13.74 
28.42 
26.50 
17.53 
69.146 
50. 
20.40 
19.60 
14.53 
33.343 
• 42.72 
27.68 
268.20 

9.57 

149.43 

18.50 

5.995 
32. 
63. 
80. 
47.75 
27.5 
73.52 
77.62 
33.439 
12.778 
19.108 

1.929 

33.442 

22.310 

120.638 

45.745 



Rate. 



2,836.007 



$ c. 
5,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,650 00 
2,650 00 
2,650 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
" 4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00, 
2,000 00 
cash 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
cash 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,650 00 
3,250 00 
7,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,250 00 
4,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
cash 
4,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
certificates 
certificates 



Subsidy Voted. 



$ c. 

265,000 00 

199,620 00 

85,350 00 

66,000 00 

66,540 00 

51,000 00 

53,000 00 

53,000 00 

19,957 15 

125,802 00 

62,000 00 

8,400 00 

151,500 00 

18,740 00 

459,183 00 

262,880 00 

81,112 00 

158,600 00 

137,580 00 

40,000 00 

10,000 00 

376,320 00 

238,660 00 

144,156 00 

66,960 00 

10,000 00 

134,310 00 

14,800 00 

40,000 00 

39,750 00 

37,635 00 

96,180 00 

237,360 00 

53,000 00 

52,590 00 

138,292 00 

100,000 00 

40,800 00 

44,100 00 

58,120 00 

83,357 50 

85,440 00 

110,720 00 

,072,800 00 

19,140 00 

448,290 00 

55,500 00 

11,990 00 

80,000 00 

126,000 00 

240,000 00 

143,250 00 

55,000 00 

220,560 00 

155,240 00 

66,878 00 

38,334 00 

38,216 00 

5,000 00 

133,768 00 

178,480 00 

241,276 00 

91,490 00 

35,000 00 

50,000 00 



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a98 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 

No. 22. 

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF THE PROVINCE. 

October 31st, 1918. 

Cash and Debenture Assets. 

Bank Balances: — 

Current Account $1,395,244 85 

Special deposits bearing interest 3,800,000 00 

$5,195,244 85 

(Including Federal Subsidy for Agriculture, unex- 
pended, $33,678.03, and Reception Hospitals for 
Insane Fund, $4,008.75.) 
Sinking Funds: — 

Amount of stock purchased for the Province for sinking 
fund by the Bank of Montreal, Fiscal Agents, to the 
31st October, 1918. 
One-half of 1 per cent, per annum on the principal : 
£1,200,000 Loan, 5 Edw. VII., cap. 2 and 3. 

£109,549 5s. 6d. at par of exchange • • $532,409 46 

£1,640,547 18s. lid. Loan, 8 Edw. VII., cap. 11 and 12. 

£93,500 6s. Id. at par of exchange 454,411 47 

£817,294 Loan, 4 Geo. V., cap. 9. 

£21,613 6s. 9d. at par of exchange 105,040 83 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Sinking Fund payment 515,091 20 

Debentures: — v 

Drainage Debentures, Municipal $261,156 96 

Tile Drainage Coupons 553,940 55 

Sault Ste. Marie Debentures 25,572 50 

Village of Eganville Debentures 11,898 79 

Town of Cochrane Debentures 39,621 80 

Township of Whitney Debentures 16,673 08 

Township of TIsdale Debentures 25,852 35 

$934,716 03 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, amount ex- 
pended to October 31st, 1918. See Statement No. 14 21,822,744 13 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, amount ad- 
vanced to October 31st, 1918 $28,183,618 72 

Less Sinking Fund payments with accrued interest 515,091 20 

27,668,527 52 

(Interest and Sinking Fund to be paid by Muni- 
cipalities.) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, for purchase of the 

Electric Power System. 6 Geo. V. Cap. 18 8,350,000 00 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, for purchase of certain 

pulp and timber in the Township of Bruton. 6 Geo. V, 

Cap. 18 225,000 00 

Balance due from sale of Cetnral Prison and Toronto 

Asylum properties 564,320 00 

Northern Development Branch: — 

Seed Grain Notes outstanding $63,296 61 

Returned Soldiers' Loan Account 27,000 00 

. 90,296 61 

Northern Development Branch: — 

Settlers' Houses, Farm Buildings, Live Stock, Plant, Equipment, and 

Cash Balance, unexpended * -. 415,516 79 

Settlers' Loans outstanding 392,864 52 

Estimated amount outstanding on Crown Lands and interest 1,100,000 00 

Estimated amount outstanding on Timber Dues, Bonus, etc., 31st October, 

1918 • • 1,200,000 00 



1917-18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a£9 

Trust Fund of the Province held by the Dominion. 

Common School Fund (See Consolidated Statutes, c. 26), 
1,000,000 acres set apart (proceeds realized to 31st 
December, 1917), after deducting Land Improvement 
Fund, $2,642,057.26, portion belonging to Ontario as per 
population of 1911 1,472,968 41 

Note. — See Awards, Sessional Papers, 1900 and 1901. 

Common School Fund, Montmorency Bridge Debentures 
paid over to the Dominion re Quebec Turnpike Trust, 
$6,000.00, portion belonging to Ontario as per population 

of 1911 3,345 05 

1,476,313 46 

$71,042,496 87 
Assets — Public Buildings and Lands. 

Present value of Buildings and Lands on which they stand and surround- 
ing areas belonging to the Province, October 31st, 1918 22,555,103 43 

Estimated Assets — Resources. 

Pine Timber $132,000,000 00 

Pulpwood Timber, Ties, Poles, Hardwood, etc 225,000,000 00 

Mining Lands and Profits 100,000,000 00 

Agricultural Lands 15,000,000 00 

Water Powers ... . 20,000,000 00 

Sand, Gravel, etc 1,000,000 00 

District of Patricia, area of 146,000 miles, Timber, Fish- 
eries, Furs and Mining Possibilities 10,000,000 00 

$503,000,000 00 

Taxable property in Ontario, actually assessed by Municipalities, over. .$2,000,000,000 00 



alOO PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 



Direct Liabilities of the Province. 

(1) Ontario Government Inscribed Stock (London, Eng., 

Joan), 5 Edward VIL, cap. 2 and 3, Z\< 2 per cent., 
principal due 1st January, 1946, for construction 
of Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, 
£1,200,000, at par or exchange $5,840,004 00 

(2) Ontario Government Inscribed Stock (London., Eng., 

loan), 8 Edward VII., cap. 11 and 12, 1 George V., 
cap. 4, and 2 George V., cap. 2, 4 per cent., principal 
due May 1st, 1947, lor construction of Temiskaming 
and Northern Ontario Railway, etc., £1,640,547 18s. 
1 Id., at par of exchange 7,984,000 00 

(3) Ontario Government Inscribed Stock (London, Eng., 

loan). 4 George V., cap. 9, 4 1 ,- per cent., principal 

due January 1st, 1965, £817,294, at. par of exchange 3,977,497 47 

(4) Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 5 Edward VI 1., 

cap. 2, and 6 Edward VII., cap. 4 (Canadian loan), 
V/-z per cent., principal due July 1st, 1926, and 
July 1st, 1936, for construction of Temiskaming and 
Northern Ontario Railway 3,000,000 00 

(5) Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 5 Edward VII., 

cap. 2 and 3 (Canadian 1 loan), 4 per cent., principal 
due June 1st, 1939, for construction of Temiskaming 
and Northern Ontario Railway 1,150,000 00 

(6) "A" Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 8 Edward 

VIL, cap. 12, and 9 Edward VIL, cap. 8 (Canadian 

loan), 4 per cent;, principal due June 1st, 1939 3,500,000 00 

(7) " B " Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 1 George \ '., 

cap. 9, and 8 Edward VIL, cap. 12 (Canadian loan), 
Algonquin Park Loan and Purchase Act, 4 per cent., 
principal due May 1st, 1941 500,000 00 

(8) "C" and " D " Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 

8 Edward VIL, cap. 12, and 1 George V., cap. 4 (Cana- 
dian loan), 4 per cent., principal due November 1st, 
1941 3,000,000 00 

(9) " E," " F " and " G " Ontario Government Bonds, R.S.O., 

1914, cap. 39, sec. 14, and R.S.O., 1914, cap. 21 (Cana- 
dian loan), 5 per cent., principal due October 1st, 
1919 '. 3,000,000 00 

(10) "H" Ontario Government Bonds, R.S.O., 1914, cap. 39, 

sec. 14, due February Jst, 1920 (Canadian loan), 

5 per cent 3,000,000 00 

(11) " K" Ontario Government Bonds, 4 Geo. V., cap. 9, and 

5 Geo. V., cap. 5, due April 15th, 1920 (Canadian 

loan), 5 per cent 1,000,000 00 

(12) "L" Ontario Government Bonds, 5 Geo. V., cap. 4, due 

May 1st, 1925 (Canadian loan), 4y 2 per cent 4,000,000 00 

(13) Ontario Government Bonds (Canadian loan), 6 George 

V., cap. 2, 5 per cent., due June 1st, 1926 4,000,000 00 

(14) " M " Ontario Government Bonds, 6 George V., cap. 18, 

4 per cent., due March 1st, 1926 8,360,000 00 

(For purchase of certain Water Powers.) 



1917-18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. alOl 

(15) "N" Ontario Government Bonds, R.S.O., 1914, cap. 39, 

due December 1st, 1926, 5 per cent 2,000.000 00 

(16) " P " Ontario Government Bonds, 2 Geo. V., cap. 2, due 

January 1st, 1923, 5 per cent 1,000,000 00 

(17) "R" Ontario Government Bonds, 6 George V., cap. 18, 

due July 2nd, 1927 4 5 per cent. t 225,000 00 

(IX) Loan from Dominion of Canada, 7 George V., 

cap. 2, due January 15th, 1923, 6V. per cent. 2,000,000 00 

(19) "T" and "U" Ontario Government Bonds, 7 George 

V., cap. 2, due February 1st, 1928, 6 per cent ' 3,000,000 00 

(20) "V," " W," "X," "Y," Ontario Government Bonds, 8 

George V., cap. 21, due May 15th, 1928, and August 

15th, 1928, 6 per cent 6,000,0G0 00 

(21) "U" and "Y" Treasury Bills, 7 George V., cap. 2, 6 

per cent, per annum, due November 1st, and Novem- 
ber 2nd, 1918 1 ,500,000 00 

(22) " W " Treasury Bills, R.S.O., 1914, cap. 39, sec. 14, 6 

per cent, per annum, due April 22nd, 1919 3,000,000 00 

(23) Railway Certificates, present value outstanding on 

31st October, 1918 $2,078,738 51 

Annuity Certificates, present value outstanding on 
31st October, 1918 969,296 22 



3,048,034 73 



(24) Common School Fund collections by Ontario, from 
1st January, 1918, payable to the Dominion, in Trust 
for both Provinces. 

In Trust for Ontario $2,468 30 

In Trust for Quebec 1,959 09 



4,427 39 



(25) University of Toronto Certificates, $30,000.00 per 

annum for 17 years, 5 Edward VII., cap. 37, present 

value at 3V 2 per cent, per annum .- 379,539 GO 

(26) Assurance fund under the Land Titles Act, R.S.O., 

1914, cap. 126, sec. 128 110,000 00 

(27) Municipal Securities, 8 Edward VII., cap. 51, Muni- 

cipal Sinking Funds on deposit with the Province of 

Ontario to October 31st, 1918, with accrued interest 772,351 11 

(28) Queen Victoria Niagara Falls Park Bonds, Sinking 

Fund payments 305,062 96 



$75,645,917 26 



al02 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Indirect Liabilities of the Province and Guarantees. 



Ko. 1 



(1) Niagara Falls Park Bonds- 



-(50 Vic, c. 13) 

(57 Vic, c 13) 

(8 Edw. VII., c. 29) 
(10 Edw. VII., c 21) 



Note. — The income of the Park Commission from 
lease of power, etc, was sufficient to pay all main- 
tenance and interest charges and leave a balance 
available for capital expenditure. 

(2) The Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Company. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under 
authority of 8 Edward VII., cap. 47, of principal and 
interest at 3V£ per cent, per annum, Debenture Stock 
of above Railway, payable in 30 years from 30th 
June, 1908, £1,615,068 9s. 7d. sterling 

Secured by First Mortgage on Railway, Rolling 
Stock and Terminals. 



$525,000 00 

75,000 00 

100,000 00 

200,000 00 



$900,000 00 



7,860,000 00 



(3) University of Toronto. 

Guarantee by the Pro/ince of Ontario, under 
authority Order-in-Council, 15th July, 1908, and 16th 
June, 1909, Debentures of above University, payable 
15th July, 1910, to 15th July, 1949, 40 years, 
$500,000.00. 

Present value for 31 years at 4 per cent 



444,285 25 



(4) University of Toronto. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under 
authority Order-in-Council, 7th April, 1911, Deben- 
tures of above University, payable 1st January, 1912. 
to 1st January, 1951, 40 years, $130,000.00. 

Present value for 33 years at 4 per cent 



119,193 76 



(5) University of Toronto. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under 
authority Order-in-Council, May, 1912, Debentures of 
above University, payable 1st January, 1912, to 1st 
January, 1951, 40 years, $300,000.00. 

Present value for 33 years at 4 per cent 275,063 93 

(6) University of Toronto. 

Guarantee by the Province, under authority of 
Order-in-Council, April 14th, 1915, Debentures of 
above University, payable 1st January, 1915, to 
1st January, 1954, 40 years, $110,000.00. 

Present value for 37 years at 4% per cent 106,726 88 



945,269 82 



(7) The Toronto and Hamilton. Highway Commission. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the 
authority of 5 Geo. V., cap. 18, Debentures of above 
Commission, due November 1st, 1919. Interest at 
5 per cent, per annum 600,000 00 

(S) The Toronto and Hamilton Highway Commission. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the 
authority of 6 George V., cap. 16, Debentures of 
above Commission, due November 1st, 1919. Interest 
at 5 per cent, per annum 300,000 00 

(9) The Toronto and Hamilton Highway Commission. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under the 
authority of 6 George V., cap. 16, Debentures of 
above Commission, due November 1st, 1919. Interest 
at 6 per cent, per annum 340,000 00 



1.240,000 00 



1917-18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. al03 

(10) Town of Bruce Mines. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario under the 
authority of R.S.O., 1914, cap. 266, sec. 36, sub-sec. 3, 
amended by sec. 5, Stat. Law Amendment Act, 1914. 
Debentures of above Town payable January 1st, 1918, 
to January 1st, 1947. Interest, 6 per cent, per annum 25,000 00 

(11) Town of Cochrane. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under- the 
authority of 7 George V., cap. 9. Debentures of 
above Town payable May 1st, 1918, to May 1st, 1947, 
interest, 5 per cent, per annum 40,000 00 

(12) Town of Matheson. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario under the 
authority of 7 George V., cap. 9. Debentures of 
above Town payable June 1st, 1923, to June 1st, 
1937, interest, 6 per cent, per annum 5,000 00 

(13) Township of Tisdale. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario under the 
authority of 7 George V., cap. 9. Debentures of above 
Township payable December 31st, 1917, to December 
31st, 1931, interest, 6 per cent, per annum 25,000 00 

(14) Township of Tisdale. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario under the 
authority of 7 George V., cap. 9. Debentures of 
above Township payable December 31st, 1917, to 
December 31st, 1931, interest, 6 per cent, per annum 10,000 00 

(15) Township of Tisdale. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario under the 
authority of Statute Law Amendment Act, 1918, sec. 
67. Debentures of above Township payable July 1st, 
1918, to July 1st, 1932, interest- 6 per cent, per annum 10,000 00 

(16) Board of Trustees R. C. Sep. School, Town of 

Timmins. 
Guarantee by the Province of Ontario under the 
authority of 7 George V., cap. 27. Debentures of 
above Board payable December 1st, 1918, to Decem- 
ber 1st, 1937, interest 5 per cent, per annum 30,000 00 

(17) Board of Trustees, R. C. Sep. School, Town of 

Timmins. . 
Guarantee by the Province of Ontario under the 
authority of 8 George V., cap. 20, Debentures of 
above Board, payable January 1st, 1923, interest, 
7 per cent, per annum 30,000 00 

(18) Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario under the 
authority of R.S.O., 1914, cap. 39, 7 George V., cap. 20, 
Order-in-Council May 26th, 1917. Bonds of the 
above Commission, interest, 4 per cent, per annum, 
due date, August 1st, 1957 8,000,000 00 



$19,120,269 82 



al04 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 

t _ 

No. 23. 
War Expenditure, 1918. 

Ontario Military Hospital, Orpington, England: 

Maintenance $72,292 50 

Extension 77,548 77 

$149,841 27 

General War Grants and Gifts. 

Gifts to British Navy, Relief of Belgians, etc $161,227 43 

Grant for Soldiers' Comforts 181,835 29 

to Maple Leaf Clubs 58,224 75 

Canadian Branch Belgian Relief Fund 2,000 00 

Ontario Branch Belgian Relief Fund 3,000 00 

Serbian Relief Committee 5,000 00 

Athletic goods for overseas troops 18,586 22 

Grant to Great War Veterans' Association 37,500 00 

Secours Nationale, Ontario Branch 10,000 00 

Navy League of Canada, Ontario Branch 50,000 00 

Canadian Aviation Fund 29,660 0<» 

Relief of sufferers in Halifax disaster 100,000 00 

Purchase of goods for sufferers in Halifax disaster 100,000 00 

Giant to Byron Tuberculosis Sanitarium, London (for 

returned soldiers) 25,000 00 

Mountain Tuberculosis Sanitarium, Hamilton 

(for returned soldiers) 25,000 00 

West End Khaki Club 2,000 00 

Aero Club of Canada for Library 100 00 

Travelling Libraries for Military Camps 2,749 66 

$811,883 85 

Salaries. 

Salaries of civil servants on active service $65,515 04 

Services guarding public buildings 8,297 50 

$73,812 54 

Organization of Resources Com m ittee 260,000 00 

Soldiebs' Aid Commission 56,000 00 

Recruiting Grants 3,185 42 

.MiscKLLANEOUS. 

Entertainment of visiting military units $2,240 28 

Entertainment of G.W.V.A. delegates 497 50 

Grants to R. Reid and J. M. Clarke, London, office, for 

relief of necessitous soldiers 2,095 00 

Expenses, Dr. Creelman, investigation int6 agricultural 

conditions in Europe 1,081 38 

5,914 16 

Returned Soldiers' and Sailors' Land Settlement Act 468,533 76 

Chants to Patriotic Funds. 

Canadian Patriotic Fund $1,166,666 70 

Independent Patriotic Fund, County of Lincoln 12,196 40 

Fort William Patriotic Society 10,000 00 

Preston Patriotic Fund 4,000 01 

Kenora Patriotic Fund 3,000 00 

Orillia Patriotic Fund 1,500 00 

1,197,363 11 

Greater Production, Fuel, Etc. (Cost of living.) 

Farm tractors, purchase, operation, etc $316,140 54 

Home Garden campaign 24 19 

Employment Bureaux 11,246 74 

Advertising in agricultural journals 16,650 21 

Fuel investigations 53,822 80 

Farm Help campaign 6,218 79 

Purchase and transportation of hogs, etc 3,747 59 

Purchase and distribution of calendars 18,875 35 

Purchase and distribution of seed grain 168,491 25 

Flax production 5,708 70 

Purchase vegetable seed 6,160 00 

Ontario Fuel Controller 12,000 00 

619,086 16 



$3,645,619 77 






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EXPENDITURE STATEMENT 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE by the Treasurer of Ontario for the fiscal year 

ended October 31st, 1918. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 



LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. 

Salaries ($1,400.00) 

Percy C. F. Arnoldi: Twelve months' salary as Assistant Secretary $600 00 

Thos. Lymer : do Messenger 800 00 

Contingencies ($2,050.00) 

Hon. Sir J. S. Hendrie: Allowance 2,050 00 



OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER AND PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL. 

Salaries ($7,566.50) 

Horace Wallis: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister and Prime Min- 
ister's Secretary 3,100 00 

Grace Irving: do Clerk 1,000 00 

E. B. Banford : One do do 66 00 

Ada Compton : Twelve do do 898 00 

A. M. Martin : Eleven do do 802 50 

Chas. Chase: Twelve do Messenger Executive Council and 

Caretaker 1,700 00 



Canadian Facts Pub. Co., Facts 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams 

Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 

copies of Guide 

Dent, J. M., & Sons, Ltd., books 
Dom. Press Clipping Agency, 

clippings 

Earle, W. E., books 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Houston's .Standard Publica- 
tions, book 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 
Imperial Year Book, copies of 

Year Book 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 378.95; law list, 



Contingencies ($4,315.98) ** 

12 50 3.50; directory, 10.00; port- 

246 97 folios, 10.25; printing and 

binding, 32.17 434 87 

6 °jj London Times, copy History of 

2 89 War 10 O 

Martin> A - M -» ser vices as clerk 

325 00 at 15 no per week 65 oo 

20 00 
318 04 Might Directories, Ltd., address- 
ing envelopes, etc 31 45 

6 00 Municipal Intelligence Bureau, 

252 00 * books 2 15 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

24 00 subscriptions 245 89 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, renewal 

pages 6 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



OFFICE OF PRIME MINISTER AND PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL.— Continued. 

Contingencies.— Continued. 



Preston, Hon. R. F., trav. ex- 
penses 700 00 

Simpson Bros., photo prints . . 6 00 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 10 00 
Tyrrell, Wm, & Co., books ... 8 50 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections, 52.00; repairs and 



supplies, 6.50; new machine, 

115.42 173 92 

Young, J. P., services as clerk 
at 25.00 per week, 950.00; at 
29.00 per week, 410.83; trav. 
expenses, 47.97 1,408 80 



J. k. Capreol: 
M- Currey: 
C. F. Bulmer: 
F. Roche: 
B. L. Weeks: 



Office of the Executive Council. 

Salaries ($6,103.83) 

Twelve months' salary as Clerk of Executive Council 3,100 00 

do Asst. Clerk do 200 00 

do Chief Clerk 2,000 00 

Two do Clerk 158 00 

Ten do do 645 83 



Contingencies ($1,058.30) 



Bulmer, C. F., trav. expenses. 8 12 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 30 00 
King's Printer, distribution., 
stationery, 292.18; law list, 
3.50; printing and binding, 

189.78 485 46 

Stewart, A., services as clerk at 

35.00 per month 252 45 



Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 10 00 
United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter, 138.94; inspec- 
tions, 12.00 150 94 

Weeks, Bertha L., services as 

clerk at 14.00 per week 121 33 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 



J. R. Cartwright: Twelve 
Edward Bayly: 
A. N. Middleton: 
M. Currey: 

Bertha Brooker: 
C.'jA. Fitch: 
W^ "Marseilles: 
Teresa Doherty': 
Clifford Magone: 
A. E. Baker: 



Salaries ($21,348.50) 

months' salary as Deputy Attorney-General 4,500 00 

do Solicitor 4,100 00 

do Legal Secretary 3,000 00 

do Clerk and Attorney-General's Sec- 
retary 2,300 00 

do Stenographer and Assistant 950 00 

do Chief Clerk 2,100 00 

do Second-Class Clerk 1,850 00 

do Clerk and Stenographer 950 00 

do do allowance on military leave 498 50 

do do 1,100 00 



Contingencies ($2,774.31) 



Armstrong, Ethel, services as 
clerk and stenographer at 
14 00 per week, 588.00; at 
17.00 per week, 167.79 755 79 

Bayly, Ed., travelling expenses, 
117.15; book, 60c 

Brown, E. B., copy of evidence 

C.P.R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams . . . 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Canada Law Book Co., subscrip- 
tions, books, etc 

Carswell Co., Ltd., binding, 
books, subscriptions, etc. . . . 

Cartwright, J. R., trav. expenses 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 



117 75 

1 00 

63 70 

30 

90 00 



72 35 

13 70 

1 00 



Dom. Express Co., charges .... 2 20 

Dymond, A. M., trav. expenses. 14 20 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 80 93 

Hatton, G. W., copies of infor- 
mation 1 20 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 2 75 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 500 00 
King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 574.67; directory, 
10.00; legal charts and law 
lists, 20.50; dating stamp, 
15.00; paper, 36.62; printing 
and binding, 104.92 761 71 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Contingencies.— Continued. 



Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 186 85 

Strange, C. 0., copy of evidence 26 38 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 30 00 



United Typewriter Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs and supplies, 3.50; in- 
spections, 49.00 



52 60 



Canada Law Book Co., 
books and binding, etc. 



Law Library ($170.00) 

law Carswell Co., Ltd., law reports 

92 00 and books 64 00 

! Lear, Walter, law reports 14 6© 



Audit of Justice Accounts. 

Salaries ($6,548.00) 

E. A. Maclaurin: Twelve months' salary as Auditor of Administration of Jus- 

tice Accounts 2,450 00 

F. H. Mitchell: do Clerk 1,350 00 

M. T. Kelly : do do and Stenographer 900 00 

L. S. Johnston: Four do do do 248 00 

Helen Conn: Twelve do do do 750 00 

Eva Mockler: do do do 850 00 



Contingencies ($356.86) 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage, stamps 
International Railway Publish- 
ing Co., Ltd., subscription . . 



86 
95 
64 
01 



66 
148 50 

3 00 



King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 151.25; law list, 
3.50; paper, 1.21; printing and 
binding, 29.28 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs and supplies, 4.00; in- 
spections, 9.00 



185 24 
2 00 



13 00 



Insurance Branch. 

Salaries ($11,158.00) 
A. R. Boswell: Twelvemonths' salary as Superintendent of Insurance and 



W. J. Vale: 



do 



W. A. Cork: 


do 


Chas. M. Peters: 


do 


L, C. Macklem: Five 


do 


T. A. B. Whiting: Twelve 


do 


Jessie M. Bruce: 


do 


Jessie McGlashan: 


do 



! Registrar of Loan Corporations 

Deputy iSupt. of Insurance, Regis- 
trar of Friendly Societies, and 
Assistant Registrar of Loan 
Corporations 

Clerk and Accountant 

do 

do 

Stenographer 

do 

do 



3,000 00 



2,500 00 
1,700 00 
1,200 00 
458 00 
800 00 
750 00 
750 00 



Contingencies ($2,875.24) 



Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
inspections 

Canada Law Book Co., law 
reports and binding 

C.P.R. Go's. Tel., telegrams . . 

Carswell Co., Ltd., Canada Sta- 
tutes, reports of appeal cases 

Cork, W. A., trav. expenses . . 



11 00 

50 25 
89 

t 
20 75 
102 95 



G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 65 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 1 27 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps . 285 00 
International Railway Publish- 
ing Co., subscription to Guide 3 00 
King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 242.08; legal chart 
and law list, 5.00; directory, 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Insurance Branch.— Continued. 

Contingencies.— Continued. 



10.00; paper, 521.41; printing 

and binding, 1,138.75 1,917 24 

Lovell, John & iSon, copy of 

index 13 75 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 33 00 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 5 00 



Toronto Weekly Ry. and Steam- 
boat Guide, subscription 6 00 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., in- 
spections, 27.00; repairs and 
supplies, 3.25 30 25 

Vale, W. J., trav. expenses, 

346.99; accountable, 47.25 ... 394 24 



ONTARIO RAILWAY AND MUNICIPAL BOARD. 

Salaries ($27,064.10) 

D. M. Mclntyre: Twelve months' salary as Chairman 7,000 00 

A. B. Ingram: do Vice-Chairman 4,500 00 

J. A. Ellis: One and one-fifth do Member of Board 397 00 

H. C. Small : Twelve do Secretary 2,800 00 

W. C. Coo: do Court Reporter 1,700 00 

Francis Dagger: do Electric and Telephone Expert .. 3,600 00 

'Geo. A. Browne: do Traffic Expert 900 00 

A. C. McKee: do Messenger and Entry Clerk 1,200 00 

M. Sanderson : do Stenographer 900 00 

Beatrice Skelton: do do 900 00 

Annie Campbell: do do 900 00 

Edgar Crossland: do Inspector Street Ry. Operations.. 1,100 00 

H. W. Middlemist: Seven do Civil Engineering Expert 1,166 67 

Allowance to H. C. Small for special services re Railway reports ($200.00) 

H. C. Small 200 00 



Bodega Tavern,, dinner and 
reservation of room for con- 
ference 

Brown, C. A., postage stamps . . 

Campbell, Constance, services as 
clerk at 2.66% per diem .... 

Campbell, J. M., services pre- 
paring report re Toronto Sub- 
urban Ry., at 25.00 per diem, 
50.00; trav. expenses, 25.30 .. 

Canada Law Book Co., subscrip- 
tion to law reports, etc 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams 

Carswell Co., Ltd., law books, 
reports, etc 

Coo. W. C, trav. expenses, 
540.23; reporting evidence and 
proceedings, 197.54 

Crossland, Edgar, trav. expenses 

Dagger, Francis, trav. expenses 

Dept. of Public Printing and 
Stationery, Ottawa, subscrip- 
tion to Judgment Board Rail- 
way Com 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Ellis, J. A., trav. expenses . .'. . 

G.N'.W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 



age 



Contingencies ($4,280.75) 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps, 

279.00; post cards, 20.00 .... 299 00 
Ingram, A. B., trav. expenses.. 450 69 
King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 504,60; law lists, 
7.00; directory, 10.00; port- 
folios. 18.45; paper, 77.28; 
printing and binding, 395.30. 1,012 63 
Lovell, John, & Son, index ... 5 75 

McGraw-Hill Book Co., book . . 5 00 

Mclntyre, D. M., trav. expenses 251 15 
Metric Metal Works, book .... 4 00 

Middlemist, H. W., trav. expen. 27 90 

Municipal World, book 5 12 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 37 85 

Packard Motor .Livery, livery 

hire 5 00 

Royce, J. C, inspection and 

reports 41 75 

Small, H. C, trav. expenses . . 153 50 
T. & N. O. Ry. Co., supplies on 
car " Temagami," trip to 

Cochrane 35 92 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 50 00 
Toronto Weekly Railway and 
Steamboat Guide, subscription 

to Guide 6 00 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 27.00; repairs and sup- 
2 23 plies, 4.75 31 75 



7 50 
1 50 

184 00 



75 30 

37 50 

1 60 

21 76 

43 50 



737 


77 


107 


00 


569 


41 


3 


00 


2 


25 


41 


00 


22 


42 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
ONTARIO RAILWAY AND MUNICIPAL BOARD.— Continued. 

Allowance to H. W. Middlemist, for services ($255.00) 



Middlemist, H. W. 



255 00 



Membership and Annual Fees in V ariou s Associations ($60.00) 



American Electric Railway 
Association 15 00 

American Society of Political 
and Social Science 5 00 

Canadian Independent Tele- 
phone Association 15 00 



Ontario .Safety League 10 00 

United States Independent Tele- 
phone Association '. . . 10 00 

Western, Counties Telephone 
Association 5 00 



EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. 

Salaries ($32,841.62) 

A. H. U. Colquhoun: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister 4,200 00 

John Seath: do Superintendent of Education 4,500 00 
C. W. James: do Minister's Secretary and De- 
partmental Secretary 2,300 00 

Dora Allen: Six do Secretary and .Stenographer 

to Deputy Minister 462 50 

J. R. Humphreys: Twelve do Chief Clerk and Accountant . 2,400 00 

A. C. Paull: do Clerk of Records 2,200 00 

F. L. Woodley: do Clerk and Assistant Accountant 2,000 00 

T. J. Greene: do Clerk of Correspondence 1,700 00 

S.A.May: do Assistant do 1,100 00 

W. N. Griffiths: do Assistant Clerk of Records.. 1,219 00 

E. A. Faulds: do Clerk of Statistics 1,800 00 

T. W. Aikens: do Assistant -do 1,150 00 

Ida N. Spence: do Clerk and Stenographer 1,266 66 

Norman A. Brown: do Clerk of Stationery and Print- 
ing Supplies 1,500 00 

J.F.Clark: do Junior clerk 1,100 00 

L. E. Montgomery: do Stenographer 900 00 

S.Dennis: do do 900 00 

I. M. Goold : do do 900 00 

A. Jennings: do Clerk 700 00 

H. Sutherland: do do ! 543 46 



Acta Victoriana, advertising . 

Appleton, D., & Co., American 
year book 

Baird, J. S., Sons, cartage .... 

Blaisdell, L. Bruce, services as 
clerk at 3.20 per diem 

Britnell, Albert, books 

Brown Bros., Ltd., pass cases. 

Brown, Edith J., services as 

clerk at 2.40 per diem, 288.00; 

at 2.56 per diem, 92.16; at 

• 2.80 per diem, 439.84 

Bruce Publishing Co., book . . 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
Ltd., repairs, 1.00; inspec- 
tions, 13.00 

Callighan, Frank, services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 

Colquhoun, A. H. U., trav. 
expenses 

Canadian Annual Review, copies 



Contingencies ($14,003.49) 

45 00 Can. Facts Pub. Co., Facts 7 50 

Can. Express Co., charges 3 95 

3 00 Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 8 55 

7 00 C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams . . 94 66 
Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 

972 80 Guides 12 00 

17 60 Cassell & Co., Ltd., books 2 00 

18 00 Oharbonneau, Loretta, services 

as clerk at 2.00 per diem 530 00 

Cobalt Daily Nugget, Ltd., ad- 
vertising 51 

820 00 Cochrane Northland Post, ad- 

1 86 vertising 1 20 

Cody, Hon. H. J., trav. ex- 
penses 125 00 

14 00 Coleman, Helen, services as 

clerk at 2.80 per diem 137 20 

152 00 Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., manuals 

and books 12 66 

47 93 Copeland, Jno. M., ibooks 6 00 

33 25 DeLille's Studio, photos 12 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Contingencies.— Continued. 



13 


00 


64 


00 


50 


00 


00 


00 


2 
42 


40 
49 



7 


50 


1 


24 


39 


93 


5 


56 


69 


05 


125 


00 


6 


00 


26 


86 



Dom. Express Go., charges .... 11 56 

Dom. Government Publications 
Department, postal guide and 
Gazette 

Educational Pub. Co., Ltd., 
advertising 

Federated Association of Letter 
Carriers, advertising 

Federated Trades and Labour 
Council, advertising . .-.-, .... 

Grand Orange Lodge of Saskat- 
chewan, books 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Hanna, Helen, services as steno- 
grapher at 2.31 per diem, 
277.20; at 2.56 per diem, 
92.16; at 2.80 per diem, 302.66 672 00 

Heaton's Agency, Heaton's An- 
nual 

Heath, D. C, & Co., book 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Houghton, Mifflin Co., books . . 

Humphreys, J. R., trav. expenses 

Industrial Banner, advertising 

International Press, Ltd., book. 

James, C. W., trav. expenses . . 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 814.72; directories, 
30.00; law lists, ia.50; num- 
bering machine, 14.00; paper, 
7.95; printing and binding, 
188.32 

Labour Educational Association 
of Ontario, advertising 

Limon, G. E., fastening type- 
writer to desk 

Lippincott, J. B., Co., books . . 

Longmans, Green & Co., book. . 

Lovell, J., & Son, law manual 
and index 

Loyal Orange County Lodge, 
advertising 

McAinsh & Co., Ltd., book 

McClelland, Goodchild & 
Stewart, books 

McGuire, Jas. F., trav. expenses 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 

McMaster University Monthly, 
advertising 20 00 

MacKenzie, Edna E., services as 
clerk at 2.64 per diem, 316.80; 
at 2.95 per diem, 569.35 886 15 

Macmillan Co., Ltd., of Canada, 
books 209 70 

Map & Advertising Co., Ltd., 

District atlas 25 00 

Martin, Frank, services as mes- 
senger at 84c. per diem .... 15 96 

Methodist Book- & Publishing 
House, books and art manuals 31 32 



1,065 


49 


100 


00 




50 


5 


18 


1 


10 


8 


00 


25 


00 


2 


00 


3 


95 


3 


85 


1,661 


80 



Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscriptions 

O. A. C. Review, advertising.. 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co., white 

cards 

Oxford University Press, books 

Playfair, W. E., 6 copies "Quebec 
and Confederation " 

Queen's Quarterly, advertising. 

Queen's University Journal, 
advertising 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections, 89.51; repairs and 
and supplies, 22.85 

Riddell, B., services as clerk at 
3.84 per diem, 460.80; at 
4.16 per diem, 802.88 

Royal Standard Typewriter Co., 
repairs and supplies, 1.00; 
inspections, 54.00 

Scribner, Chas., Sons, books . . 

Seath, John, trav. expenses . . . 

Teachers' College, Columbia 
University, N.Y., book ...... 

The School, advertising 

Thomson, C. W., services as 
clerk at 3.25 per diem, 390.00; 
at 3.57 per diem, 689.01 

Toronto Olooe Printing Co., 
advertising 

Toronto Mail and Empire, ad- 
vertising 

Toronto News Pub. Co., adver- 
tising 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

Toronto Women's Directory, 
advertising i 

Tyrrell, Wm., & Co., Ltd., 
Hazel's Annual 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections, 84.00; rental, 
52.00; repairs and supplies, 
7.50 

Universities Bureau of British 
Empire, copy of year book . . 

University of Toronto, Alumni 
Association, advertising .... 

University of Toronto, (Student's 
Book Dept., book 

University of Toronto Student's 
Administrative Council, ad- 
vertising 

Westman & Baker, adjusting 
addressing machine 

Whitelaw, Geo., services as clerk 
at 3.25 per diem, 390.00; at 
3.57 per diem, 689.01 

Wilson, The H. W„ Co.. filing 
system 



253 58 
72 00 

24 00 
13 76 

3 00 
50 00 

31 00 



112 36 



1,263 68 



55 
4 

11 


00 
50 
00 


1 
800 


30 
00 


1,079 


01 


4 


02 


4 


02 


250 
120 


00 
00 


25 


00 


3 


00 


143 


50 


1 


99 


50 


00 


1 


00 


50 


00 


9 


20 


1,079 


01 


1 


30 



Unpaid accounts, 1916-17 ($42.00) 
Scarborough Co'y of Canada, Ltd., rniaps 



42 90 



1017-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Extra services as directed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council ($1 



Aikens, T. W. 

Brown, N. A 

Faulds, E, A. . . . 

Greene, T. J 

Griffiths, W. N. . 
Humphreys, J. R. 



50 00 
150 00 
100 00 
100 00 

50 00 
300 00 



Jennings, A. . . 
Paull, A. C. .. 
Seath, John . . 
Sutherland, H. 
Woodley, F. L. 



500.00) 



50 00 
100 00 
250 00 

50 00 
300 00 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES. 

Salaries ($100,066.19) 

Albert Grigg: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister of Lands and 

Forests 4,200 00 

C. C. Hele: do Minister's Secretary and iSecre- 

tary of Department 2,500 00 

H. M. Robbins: Six do Assistant to Deputy Minister 1,100 00 

A. G. Thompson : Twelve do Clerk 1,000 00 

Jas. Farrington: do do allowance on military leave 807 25 

W. Fleming: Bight do Stenographer 600 33 

Lands Branch. 

J. J. Murphy: Twelve months' salary as Advisory Chief Clerk 2,300 00 

Walter Cain : do Chief Clerk 2,100 00 

H. Johnston: do Clerk of Military Grants 1,850 00 

Selby Draper: do do Free Grants 1,600 00 

W. R. Ledger: do do Sales 1,700 00 

J. B. Drinkwater: do do 1,300 00 

S.A.Piatt: do do 1,250 00 

F. A. Lucas : do do 1,300 00 

C. S. Jones: do Chief Clerk of Patents 2,150 00 

W. S. Sutherland : do Clerk 1,550 00 

C- E. Burns: do do 1,650 00 

W. Carroll : do do 1,450 00 

A. B. Robillard : Eleven do do 1,100 00 

A. B. Roe: Twelve do do 1,450 00 

M. Bengough do Stenographer 900 00 

Jean Oram: Three do do 236 85 

B. Hills Twelve do do 850 00 

B. F. O'Neill: do do 900 00 

B. G. Halliday: do do 900 00 

B.M.Benson: - do do 850 00 

S.Ross: do do 825 00 

B. M. Deady : One-half do do 28 50 

Surveys. 

L. V. Rorke: Twelve months' salary as Director 3,500 00 

do Arrears of salary, 1916-17 83 33 

J. Hutcheon: do Surveyor and Draughtsman 2,500 00 

W. F. Lewis : do Clerk 700 00 

D. G. Boyd: do Draughtsman 1,850 00 

E. M. Jarvis: do Clerk 1,600 *00 

J. B. Proctor: % do do 1,400 00 

B. Rushf ord : do do 1,200 00 

F. B. Blanchet: do do 1,300 00 

A. Leamanr do . do 1,300 00 

H. Treeby: do Draughtsman 1,450 00 

John Work: do do 1,450 00 

M. H. Kirkland: do Stenographer 900 00 

Clare O'Connor: do do 800 00 

B. C. Armer: do do 800 00 

2. p. a. 



10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 
Woods and Forests. 



J. A. G. Crozier: 
John Houser: 
J. B. Cook: 
H. D. Gillard : 
F. J. Niven: 
W. F. Trivett: 
R. H. Hodgson: 
A. H. O'Neill: 
Geo. W. Harris: 
N. L. Rogers: 
S. D. Meeking: 
M. C. Rowland: 
M. E. Bliss: 
W. Fleming: 
E. H. Squire: 
E. H. Telfer: 
H. Canton: 



Twelve months' salary 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Seven do 

Twelve do 

Four do 

Twelve do 

do 

do 



Advisory Chief Clerk 1,150 00 

Chief Clerk 2,000 00 

Clerk 1,950 00 

do 1,700 00 

do 1,650 00 

do allowance on military leave 952 50 

do 1,400 00 

do 1,200 00 

do 1,200 00 

do 1,300 00 

do allowance on military leave 735 00 

do 539 43 

Stenographer 900 00 

do 233 00 

Clerk 1,100 00 

do 1,000 00 

Stenographer 800 00 



D. G. Ross: 
H. M. Lount: 
C. J. Clarke: 
R. Gordon: 
A. Burritt: 
C. Bowland: 



S. K. Burdin: 
Chester Dies: 
A. P. Saunders: 
-C. W. St. John: 
A. Ferguson: 
W. B. Baines: 
F. Samuels: 
N. B. Mathewson 
H. Brophy: 



Accounts Branch. 

Twelve months' salary as Accountant 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 



Clerk .. 
do 

do .. 
do .. 
do 

Records Branch. 



and Stenographer 



Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk 



Six 
Twelve 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Clerk 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Mailing Clerk and Chief Messen- 
ger 



3,000 00 

1,750 00 

1,350 00 

1,200 00 

1,350 00 

900 00 



2.400 00 

1,450 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,300 00 

1,150 00 

1,125 00 

500 00 

1,100 00 



Contingencies ($27,644.12) 



Art Metropole, Ltd., blue print 
machine 

Ashley, R. B., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 

Bank of Montreal, collection 
charges 

Bindon, F. W., services as clerk 
at 4.31 per diem, 930.94; at 
4.75 per diem, 460.75 

Black, Root,, services as messen- 
ger at 1.33% per diem 

British & Colonial Press, photo- 
graph 

Burton, Wade, services as mes- 
senger at 1.33 1 /} P6r diem . . 

Burroughs Adding Machine 
Co., repairs and supplies, 75c; 
inspections, 11.00 

Cain, W. C, accountable 

Canada Stamp & Stencil Co., 
Ltd., rubber stamp,, etc 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., Facts 



i Can. Law Book Co., law reports 

915 00 and books 38 00 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 22 46 

939 00 C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams . . 223 18 

Chambers, Bessie, services as 

48 17 stenographer at 2.00 per diem 627 33 

Deacon, J. M., cancelling leases 4 00 

Deady, Ethel, services as steno- 

1,391 69 grapher at 2.33% per diem . . 228 67 

Douglas Bros., iron tubes .... 12 80 

424 32 Dom. Express Co., charges 96 95 

Draper, S., trav. expenses .... 144 90 
2 50 Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., inspections 13 00 
Fawcett, John, services as mes- 
320 00 senger at 1.16% per diem, 
196.00; at 1.50 per diem, 
217.50 413 50 

11 75 Ferguson, Hon. G. H., travelling 

25 00 expanses 900 00 

Graham, G. E. H., services as 
1 85 clerk at 2.88 6-13 per diem . . 902 75 

65 56 G.T.Ry. Sys., freight charges.. 8 05 

12 50 G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams .... 306 73 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



11 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 



Grigg, Albert, trav. expenses . . 

Hele, C. C, trav. expenses .... 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hutcheon, Jas., trav. expenses. 

Jones, Muriel, services as steno- 
grapher at 2.50 per diem . . . 

Jones, Harold, services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 4,928.93; direc- 
tories, 20.00; half-tones, 
299.32; telephone stand, 8.00; 
law lists, 20.50; portfolios, 
7.50; maps, 4,663.35; paper, 
119.85; printing and binding, 
1,551.83 

Lee, J. T., services as clerk at 
3.19 153-313 per diem 

Lewis, W. H., cancellation, of 
lease and registration of 
transfers 

McCort, Jean, services as steno- 
grapher at 2.50 per diem 

McMaster, M H., postage stamps 

Mathewson, Neil, services as 
clerk at 3.00 per diem 

Mooring, H. C, repairing blue 
print machine 

Mulholland, S., services as mes- 
senger at 1.00 per diem, 45.00; 
at 1.16% per diem, 125.84 . . 

Nelson, T., & Sons, Ltd., renewal 
pages for encyclopaedia 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

4 55 Newspapers and periodicals, 

125 95 subscriptions 183 40 

Niven, F. J„, trav. expenses . . 47 70 

39 07 Robbins, H. M., services as 

589 85 Asst. Deputy Minister, at 6.39 

per diem, 594.27; at 7.03 per 

210 00 diem, 435.86; trav. expenses, 

40.55 1,070 68 

180 00 Rorke, L. "V., trav. expenses . . 173 45 

Saul, Wilfred, services as mes- 
senger at 1.16% per diem . . 120 17 
Smith, Ernest, services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 264 00 

Standard Bank, collection char- 
ges > 197 36 

Taylor, J. & J., changing com- 

11,619 28 bination in vault 1 60 

T. & N. O. Ry. Co., provisions 
1,019 15 and supplies for car "Ontario" 392 51 
Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 40 00 
Toronto Weekly Railway and 
12 20 Steamboat Guide, subscrip- 
tion 6 00 

527 50 Townsend's Livery, Ltd., auto 

1,485 83 hire 4 00 

Turner, L., laundrying copy 

465 00 - cloths 1 00 

Underwood Typewriter Co., 

39 00 typewriter 128 25 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter, 123.97; repairs 
170 84 and supplies, 8.50; inspec- 
tions, 212.50 344 97 

10 00 Work, John, trav. expenses 71 15 



Abitibi Power & Paper Co 

Almonte Times 

Alvinston Free Press 

Arnprior Chronicle 

Ayr News Printing Co 

Aylmer Express 

Bancroft Times 

Barrie Northern Advance 

Beaverton Express 

Belleville Intelligencer 

Blind River Gazette 

Brampton Conservator 

Brantford Courier 

Brockville Times 

Bruce Mines Spectator 

Burford Advance 

Carleton Place Central Cana- 
dian 

Carp Review 

Chatham Planet 

Cobalt Northern Miner Press, 
Ltd 

Cooalt Daily Nugget 

Cobourg Saturday Morning Post 

Cobourg Sentinel-Star 



Advertising ($12,303.02) 

14 60 Cochrane Northland Post 208 65 

49 20 Colborne Express 49 20 

49 20 Collingwood Enterprise 49 20 

49 20 Cornwall Standard 49 20 

44 00 Dryden Observer and Star .... 75 44 

39 36 Eganville Intelligencer 32 80 

31 16 Englehart Courier 15 00 

41 40 Fort Frances Pub. Co 15 30 

49 20 Fort Frances Times 53 10 

102 50 Fort William Daily Times-Jour- 

53 30 nal 128 00 

,36 40 Gananoque Journal .'. 49 20 

184 50 Gait Reporter 59 86 

94 30 Goderich Star 35 50 

92 88 Gore Bay Recorder 49 20 

33 00 Guelph Herald 98 40 

Haileyburian 75 70 

49 20 Hamilton Herald 104 90 

53 30 Hamilton Spectator Ptg. Co. . . 270 60 

98 40 Harriston Review 24 00 

Havelock Standard 53 30 

24 25 Hepioorth Progress 21 32 

192 64 Hespeler Herald 57 40 

138 25 Iroquois Falls Broke-Hustler . . 1 26 

51 15 Kemptville Advance Pub. Co.. 49 20 



18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 



Kenora Mines Pub. Oo 

Kincardine Review 

Kingston Standard Ptg. & Pub. 
Co 

La Tribuna Oanadiana 

Leamington Post 

Lindsay Warden 

London Free Press 

Merrickville Post 

Millbrook Reporter 

Midland Argus 

Mimico and New Toronto Ad- 
vertiser 

Mitchell Advocate 

Montreal Industrial & Educa- 
tion Press Ltd 

Montreal Pulp & Paper Maga- 
zine 

Muskoka Herald 

Napanee Beaver 

New Liskeard Speaker 

New Hamburg Independent . . . 

North Bay Despatch & Tribune 

North Ontario Times 

Niagara Falls Daily Record . . . 

Orillia Packet 

Ottawa Evening Journal 

Ottawa United Canada 

Owen Sound Times 

Oxford Tribune 

Paris Review 

Parry Sound Canadian 

Pembroke Standard 

Perth Expositor 

Peterborough Review Ptg. Co.. 

Petrolia Advertiser & Ptg. Co.. 

Picton Gazette Pub. Co 



Advertising.— Continued. 

99 48 Porcupine Advance 79 40 

49 20 Porcupine Herald 2 01 

Port Arthur Daily News- 

192 70 Chronicle Co 237 OS 

100 00 Port Hope Times 49 20 

49 20 Powassan News 36 90 

57 90 Prescott Tribune 49 21 

282 90 Renfrew Journal 41 40 

45 10 Ridgetown Dominion 49 20 

49 20 St. Joe Herald 74 36 

21 25 S. S. Marie Cliff Press 116 4t 

S. S. Marie Daily Star 55 25 

24 00 Smith's Falls News 36 90 

49 20 Stirling Leader 49 20 

Stratford Herald Ptg. Co 12 30 

24 00 Sudbury Star Publishers, Ltd. . 124 90 

Sundridge Echo 42 00 

264 00 Tara Leader 49 20 

59 04 Thessalon Advocate 54 12 

49 20 Tillsonburg Observer 38 40 

92 70 Toronto Canadian Lumberman. 357 40 

26 24 Toronto Evening Telegram 803 00 

113 20 Toronto Daily Star 25 00 

33 75 Toronto Freemason 49 20 

94 30 Toronto Globe Printing Co. . . 748 25 

45 10 Toronto Mail and Empire 994 25 

450 60 Toronto Monetary Times 78 75 

98 40 Toronto News Publishing Co. . 803 00 

60 20 Toronto Sentinel Pub. Co 147 60 

49 20 Toronto World 786 00 

49 20 Trenton Advocate 32 80 

49 20 Tweed News 53 30 

49 20 Washington American Forestry 34 28 

42 16 Wallaceburg News 25 08 

94 30 Welland Telegraph 43 60 

71 34 Westport Mirror 36 90 

26 00 Wiarton Canadian Echo 28 70 



American Forestry Association. 
Association of Ontario Land 

Surveyors 

National Geographic Society . . 



Annual Membership Fees to Associations ($35.75) 

6 25 National Tax Association 5 00 

New York American Institute 

10 00 of Mining Engineers 12 00 

2 50 



Forestry Branch. 

Salaries ($8,607.25) 

E. J. Zavitz : Twelve months' salary as Director 3.500 00 

J. H. White: do Assistant Provincial Forester 3,000 00 

F. S. Newman: do Forester, allowance on military 

leave 1,307 25 

Julia Bald : do Stenographer 800 00 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 

scale and inspection 

Cap. Nor. Express Co., charges 
C.P.R. Tel., Co., telegrams . . . 
Crashley, Thos., cartage 



Contingencies ($3,221.80) 

45 87 Deady, E., services as stenog- 
rapher at 2.331/3 per diem... 
30 75 Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 
28 87 Everett, Gertrude, services as 
28 28 stenographer at 2.33% per 
4 50 diem 



476 00 
79 13 



700 0« 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



13 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 

Forestry Branch. — Continued. 



G.T.Ry. Sys., freight charges . 

G.N.W. Tel Co., telegrams ... 

Hendry, G. M., Co., Ltd., maps 
of Ontario 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 316.81; fire rang- 
ere diaries, 477.72; fire rang- 
ers badges, 37.50; printing 
acid binding 52.32 

McCrea & Valin, legal services 
re John Boland 

McMaster, M. H., postage 
stamps 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

3 35 Office Specialty Mfg. Co., trans- 

16 09 fer cases and guides 58 10 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., photo 

12 00 supplies 26 92 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter, 115.42; repairs 
and supplies, 16.50; inspec- 
tions 36.00 167 92 

884 35 University of Toronto, Students 

Book Dept., books 32 00 

6 60 Western Forestry and Conserv- 
ator, books 3 11 

389 32 Zavitz, E. J., trav. expenses . . 228 64 



H. A. Macdonell: 

John Argue: 

R. A. Jones: 

C. W. Garth waite: 

H. Tutt: 

S. O. Dennis: 

R. Duggan: 

F. R. Dunlop: 

B. McDonald: 



Colonization. 

Salaries ($10,673.50) 

Twelve months' salary as Director 2,450 00 

do Clerk 1,70(1' 00 

do do l,6(nT 00 

do do allowance on military leave 898 50 

Five do do 500 00 

Twelve do Clerk and Stenographer 900 00 

do Stenographer 900 00 

do do 825 00 

do do 900 00 



Contingencies ($1,054.38) 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Tel., Co., telegrams . . . 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Eaton T., Co., Ltd., picture 
iframe 

Firstbrook Bros., Ltd., boxes . . 

Gray, A. A. & Co., photographic 
work 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams ... 

Gurney, W. C, lining boxes with 
tin 

Heaton's Agency, 25 copies To- 
ronto Annual 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

International Ry. Pub. Co., sub- 
scription to Guide 



1 


00 


2 


95 


38 


40 


70 


64 


5 


85 


24 


20 


47 


00 


74 


98 


45 


00 


8 75 




68 


150 00 



00 



Jones, R. A., trav. expenses... 62 80 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 226.54; half-tones, 
18.60; law list, 3.50; direct- 
ories, 20.00; printing and 
binding, 8.02 276 66 

Macdonnell, H. A., trav. ex- 
penses 89 87 

Newspapers & Periodicals, sub- 
scriptions 15 75 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections, 16.00; repairs and 
supplies, 4.50 20 50 

Toronto Railway & Steamboat 

Guide, subscription 3 00 

Tutt, H., trav. expenses 19 45 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter, 70.00 ; inspec- 
tions, 24.00 94 00 



Unpaid Accounts, 1916-17 ($18.00) 

International Cable Directory Co'y, subscription 



18 00 



Bureau of Mines. 

Salaries ($14,729.96) 

Thos. W. Gibson : Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister 4,200 00 

R. D. Fisher : do Secretary 1,700 00 

D. H. Barr : do Clerk 1,450 00 

W. Lemoine: do do 1,350 00 



14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 

Bureau of Mines.— Continued. 



A. Moffatt: 
A. G. Scovell: 
Muriel C. Baptie: 
Ruby McElree: 
J. McNaughton: 
Helen W. Batchelor : 
F. L. Godson: 



Salaries.— Continued. 

Twelve months' salary as Clerk 1,300 00 

do do allowance on military leave 1,020 53 

,Seven do do and Stenographer 

Seven do do do 

Twelve do Stenographer 



do 
do 



do 



443 58 
415 85 
900 00 
850 00 



Clerk 1,100 00 



Contingencies ($12,653.83) 



Allan, Thos., book 

American Institute of Mining 
Engineers, 'N.Y., binding vol- 
umes 

Atchie, B., services as stenog- 
rapher at 2.33y 3 per diem, 
322.00; at 2:50 per diem 
437.50 

Baptie, Muriel C, services as 
stenographer at 2.50 per 
•diem 

Biggar Press, advertising 

Brown Bros., mimiograph 

Can. Customs, duty charges . . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub., Co. copies of 
Facts 

Ca<n. Mining Institute, adver- 
tising 

•Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Tel., Co., telegrams . . . 

Carswell Co., Ltd., books 

Chemical News, index 

Chemical Rubber Co., handbook 

Cole, C. F., Co., developing 
negatives 

■C rashley, Thos., cartage 

Davis Bros., book 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

George, H., making microscopic 
sections 

'Geological Soc'y <of America., 
extra pages of Vol. 28 

Gibson, T. W., trav. expenses . 

Goodwin, C. W., copies of re- 
ports 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., changing 
combination of safe 

Grandin, M. V., copies of rare 
volumes of B. of M. reports 

G.N.W. Tel., Co., telegrams . . 

Grip, Ltd., prints of gold 
•sample 

Hamilton Herald, advertising . 

Hodder & Stoughton, book 

Imperial Year Book, book . . . 

Institution Mining Engineers, 

book 

Iron Age Publishing Co., books 



2 00 



3 00 



759 50 



345 


00 


45 


00 


150 


00 


1 


23 


7 


90 


6 


00 


155 


00 


2 


40 


17 


83 


15 


85 


5 


24 


2 


00 


1 


40 


4 


00 




31 


14 


38 




80 


8 


50 


102 


47 



11 50 



1 50 



12 


00 


52 


28 


5 


10 


25 


00 


5 


44 


3 


00 




69 


1 


30 



King, P. S., & Son, Ltd., Parlia- 
mentary papers 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 721.86; law list, 
3.50; half tones, 355.36; 
directory, 10.00; fyling cases, 
21.10; pamphlets, 26.25; in- 
dex tabs, 80.00; maps, 
1,316.19; paper, 1,573.42; 
printing and binding, 2,899.03 

Ledoun & Co., analysis of sil- 
ver, etc 

Lewis, W. H., searching title.. 

McCullagh, R. J., making and 
mounting rock sections and 
polishing specimens 

McElree, Ruby, services as sten- 
ographer at 2.16% per 'diem 

McFarlane, F., services as mes- 
senger at 1.66% per diem... 

McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 
books 

McMaster, M. H., postage 
stamps 

MacMillan, Christina, services 
as stenographer, at 2.33V 3 per 
diem 

Metal Information Bureau, 
books 

Mines Handbook, book 

Mines Pub., Co., advertising . . 

Mining Journal, copy of journal 

Mining Review, advertising . . . 

Morrow, Jas. A., services and 
expenses re mineral samples 

National Geographical Society, 
magazine 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Northern Miner Press, Ltd., ad- 
vertising 

Potter, Chas., developing and 
printing slides 

Provincial Motors, Ltd., auto 
hire 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., developing 
and printing 

Renouf Pub. Co., copy of hand- 
book, Mining Engineer 

Robinson & Heath, brokerage 



3 62 



7,006 


71 


20 


90 


1 


05 


42 


95 


299 


00 


521 


67 


34 


00 


853 


89 



70 00 

16 25 

10 00 

753 00 

57 

20 63 

10 00 

25 

110 00 

67 50 

4 85 

1 50 

1 89 

10 00 
60 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



15 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 

\ 



Bureau of Mines.— Continued. 



Royal Standard Typewriter Co., 
inspections, 33.00; repairs and 
supplies, 4.00 

Scribner, Chas., Sons, book . . . 

Spectator Printing Co., adver- 
tising 

Tomlinson, W. H., micro pig- 
matite and slide cases 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising 

Toronto Globe Printing Co., ad^ 
vertising 

Toronto Mail and Empire, ad- 
vertising 



Contingencies. Continued. 

Toronto News, advertising ... 275 00 
Toronto Evening Telegram, ad- 

37 00 vertising 20 00 

3 00 Toronto World, advertising ... 25 00 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
25 00 typewriter, 128.25; repairs 

and supplies, 20.20; inspec- 

14 73 tions, 36.00 184 45 

25 00 University of Toronto, Students 

Book Dept., books 7 80 

22 20 Vandervoort, A., fees, searching 

titles 359 50 

25 00 Young, A. H., framing pictures 1 70 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



R. P. Fairbairn: 
H. 351. Passmore: 
A. J. Halford: 
Jas. S. Leitch: 
J. W. IHackner: 
J. A. Michaud: 
F. R. Heakes: 
Geo. White: 
E. M. Allen: 
E. H. Russell: 
H. F. McNaughten 
M. C. O'Donnell: 
O. Kentleton: 
W. B. Bickell: 
VV. Tobin: 
M. I. Nolan: 
Frances Wiley: 
E, Purvis: 
M. St. Charles: 
Cfus Forrester: 



Salaries ($33,257.50) 

Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister 4,200 00 

Eight do Clerk and Minister's Secretary... 1,200 00 

Twelve do Engineer 2,700 00 

do do 2,000 00 

do do 1,900 00 

do Engineering Draughtsman 1,500 00 

do Architect 3,200 00 

do Asst. Architect 2,000 00 

do - Draughtsman 1,600 00 

do do 1,600 00 

: do Secretary, Public Works 1,850 00 

do Accountant 1,750 00 

do Clerk 1,425 00 

, do do allowance on military leave 782 50 

do do and Stenographer 875 00 

do do do 850 00 

do do do » 875 00 

do do do 925 00 

do Clerk of Files 925 00 

do do and Messenger 1,100 00 



Adams Mfg. Co., club bag .... 

Allen, E. M., trav. expenses . . . 

Art Metropole, linen and re- 
pairs to steel tapes 

Bayly, E., disbursements re as- 
signment of lease, 17 Queen's 
Park 

Belleville Intelligencer, adver- 
tising 

.Bennett. J., special services as 
messenger 

Brown, Robt, special services as 
messenger 

Britnell, Albert, binders 

Burton, T. B., services as 
draughtsman at 4.50 per diem 

Purroughs Adding Machine Co., 
inspections 

Canada Stamp and Stencil Co., 
'Pinking stamps, ink, etc. 



Contingencies ($17,595.61) 

16 00 Canadian Express Co., charges 23 74 
220 10" Can. Facts Pub., Co., copies of 

Facts 5 00 

14 65 Can. Nor. Railway Co., freight 

charges 1 51 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 4 68 

4 85 C.P.R. Co., -freight charges 12 42 

C.P.R. Tel. Co., telegrams 65 40 

7 50 Carter, Wm., special services as 

messenger 75 00 

50 00 Crashley, Thos, cartage 15 40 

Currie, H., maps of Manitoulin 5 00 
75 00 Dept. of Interior, Ottawa, atlas 

9 00 of Canada 3 00 

Despatch and Tribune, a.dver- 

1,408 50 Using 13 50 

Dom. Express Co., charges ... 10 80 

8 00 Duff, J. E., services as clerk at 

3.50 per diem, 777.00; at 4.25 
20 S'> per diem, 386.75 1,163 75 



16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



Fairbairn, R. P., trav r expenses 

Fitzgerald, A., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Gillis, Doris, services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem . . 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Hackner, J. W., trav. expenses 

Haileyburian, advertising 

Halford, A. J. trav. expenses . . 

Hamilton Herald, advertising . 

Hamilton Spectator, advertising 

Heakes, F. R., trav. expenses . 

Hendry, G. M., Co., Ltd., mount- 
ing railway map 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Johnston, Thos., trav. expenses 

Kennedy, Martin, services as 
draughtsman at 2.50 per 
diem, 280.00; at 3.00 per 
diem, 603.00; travelling ex- 
penses, 2.30 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 1,312.18; director- 
ies, 50.00; law lists, 7.00; 
half-tones, 43.27; paper, 59.09 
printing and binding, 417.13 

Kingston Standard Printing & 
Pub. Co., advertising 

Longstaffe, J., services as mes- 
senger at 1.00 per diem 

Leitch, Jno., trav. expenses . . 

Lewis, Rice, & (Son, Ltd., tape 
lines 

London Free Press, advertising 

Lovell, Jno. & Son, Ltd., index 

McLean, Duncan, services as 
clerk at 4.50 per diem .... 

Macdiarmid, Hon. F. G., trav. 
expenses 

Meader, M. K., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 

Michaud, J. A., trav. expenses . 

Moore, W. J., repairs to instru- 
ment 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscriptions 

New Liskeard Speaker, adver- 
tising 

Nicol, A. C. B., services as 
draughtsman at 5.59 per 
diem, 1,749.67; trav. expenses, 
8.30 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

29 05 North Bay Despatch and Tri- 
bune, advertising 16 70 

80 00 O'Brien, Julia, services as clerk 

at 2.50 per diem 32 50 

604 00 Ottawa Journal Pub. Co., ad- 

100 98 vertising 30 00 

973 34 Peterborough Review Printing 

23 50 Co., advertising 7 BO 

235 25 Philip, J. M., services as 

12 50 draughtsman at 5.00 per 

15 00 diem, 1,020.00; travelling ex- 

373 78 penses, 39.35 1,059 35 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 2 50 

5 00 Potter, Chas., compasses, 

curve, etc 10 30 

. 16 19 Ramsey, J. G., & Co., developing 

700 00 and printing 3 92 

25 53 Record Printing Co., advertis- 
ing 10 00 

Reid, H., services as steno- 
grapher at 20.00 per week . . 40 00 
Roberts, R. J., services as 
885 30 draughtsman at 2.50 per 

diem, 391.00; at 3.00 per 
diem, 471.00; trav. expenses, 

3.25 865 25 

Russell, B. H., trav. expenses 3 85 

1,888 67 Sands, Irene, services as steno- 

grapher at 2.00 per diem . . .12, 00 
12 50 Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., suit 

case 16 50 

54 00 Smith, A. C, services as clerk 

981 55 at 2.00 per diem 205 50 

Standard Printing Co., adver- 

5 25 tising 17 50 

15 00 Stratford Daily Herald, adver- 

5 75 tising 7 50 

Thomson, W. S., services as 

1,408 50 clerk at 4.00 per diem 96 00 

Toronto Rly. Co., car tickets . . 39 00 
400 00 Toronto Evening Telegram, ad- 
vertising ' 158 

81 00 Toronto Contract-Record, ad- 

37 06 vertising 24 00 

Toronto Mail and Empire, ad- 

6 75 vertising 132 50 

Toronto World, advertising . . . 126 25 
155 62 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

typewriter, 121.50 ; inspec- 
23 50 tions, 68.00; repairs and sup-. 

plies, 9.50 199 00 

White, J., trav. expenses 314 55 

Wyse, Meta, services as steno- 
1,757 97 grapher at 20.00 per week ... 176 67 



Fees, Various Officials, Can. Soc. of C. G.. Surveyors and other Associations ($137.75) 



Can. Society of Engineers .... 
Engineering Institute of Canada 



38 25 Ontario Association of Archi- 

74 50 tects 

Ontario Land Surveyors Assn. 



5 00 
20 00 



1*17-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



n 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 
Colonization Roads Branch. 



Salaries ($10,025.00) 



Chae. H. Fullerton : 


Twelve 


months' salary 


M. P. Doherty: 




do 


C. H. Meader: 




do 


J. H. BTadshaw: 




do 


Pearl Godkin: 




do 


E. Pennell: 




do 


Annie Gamey: 




do 



as Superintendent 2,600 00 

Accountant and Chief Clerk. 1,800 00 

Surveyor and Draughtsman.. 1,600 00 

Clerk 1,400 00 

Stenographer 875 00 

do 875 00 

Clerk 875 00 



Contingencies ($3,111.53) 



Axford, W. T., services as clerk 
at 2.33y 3 per diem, 364.17, at 
2.50 per diem, 392.50 

Can. Express Co., charges . . . 

Canadian Engineers, subscrip- 
tion 

C.P.R. Tel Co., telegrams 

Canada Stamp & Stencil Co., 
repairing stamp 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Fitzgerald, Anna, services ais 
stenographer at 2.00 per diem 

Fullerton C. H., trav. expenses 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 

Heaton's Agency, copies of 
annual 



756 


67 
25 


3 

50 


00 
76 




50 

75 


80 

530 

26 


00 
50 
2?> 



2 50 



House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 6 6a 

Hubertus, M. A., postage 
stamps 200 00 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery, 421.37; printing and 
binding, 267.11 

Meader, C. H., trav. expenses.. 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Rashotte, F., repairs to auto . . 

Raw, J.* F. Ltd., blue prints . . 

Renouf Pub. Co., book 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 24.00, repairs and sup- 
plies, 11.50 35 50 



688 


48 


687 


01 


8 


58 


27 


25 


2 


42 


4 


50 



Trades and Labour Branch. 

Salaries ($6,826.25) 

W. A. Riddell: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 3,000 00 

H. C. Hudson: do Inspector of Labour Agencies and 

Clerk 1546 80 

H. L. Martin: Ten do Clerk and Statistician 887 31 

A. D. Harpell: Twelve do Stenographer 851 47 

G. Kinsella: Six do do 372 67 

N. Norris: Three do Clerk of Files 168 00 



Apps, Elizabeth, services as in- 
vestigator at 2.66 per diem, 
429.33; trav. expenses, 109.10 

Art Metropole, Ltd., cross sec- 
tion paper 

Bell Telephone Co., messages . . 

British & Colonial Press, Ltd., 
printing and developing . . . 

Brown Bros.. mimiograph, 
110.00; supplies, 45c 

Canada Customs, duty charges 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Mfg. Pub. Co., advertising 

C.P.R. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Dept. of Social Service and 
Evangelism of the Methodist 
Church, book 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Forest Press, book 



Contingencies ($6,836.97) 

Gaylord Bros., filing cases ... 1 50 
Grand & Toy, Ltd., repairs to 

538 43 desk 2 50 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams ... 74 75 

1 80 Harrison & Sons, book 83 

3 05 Hudson, H. C, trav. expenses . 287 95 

Industrial Banner, advertising 33 25 

60 King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery, 1,582.80; club bag, 

110 45 16.50; half-tones, 34.21; paper, 

30 49 5.73; printing and binding:. 

8 70 108.72 1,747 96 

80 00 Kinsella, G., services as steno- 
29 98 grapher at 2.33% per diem . 364 00 
Labour Temple Co., Ltd., ad- 
vertising W 

75 Labour Directory, advertising lb 

7 18 Lemon, Geo. E., fastening type- 

4 50 writer to desk 50, 



18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Trades and Labour Branch.— Continued. 



McCullough, John, services as 
clerk at 4.00 per diem 

McMaster, M. H., postage 
stamps 

MacLean Publishing Co., ad- 
vertising 

MacPherson, E., services as 
clerk at 3.00 per, diem 

Marks, Jos. T., advertising . . 

Martin, H. L., trav. expenses . . 

Masonic Pub. Co., advertising 

National Safety Council, 
Chicago, safety calendars . . . 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Rauben, H. W., book 

Reynolds, G. N., & Co., Ltd., 
folders 

Riddell, W. A., trav. expenses . 



Contingencies. Continued. 

Rochester University Book 

68 00 Room, book 

Scarborough Co., of Canada, 

842 00 map 

Students' Book Room, Univer- 

11 25 sity of Toronto, books 

Toronto Neivs, advertising .... 

63 00 Toronto Rly. Co., car tickets . 

100 00 Tugwell, H. C, & Co., photo 

146 46 prints 

18 75 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

typewriter, 166.72; repairs 

60 36 and supplies, 1.00; rental, 

20.00; inspections, 9.00 

32 00 Weaver, E. C, services as in- 

2 15 vestigator at 3.20^ per diem, 

769.20; trav. expenses, 34.75.. 

2 70 Wright, V., services as clerk at 

340 54 2.33% per diem 



8 10 

3 50 

129 60 

250 00 

25 00 

38 



196 72 



803 95 



338 34 



American Sociological Society. 

American Association for La 

bour Legislation 



Membership Fees and Educational Work ($27.00) 
3 25 



National Safety Council 
New York Survey 



5 00 



15 00 
3 75 



Labour Bureau. 

Salaries ($2,700.00) 

R. Edgar: Twelve months' salary as Secretary 1,700 00 

W. Wood: do Clerk and Stenographer 1,000 00 

Contingencies ($469.50) 
Toker, E. J., services as clerk at 1.50 per diem 469 50 

Boiler Inspection Branch. 

Salaries ($9,700.00) 

D. M. Medcalf : Twelvemonths' salary as Chief Boiler Inspector 2.150 00 

T. J. Main: do Boiler Inspector 1,700 00 

H.Brown: do do 1,600 00 

G. Drummond: Ten do do 1,250 00 

W.H.Burns: Twelve do do ,. 1,500 00 

J. A. Findlay: • do do 1,500 00 



Contingencies ($6,935.42) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., Can. Mfg. As. advertising 

slide rules, gauge, etc 22 55 C.P.R. Co., Tel., telegrams . . . 

Art Metropole, Ltd., blue print Contract-Record, advertising . . 

frames and glass 13 45 Drummond, Gavin, trav. ex- 

Beattie, Geo. J., batteries and penses 

lam 'P '- ; 23 25 Findlay, Jas. A., trav. expenses 

B ?r o n n'o?' en ' ry ' VYi* e ^ enses ' 1 1Qn 99 G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams.... 

1,189.27, accountable, 95c. . . . 1,190 22 

Burns Win., trav. expenses Industrial Banner, advertising 

1,017.81; accountable 30c. .. 1018 11 Industrial Canada, advertising 

Can. Customs, duty charges ... 5 62 King's Printer, distribution, 

Can. Express Co., charges 80 stationery, 242.84; half-tones, 



17 


50 


11 


01 


25 


38 


382 


68 


705 


05 


24 


15 


40 


95 


17 


50 



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19 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Boiler Inspection Branch.— Continued. 

Contingencies.— Continued. 



31.30; paper, 1.37; printing 
and binding, 178.51 

McCullough, John, services as 
clerk at 3.75 per diem 1110 00 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 175 00 

MacLean Publishing Co., adver- 
tising ; 

Main, Thos. J., trav. expenses 

Medcalf, D. M., trav. expenses . 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg., Co., 
repairing test gauges 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 



454 02 



112 50 
944 25 

417 78 

4 85 

5 00 



Nugent, A. P., services as clerk 
and stenographer at 3.33 per 
diem 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., photo 
supplies 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., club 
bags 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets.. 

Toronto Weekly Ry., & Steam- 
boat Guide, subscription 

United Typewriter Co. Ltd., in- 
spections, 11.00; repairs and 
supplies, 3.50 



103 32 

6 48 

33 !50 
50 00 

6 00 



14 50 



Unpaid Accounts, 1916-17 ($11.25) 
MacLean Publishing Co., advertising 



11 25 



Factory Inspection Branch. 



J. T. Burke: Twelve months' 

A. W. Holmes: 
H. J. Tutt: 
Robt. Hungerford: 
H. Clark? 

F. Kellond: 
S. J. Mallion: 
W. Brennagh: 
W. S. Forster: 
M. Carlyle: 

A. B. Reddick: 

M. McLaughlin: Four 

L. M. Longthorne: Twelve 

M. Pettit: 

A. M. Barron: 

L. E\ Armstrong: 

K. E. Reesor : Three and one-half 

G. H. Bostock: Twelve 



Salaries ($22,069.57) 

salary as Chief Inspector 2,150 00 

do Inspector 1,600 00 

do do 1,600 00 

do do 1,600 00 

do do 1,600 00 

do do 1,600 00 

do do 1,600 00 

do do 1,500 00 

do - do 1,500 00 

do Female Inspector 1,100 00 

do do 1,100 00 

do do 409 34 

do Clerk and Stenographer 825 00 

do Stenographer 850 00 

do do 750 00 

do do 708 78 

do do 276 45 

do Chemist 1,300 00 



Contingencies ($10,148.95) 



Barron, F. I., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem . . 

Beaver Flint Glass Co., glass 
tubes 

Bostock, G. H., services as 
chemist, 3.20; trav. expenses, 
128.75 

Brennagh, W., trav. expenses.. 

Burke, J. T., trav. expenses . . 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Carlyle, M., trav. expenses 

Clark, H. A., trav. expenses . . . 

Cutten & Foster, instrument 



352 


00 


9 


20 


131 


95 


904 


78 


152 


85 


3 


95 


1 


65 




59 


109 


30 


134 


51 



Dominion. Association of Fire 
Chiefs, advertising 



13 95 



20 00 



Dom. Express Co., charges 

Forster, W. S., trav. expenses 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Hendry, G. M., Co., Ltd., 

apparatus 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Holmes, A. W., trav. expenses 
Hungerford, R., trav. expenses 
Industrial Banner, advertising. 
Industrial Canada, advertising. 
Kellond, Fred., trav. expenses. 
King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery. 475.03; directory, 
10.00; paper, 234.73; printing 

and binding, 67.36. 

Labour News, advertising 

Lyman Bros., & Co., chemicals 



1 


60 


507 


47 


2 


70 


51 


81 


3 


50 


147 


80 


831 


15 



20 49 

48 00 

282 36 



787 12 
11 00 
20 36 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Factory Inspection Branch. — Continued. 



Lynett, Kathleen, services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 

McAinsh & Co., Ltd., books 

McLaughlin, M., services as in- 
spector at 3.20 per diem, 
460.80; trav. expenses, 539.08 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 

Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
hooks '. 

Mallion, S. J., trav. expenses . . 

Marriott, D„ services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem, 
312.00; at 2.16% per diem, 
340.34 

National Safety Council, copies 
of proceedings 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 



Contingencies. — Continued. 



146 00 
3 00 



999 88 
400 00 

3 75 
926 57 



652 34 



30 00 



31 25 



Potter, Chas., lantern slides, etc. 121/15 

Reesor, E. K., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.08% per diem, 
100,00; at 2.25 per diem, 
333.83 433 83 

Reid, Richard, birth certifi- 
cates 

Reddick, A. B., trav. expenses. 

Rowan, J. E., services as clerk 
at 2.16% per diem 

Shaw, A. W., Co., book 

Tutt, H. J., trav. expenses 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriters, 230.85; inspec- 
tions, 33.00; repairs and sup- 
plies, 48.30 312 15 

Vernon, Hy., & Son, Hamilton 

directory 6 00 



2 


96 


587 


77 


49 


83 




75- 


891 


63 



Administration of Justice. Witnesses and Interpreters, Membership Fees and 
Educational Work ($98.40) 



Armstrong, Jas., fees 3 00 

Bowlby, S., services re A. S. 

Taylor 10 40 

McKillop, Jas. B., fees prosecu- 
tion, re D. iS. Perrin Co 10 00 



McWhinney, Brown & Rogers, 
legal services 50 00 

Parsons, C. L., fees, American 
Chemical .Society 10 00 

Washington, S. F., services re 
Tuckett Tobacco Co 15 00 



Stationary Engineers. 
Salaries ($5,010.48) 

W. C. McGhie: Twelve months' salary as Chairman of Board 2,150 00* 

T. H. Laidlaw: Three do Stenographer 199 00 

K. D. Coulter: Twelve do do 825 00 

M. A. Sinclair: do do 836 48 

Jno. Dennis: Ten do Inspector 1,000 00 



Contingencies ($7,276.41) 



Canadian Association of Sta- 
tionary Engineers, advertising 15 00 
Can. Manufacturers Association, 

advertising 12 00 

Can. Manufacturers' Pub. Co., 

advertising 45 50 

C.P.R. Tel. Co., telegrams 79 

Corrigan, Wm„ services attend- 
ing board meetings, * 280.00; 

trav. expenses, 175.69 455 69 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., table 18 00 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams .. 3 10 

Hammond, M. E., services as 
stenographer at 2.33% per 

diem 224 00 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 51 

Industrial Banner, advertising. 15 76 
Industrial Canada, advertising 24 00 
International Railway Pub. Co., 

subscription 3 00 



King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 445.87; club bag, 
18.50; directory, 10.00; print- 
ing and binding, 93.15 

Labour Educational Publishers, 
advertising 

Lowe-Martin Co., Ltd., guides, 
folders and filing section . . 

McCombe, Stella, services as 
stenographer at 2.00 per diem, 
244.83, at 13.00 per week, 
322.83 

McGhie, W. C, trav. expenses, 
684.53 ; services attending 
board at 4.00 per night, 
420.00 

McGhie, C. L, services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem, 
96.00, at 2.66 per diem, 321.50, 
at 2.3S46 Per diem, 273.00 . . 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 



567 52- 



4 73- 
70 55 



567 6ft 



1,104 53. 



690 50 
1,960 00 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



31 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Stationary Engineers.— Continued. 
Contingencies.— Continued. 

MacLean Publishing Co., adver- Remington Typewriter Co., in- 

tising 55 08 spections 

Moseley, Chas., services attend- Rolph & Clark, printing certifi- 

ing board meetings, 255.00 ; cates 

trav. expenses, 168.78 423 78 Townley, O. M., services as 

Port Arthur Daily News, ad- stenographer at 2.00 per diem 

vertising 3 00 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . 

Record Printing Co., advertising 3 60 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 



12 00 

370 11 

570 00 
25 00 

31 00 



Travelling Expenses of Inspector ($660.22) 
Dennis, John, trav. expenses 



660 22 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HIGHWAYS. 

Salaries ($26,428.25) 

W. A. McLean: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister 3,000 00 

Geo. Hogarth: do Engineer 2,300 00 

A. Sedgwick: do Asst. Engineer 1,850 00 

W. Huber: do do 1,800 00 

R. C. Muir: do do 1,400 00 

R.M.Smith: do do 1,400 00 

J. A. P. Marshall: Seven do do 825 00 

H. W. D. Armstrong: do do 884 61 

G. C. Austin: Twelve do Accountant 1,600 00 

K. A. Cockburn: do Chief Clerk 1,400 00 

D. P. Wagner: do Secretary, allowance on military 

leave 848 80 

W. H. Losee: Three do Asst. Engineer 350 00 

A. A. Smith : Twelve do do 1,600 00 

G. C. Parker: do do 1,600 00 

W. Adams: do Clerk and Stenographer 800 00 

M. McKenzie: do Draughting Assistant 775 00 

M.H.Martin: Eight do do do 519 84 

Gladys R. Runnalls: Twelve do Stenographer * 725 00 

B. I. Bradley: do do 725 00 

E. *M. James : do do 725 00 

Geo. Guillet: do Clerk 1,300 00 



American Forestry Association, 
dues 

American Society of Civil En- 
gineers, copies of paper . . . 

American Society of Testing 
Materials, book 

Armstrong, H. W. D., services 
as asst. engineer at 112.00 
per month, 258.45; trav. ex- 
penses, 98.90 

Art Metropole*, Ltd., rod 

Automobile Road Guide of 
Canada, advertising 

Auto Livery, auto hire 

Austin, G. C., trav. expenses. . 

Baldwin, A. H., trav. expenses 

Beemer, Helen M., services as 
clerk and stenographer at 
13.00 per week, 88.83, at 13.50 



Contingencies ($17,109.02) 

per week, 356.06, at 14.00 

3 25 per week, 265.58 710 47 

Bradley, B. I., trav. expenses 1 05 

1 70 Brimstin, Geo., key 50 

Bull, Chas., auto hire 72 10 

2 00 Bull Bros., auto hire 12 00 

Callaghan, G. V., services as 

clerk at 2.25 per diem 229 50 

Campbell, F. G., auto hire ... 40 00 

357 35 Can. Express Co., charges 15 98 

14 00 Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 

Facts 2 00 

75 00 Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 1 45 

15 00 C.P.R. Tel. Co., telegrams 3 86 

16 20 Central Press Agency, multi- 

8 17 graph 2 50 

Cosby, N. W., services as clerk 

at 20.00 per week 186 66 

Cockburn, K. A., trav. expenses 16 80 



22 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HIGHWAYS.— Continued. 



Commercial Press, Ltd., adver- 
tising 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 

Dom. Press Clipping Agency, 
clippings 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., transit and 
tape 

Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., adding 
machine, 362.25; repairs and 
supplies, 14.30 

Galbraith Photo Co., developing 
and printing 

Gorrie, A. D., & Co., Ltd., auto 
repairs 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 

Grigwon, John, auto hire .... 

Hill, Walter, auto hire 

Hogarth, Geo., trav. expenses. 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Huber, W., trav. expenses 

Hughson, L., board of men, 
33.00; auto hire, 5.50 

Huyck, Dorothy, services as 
bookkeeper and stenographer 
at 2.25 per diem, 432.00, at 
14.00 per week, 282.50 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., gasoline . . . 

Iliffe & Sons, Ltd., book 

Irving, W. A., board of men.. 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 1,387.12; loose leaf 
binders, 19.65; half-tones, 
158.99; directory, 10.00; port- 
folios, 55.25; time books, 
167.79; cheque books, 126.25; 
paper, 369.47; printing and 
binding. 981.23 

Laidlaw, Jas., auto hire 

Ledingham, John, services as 
draughtsman at 100.00 per 
month 

Losee, W. H., trav. expenses . 

McAinsh & Co., Ltd., books and 
maps 

McLean, W. A., trav. expenses 

McVicar, A. B., services as 
clerk at 18.00 per week . . 

Map & Advertising Co., Ltd., 
atlas 

Marshall, J. A. P., trav. expen- 
ses 

Martin, H., services' as clerk 
at 2.25 per diem 

Might Directories, Ltd., multi- 
graphing letters 

Moore, "W. J., instrument re- 
pairs 

Morris, W. R., legal services.. 



Contingencies. — Continued. 

Muir, R. C, trav. expenses 703 05 

90 00 Multigraph Sales Co., multi- 

2 50 graph machine and equip- 

19 31 ment, etc 903 85 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

75 00 subscriptions 52 37 

Ontario Motor League, advertis- 

236 70 ing 105 00 

Parker, G. C, trav. expenses.. 215 78 
Porsons, F. H., report of Hamil- 

376 55 ton Rd. Convention 15 00 

Potter, Chas., photo supplies 5 20 

15 23 Power Wagon, The, copy of 

Motor Truck 25 

5 97 Presbyterian Lantern iSlide 

29 84 Dept., slides 24 35 

22 95 Pullan, E., Wiper & Waste Co., 

18 00 Kleanser cloth 2 40 

656 65 Ramsey, J. G., & Co., photo sup- 
plies 364 17 

15 06 Raw, J. F., Ltd., blue prints . . 603 89 

388 70 Robinson, Mary G., services as 

760 01 clerk at 2.25 per diem 290 25 

Royal Standard Typewriter Co., 
38 50 inspections, 67.00; repairs and 

supplies, 4.50 71 50 

Sedgwick, A., trav. expenses . . 327 45 

Seip, Adam, auto hire 7 50 

714 50 Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., album.. 2 50 

3 65 Skeffington, T. A., services as 
31 draughtsman at • 125.00 per 

8 00 month 341 32 

Sloan, W., printing photos . . 13 90 
Smith, A. A., trav. expenses, 
528.45; petty disbursements, 

2.50 530 95 

Smith, R. M., trav. expenses . . 322 28 

Smire, E. C, gasoline 10 60 

Squire, IS. L., services as muni- 

3,275 75 cipal adviser at 200.00 per 

10 50 month, 992.23; trav. expenses, 

164.66 1,156 89 

Stillwell Co., slides 49 40 

330 75 Stinson. John, auto hire 5 00 

92 80 Students' Book Dept., Univ. 

Toronto, bulletins, books and? 

27 25 pamphlets 9 10 

196 82 Studio, Guelph, photo 1 00 

Terry, J. J., auto hire 12 00 

273 00 Toronto Weekly Railway & 

Steamboat Guide, subscrip- 

25 00 tion 6 00 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 20 0G 
525 32 Toronto Daily News, advertis- 
ing 250 00 

243 00 Toronto Saturday Night, ad- 
vertising 106 00 

9 99 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

inspections, 6.00; repairs and 

7 50 supplies, 2.50 8 50 

10 00 University of Toronto, slides . 13 80 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



23 



. CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued. 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HIGHWAYS.— Continued. 

Contingencies.— Continued. 

VanLuvan Bros., gasoline and Watts, H. A., services as multi- 
oil 20 27 graph operator at 15.00 per * 

Warney, Marguerite, services week? 70 00 

as stenographer at 12.00 per Wilson, J. G., auto hire 10 00 

week 156 00 Young, John, auto hire 8 85 

Motor Vehicles Branch. 

Salaries ($8,674.33) 

J. P. Bickell: Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk 1,650 00 

A. A. Towniey: do Clerk 1,450 00 

Harvey Kelly: do do 1,300 00 

C. McKelvie: do do 1,100 00 

J. C. Dafoe: do do 850 00 

R. Cullen: Two do do 124 33 

Bella Scott: Twelve do do 750 00 

M. Warney: do do ' 750 00 

Grace Tamblyn: do do and Typist 700 00 



Allen, "Wm. L., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 

Bennett, W. H., services as 
clerk at 110.00 per month . . 

Bickell, J. P., trav. expenses. 

Cairns, Bernard, rubber stamp 

Can. Express Co., charges . . 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams . . 

Cash, Ernest P., services as 
clerk at 100.00 per month... 

Casualty Insurance Bureau, 
auto list books 

Crashley, Thos., cartage, 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Donnelly, Basil, services as 
clerk at 10.00 per week .... 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . 

Howard, Muriel, services as 
clerk and stenographer at 
14.00 per week 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Hustwitt, A. iS„ Co., Ltd., re- 
pairing adding machine .... 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 1,495.29; club 
bags, 32.00; halftones, 4.50; 
cards and folders, 300.11; 



Contingencies ($13,092.18) 

boxes, 45.00; paper, 4.39; 
939 00 printing and binding, 1,792.32 3,673 61 

McAinsh & Co., Ltd., books . . 5 50 

683 49 McKee, T. P., services distribut- 

66 60 ing copies of act 3 00 

70 Madden, H. B., services as clerk 

99 53 at 90.00 per month 38 06 

47 26 Might Directories, Ltd., address- 

14 78 ing envelopes 333 07 

4 01 Royal Standard Typewriter Co., 

typewriters, 234.90; inspec- 
iir oq tions, 72.00; repairs and sup- 
plies, 14.00 320 90 

g 5g Salvation Army Industrial 

2i 76 Dept., cartage 1 50 

158 81 Smith, Emma, services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem, 522.00, at 

m ?0 2.25 per diem, 117.00 639" 00 

!r 9 sq Starr, Ellen, services as clerk 

and stenographer at 2.25 per 

diem, 162.00, at 2.50 per diem, 

387.50, at 2.60 per diem, 223.60' 773 10 

398 99 Tamblyn, C, services as clerk 

3,610 00 at 12 .oo per week 582 00 

Warney, Marguerite, services as 

5 75 stenographer at 12.00 per 

week 404 00 

Western Casualty Underwriters' 
Association of Canada, supply 
lists 1 20 



GAME AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. 

Salaries ($18,575.77) 

D. McDonald: Six months' salary as Deputy Minister 1,522 43 

do do Superintendent 1,250 00 

Geo. H. Rapsey : do do 1,361 11 

A. Hunter: Twelve do Fish and Game Inspector 1,750 00 

H. G. Cox: do do 1,878 77 

J. H. Pegg: do Clerk 1,700 00 



24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

GAME AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

W. S. Thompson: Eleven months' salary as Clerk 1,478 06 

W. S. Masson: Twelve do do allowance on military leave 485 40 

E. Langevin : do do 1,000 00 

E. Katzenmeyer : do do and Stenographer 825 00 

L. H. Bracken : do do do 875 00 

N. B. Lynch: do do do 825 00 

K. Campbell : do do do 825 00 

B. A. Schmidt: do Filing Clerk 850 00 

Geo. Graham. do Clerk 1,200 00 

Clara Roche : do do and Stenographer 761 00 

Contingencies ($9,663.72) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., paper, 620.77; printing and 

repairs and supplies, 6.35; binding, 1,632.51 4,1*5 81 

inspections, 8.00 14 35 McCartney, W. H., services as 

Can. Express Co., charges 53 03 clerk at 3.00 per diem 889 50 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 30 21 McDonald, D., trav. expenses. . 153 60 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams 99 53 McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 1,700 00 

Cox, H. G., trav. expenses .... 413 79 Newspapers and periodicals, 

Dept. of Public Printing & Sta- subscriptions 1 50 

tionery, Ottawa, Canada Pegg, J. H., trav. expenses . . 4 58 

Gazette 4 00 Quinn, F. S., services as clerk 

Dom. Express Co., charges ... 63 01 at 100.00 per month 230 75 

Fleming, Serena, services as Rapsey, G. H., trav. expenses . 269 08 

stenographer at 2.50 per diem 782 50 Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

Graham, Alex., registration fee 1 45 inspections, 10.00; repairs and 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams .. 24174 supplies, 4.75 : 14 75 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- Taylor, J. & J., Ltd., moving 

age 21 28 safe . 7i 3 15 

Hunter, A., trav. expenses . . . 267 76 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 10 00 
International Railway Pub. Co., Toronto Weekly Railway & 
subscription 3 00 Steamboat Guide, subscrip- 
ting's Printer, distribution, tion 6 00 

stationery, 663.25; licenses Turner, Mrs. L., washing letter 

and receipt books, 167.50; press cloths 100 

vellum cloth, 1,028.08; trans- United Typewriter Co., type- 

fer cases, 18.00; law list, writer, 139.00; inspections, 

3.50; directory, 10.00; port- 42.00; repairs and supplies, 

folios and club bags, 52.20; 7.35 188 35 

Game. and Fish reports ($133.37) 

King's Printer, distribution, paper, 27.15; printing, 106.22 133 37 



Sales Branch 

Salaries ($3,013.63) 

S. L. Squire: Seven months' salary as Sales Manager 1,633 33 

Geo. McCall : Five and one-half do Clerk 542 30 

Jennie M. Beaupre: .Seven do Filing Clerk and Stenographer.. 452 00 

M. Robinson: Six do Clerk and Stenographer 386 00 



14 99 



Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
2.90; rent of instruments, 
12.09 

Burroughs Adding Machine 
Co., adding machine 1121 61 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 3 55 



Contingencies ($6,739.46) 

Can. Nor. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 8 75 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams... II 43 

Cerswell, C. S., services as 

clerk at 13.50 per week 315 50 

Crashley, Thos., cartage € 09 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



25 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



GAME AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



Sales Branch.— Continued. 



Contingencies. — Continued. 



Follis-Footes, Co., stationery 
supplies and shellac 7 14 

Fox, Geo., E., drawing for fish 
scrap incinerator 40 00 

G.N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams 139 78 

Joyce, John, services purchas- 
ing fish 15 00 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 1,008.14; fyling 
cabinet, 83.70; loose leaf 
binders, 101.88; receipt books, 
161.20; printing and binding, 
220.41 1575 33 

Latimer, M. I., services as sten- 
ographer at 15.00 per week. 355 00 

McCall, G. S., trav. expenses. . 197 05 

McMaster, M. H., postage 
stamps 650 00 

Might Directories Ltd., mul- 
tigraphing letters 2 91 

Postmaster, postage stamps ... 29 00 



Quinn, F. S., services as clerk 
at 100.00 per month, 461.50, 
at 110.00 per month, 564.98.. 

Rapsey, G. H., trav. -expenses 

Royal Standard Typewriter Co., 
Ltd., inspections, 21.00; re- 
pairs and supplies, 4.50; type- 
writer, 105.30 

Squire, S. L., trav. expenses . . . 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising 

Toronto Globe Ptg. Co., adver- 
tising 

Toronto Mail and Empire, ad- 
vertising 

Toronto News Pub. Co., adver- 
tising 

Toronto World, advertising . . . 

Toronto Ry. Co.„ car tickets . . 

Watson, Henry, trav. expenses 

Wyckoff, L., services as clerk at 
13.50 per week 



1,026 
221 


48 
37 


130 

319 

25 


80 
77 
00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


250 00 
25 00 
15 00 
20 50 



157 50 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



Salaries ($36,920.50) 



C. H. Sproule: Twelve months' salary as 



J. T. White: 

C. A. Matthews: 

do 
W. N. Douglas: 

D. R. Mackenzie: 
N. H. Crow: 

W. W. McKinlay: 
John Gorman: 
Allan C. Mackay: 
M. Jacques: 
R. Rennie: 
R. T. Regan: 
O. B. Henry: 
W. H. Callaghan: 
G. J. L. Jones: 
H. C. Phair: 

E. Cosgrove: 
Gordon Harris: 
J. H. Ronan: 

F. Masson: 
Helen McClung: 
May Sinon: 
Harry Cochrane: 



do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Assistant Treasurer , 

Solicitor 

Clerk and Minister's Secretary 

Clerk of Estimates 

Chief Clerk and Accountant . . 

Cashier 

Clerk 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Clerk and Stenographer 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Clerk and Messenger . . 



allowance on military leave 



Contingencies ($20,068.11) 



Auto Livery, auto hire 6 00 

Bank of Montreal, cable charges 3 75 
Bradstreet, The Co., subscrip- 
tion 50 00 

Burroughs Adding Machine 
Co., adding machines, 744.80; 
inspections, 28.00 772 80 



Can. Stamp and Stencil Works, 

Ltd., rubber stamps 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., Facts . . . 
C.P.R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams... 
Cassels, C, trav. expenses, 9.68; 



4,200 


00 


3,000 


00 


2,300 


00 


200 


00 


2,600 


00 


2,400 


00 


1,600 


00 


1,600 


00 


1,550 


00 


1,450 


00 


1,450 


00 


1,350 


00 


1,450 


00 


1,450 


00 


1,450 


00 


820 


50 


1,450 


00 


1,350 00 


900 


00 


975 


00 


950 00 


850 00 


850 


00 


725 


00 


6 


65 


1 


20 


1 


00 


21 


16 



26 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued. 
TREASURY DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



services as inspector at 3.00 
per diem, 51.00 

Cashier, Treasury Dept., post- 
age stamps 

Catholic Register, advertising . 

Coles, F., services as stenog- 
rapher at 2.33% per diem, 
469.67; at 15.50 per week, 
299.66 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., repairs and 
supplies, 25.66; inspections, 
58.50 

Fi-nnerty, A., services as sten- 
ographer at 2.00 per diem, 
360.00 ; at 13.00 per week, 
290.49 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Hellmuth, I. F., legal services.. 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Hustwitt, A. S., Co., repairing 
time stamp 

Industrial Banner, advertising 

International Ry. Pub. Co., 
Ltd., subscription, to Guide . 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 2,027.26; transfer 
cases and boxes, 534.50; law 
list, 3.25; cheque books. 
1,789.50; directories, 40.00; 
brief bag, 11.60; numbering 
machine, 8.50; paper, 559.24; 
printing and binding, 3,781.28 

Lee, R., services as clerk at 
1.50 per diem 

Lovell. J., & Son. index . 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

McGarry, Hon. T. W., trav. ex- 

60 68 p-enses 700 00 

McKinlay, W. W., trav. expenses 8 75 

60 56 MacLean Publishing Co., adver- 

50 00 Using 402 50 

Magill, G., services as clerk at 

3.50 per diem 1,095 50 

Matthews, C. A., trav. expenses 457 46 
759 33 Montreal Financial Times 'Pub. 

16 10 Co., advertising 60 00 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 

subscriptions 217 73 

84 16 Nethery, John, services as 

clerk 7 50 

Provincial Motors Livery, Ltd., 

auto hire ' 9 50 

650 49 Remington Typewriter Co. Ltd., 

115 37 inspections 12 00 

500 00 Sherriff, B., services as clerk at 

1.50 per diem 469 50 

21 29 Slee, John, services as messen- 

2,970 20 ger at 1.50 per diem 81 00 

Staunton, O. B., & Wilson, duty 

2 25 forms and stationery 3 95 

125 00 Stevens Auto Livery, auto hire 12 25 

Toronto News Pub. Co., adver- 

3 00 tising 250 00 

Toronto Weekly Ry. & Steam- 
boat Guide, subscriptions to 

Guide 12 00 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 195 00 
United Typewriter Co. Ltd., in- 
spections, 60.00; repairs and 

supplies, 5.00 65 00 

8,755 13 Varley, J. A., flashlight 1 98 

Watson, F. M., services as clerk 

469 50 at 3.50 per diem 1095 50 

5 75 White, J. T., trav. expenses ... 299 62 



Unpaid Accounts, 1916=17 ($172.33) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery 



172 33 



Succession Duties Branch. 



R. E. M. Meighen 

do 
J. M. Baird: 
F. M. Devine: 
W. Turner: 
J. S, Rowland: 
C. J. Agar: 
B. H. Curry: 
V. B. Dowdell: 
M. Devitt: 
M. A. McKenzie: 
A. G. Smith: 



Salaries ($15,757.61) ^ 

Five months' salary as Solicitor under Succession Duty 

] Act 1.424 35 

Seven do Assistant Solicitor 1,516 00 

Twelve do do 2,000 00 

do do 1,917 26 

do Valuator 1,950 00 

do Chief Clerk 1,900 00 

do Accountant 1,900 00 

do Clerk 1,100 00 

do Stenographer and Filing Clerk . . 900 00 

do Stenographer 800 00 

do Actuary 250 00 

Two do Clerk and Messenger 100 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



27 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Succession Duties Branch.— Continued. 



Bank of Montreal, exchange on 
cheque 

Canada Customs, duty and 
brokerage 

Canada Law Book Co., law 
reports 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams 

Curran, A. J., services as clerk 
and messenger at 50.00 per 
month 

Devlin, V., services as steno- 
grapher at 14.00 per week . . 

Donley, A., services as steno- 
grapher at 14.00 per week . . 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Houston's Standard Pub. Co., 
copies Financial Review .... 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 831.44; 1 set 
Goad's Atlas, 3 vols., 175.00; 
letter books, 18.00; legal 
charts and law lisjts, 12.00; 





97 


2 


50 


21 
9 


00 
98 


284 


52 


730 


33 


153 
3 


99 

64 


12 


00 


4 

440 


53 
00 



($8,232,02) 

directory, 10.00; printing and 
binding, 109.95 1,156 39 

McNamara, A. A., services as 
clerk at 12.00 per week 96 00 

McVittie, C. H., services as 
clerk at 5.00 per diem 1,565 00 

MacBeth, H. G., services as 
clerk at 5.00 per diem 1,565 00 

Meighen. R. E. M., trav. expen- 
ses 31 80 

Morgan, Frank, services as clerk 
and messenger! at lv5Q per 
diem 70 50 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 86 00 

Nolan, C. J., services as mes- 
senger at 50.00 per month . . 25 00 

O'Brien, J. D., services as clerk 
at 5.00 per diem 1,550 00 

Shea, J. A., services as clerk at 
4.00 per diem 256 00 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter, 123.97; repairs and 
supplies, 7.50; inspections, 
36.00 167 47 



Real Estate Valuer for use of Motor Car ($250.00) 

Turner, Walter, allowance 



250 00 



AUDIT OFFICE. 

Salaries ($21,876.00) 

A. J. Rattray: Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk and Accountant .... 2,500 00 

do do Clerk of Public Accounts 200 00 

G. A. Brown: do First Class Clerk 2,200 00 

C. O. Brimer: Eight do Second Class Clerk 1,332 00 

T. R, Jennings: Twelve do Clerk 1,800 00 

W. A. Glockling: do do 1,700 00 

D.R.Roberts: do do 1,550 00 

W.H.Hewitt: do do 1,494 50 

P. A. Hicks: do do 1,550 00 

C. G. Gladman : do do - 1,550 00 

J.S.Paul: do do 1,350 00 

J. E. Maclean : do do 1,350 00 

C. E. O'Reilly : do do 1,350 00 

L. J. Leigh: do do allowance on military leave 698 50 

W. J. Crawford: do do do 101 00 

W. Starratt: do do 1,150 00 



Brown, G. A., trav. expenses . . 
Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 

repairs and supplies 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 
Chater, H. J., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 

Dignam, J. H., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem, 792.00; at 

3.25 per diem, 159.25 



Contingencies ($12,534.90) 

22 00 Dundas, W. W., auto hire 6 50 

Geddes, W. A., services as clerk 

6 60 at 4.00 per diem 1,252 00 

1 00 Harris, C. F., services as clerk 

at 3.50 per diem, 714.00; at 
66 00 3.75 per diem, 315.00; at 4.00 

7 45 per diem, 100.00 1,129 00 

Hartfield, John W., copy Hart- 
field'si Sterling Commistsion 
951 25 Tables 10 30 



28 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT —Continued. 



AUDIT OFFICE.— Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



75 00 



Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

International Railway Publish- 
ing Co., subscription 

Jackes, J. A., services as clerk 
at 4.50 per diem, 729.00; at 
4.75 per diem, 370.50; at 5.00 
per diem, 365.00 1,464 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 437.66; ledger 
binders and leaves, 56.75; 
directory, 10.00; printing and 
binding, 349.74 

Lee, H.„ services as clerk at 
3.00 per diem 

Macfadyen, H. H., services as 
clerk at 4.50 per diem, 729.00; 
at 4.75 per diem, 370.50; at 
5.00 per diem, 165.00 1,264 50 

Milne, Jas., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem, 792.00; at 
3.25 per diem, 159.25 951 25 



3 00 



50 



854 15 
939 00 



Municipal World, Ltd., copy of 

Municipal accounting 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 

Rice, M. B., services as clerk at 

3.00 per diem 

Roberts, D. R., trav. expenses. 
Scott, Jno., services as clerk at 

3.00 per diem 

Sillifant, M., deB., services as 

clerk at 3.75 per diem, 630.00; 

at 4.00 per diem, 312.00; at 

4.25 per diem, 284.75 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 
Toronto Weekly Railway & 

Steamboat Guide, subscription 

to Guide 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

typewriter 

Watson, C. V., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 



3 06 

13 00 

216 00 
19 65 

939 00 



1,226 
30 


75 

00 


6 


00 


138 


94 


939 


00 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. 

Salaries ($27,175.68) 

F. V. Johns: Seven months' salary as Assistant Secretary 2,119 60 

J. D. McGibbon : do Deputy Registrar 1,400 00 

Frank Costello: Twelve do Assistant do 1,258 00 

A. E. Semple: do Clerk and Minister's Secretary.. 2,300 00 

F. V. Johns : Five do Law Clerk 1,165 00 

J. B. McLachlan: Twelve do Clerk 1,725 00 

B. V. Donnelly : do do 1,900 00 

E. Jenkinson: do do 1,675 00 

M.E.Flanagan: Two do do 140 00 

A. E. Venables: Twelve do do 1,200 00 

Ada Ruby: Five do do 376 15 

Myrtle I. Hill: Seven do do ...< 41100 

E. M. Crawford : Ten do do 791 00 

Gertrude Mundy : Twelve do do 840 34 

H.R.Thomas: do do 400 00 

Harold Allen: do do 400 00 

W. R. Prouse: do do 500 00 

Ruby Predam : do - do 925 00 

A.A.Rogers: do do 950 00 

Robt. Martin: Eleven do do 1,195 82 

R. Oakley Smith : Four do do 338 6^ 

T. A. MOClennan: Twelve do do 840 00 

G. C. F. Meredith: • do Clerk and Stenographer 900 00 

Frances Lawrie: do do do 822 16 

A. L. Jacob : Four do Engrossing Clerk 280 00 

W. B. Livett: Nine do do 823 00 

W. F. Lillico: Twelve do Clerk and Messenger 1,100 00 

J. N. Medhurst: do do do 400 00 



Contingencies ($12,925.24) 



British & Colonial Press, Ltd., 

photo prints 22 00 

Bull, Chas., auto hire 18 50 

Bush, Allen, services as clerk at 
10.00 per week, 395.00; at 
11.00 per week, 38.50 434 00 



Campbell, Delia, services as 
clerk at , 14.00 per week, 
532.00; at 15.00 per week, 
212.50 

Canada 



Law Book Co., law 



books and reports 



744 50 
89 50 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



89 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued, 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams . . 

Carswell Co., Ltd., subscriptions 
to legal publications 

Columbia Graphaphone Co., dic- 
taphones 

Donnelly, E. V., trav. expenses 

Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., . adjusting 
machine 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., Ltd., telegrams 

Hill, Myrtle I., services as 
Clerk at 12.00 per week 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Imperial Year Book, one copy 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 1,804.91; loose leaf 
binders, 44.60; law lists, 
14.00; directories, 30.00; 
forms, 30.00; fyling cases, 
52.50; paper, 63.28; printing 
and binding, 748.85 

Law, J., services as clerk at 
8.00 per week 

Lovell, Jno., & Son, index 

Lowe, Stanley E., services as 
clerk at 8.00 per week, 65.33; 
at 9.00 per week, 396.00 

Lowe-Martin Co., Ltd., index 
guides and folders 

Mclntyre, Malcolm, services as 
clerk at 12.00 per week 

McMaster, M. H., post cards, 
125.00; postage stamps, 900.00 

McPherson, Hon. W. D., trav. 
expenses 

McRae, Ronald, services as clerk 
at 10.00 per, week 

MacKenzie & Co., Ltd., framing 
photo 

Mitchell, Jas. C, services as 
clerk at 8.00 per week 

Montgomery, Rae, services as 
clerk at 12.00 per week. 96.00; 
at 14.00 per week, 618.33 . . 

Multigraph Sales Co., Ltd., re- 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

1 70 pairs and supplies to multi- 

40 graph 22 50 

10 91 Munson Supply Co., pneumatic 

keys 3 60 

68 50 Nelson, Thos., & Sons., renewal 

pages, encyclopaedia 5 00 

338 40 Newspapers and periodicals, 

12 55 subscriptions 316 22 

Nethery, Jack, services as clerk 

1 21 at 1.50 per diem < 42 00 

30 43 Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

trays 6 70 

268 00 Provincial Motors Livery, auto 

hire 2 00 

33 22 Remington Typewriter CO., in- 

150 00 spections, 27.70; repairs and 

3 00 supplies, 23.65 51 35 

Robertson, John, services as 

clerk at 2.50 per diem 782 50 

Rolph-Clark, Stone, Ltd., blank 
forms, proofs, printing and 

parchments 475 90 

Royal Standard Typewriter Co., 
2 788 14 rental, 54.00; inspections, 

30.00 84 00 

?qi oo Ruby, Ada, services as clerk at 

13 H 15.00 per week 190 00 

Scarborough Co., of Canada, 

Ltd., map of Quebec 3 95 

Jfi1 Q o Schiller, J. G. A. M., services as 

4bi ^ clerk at 125.00 per month .. 879 80 

Strachan, Neil, services as clerk 
9 72 at 75.00 per month, 903.00; 

travelling expenses, 13.25 . . . 916 25 
210 00 t. & N. O. Ry., provisions and 
supplies, private car " Tema- 
1,025 00 gami m. 127 4i 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . • 15 00 
300 00 Toronto Weekly Railway and 
Steamboat Guide, subscrip- 
123 32 tions , 6 00 

Townsend's Livery, Ltd., livery 

4 75 hire 9 25 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
52 00 typewriter, 115.42; rental, 

116.00; inspections, 42.00 ... 273 42 
Watts, Winnifred, services as 

714 33 clerk at 12.00 per week 488 00 

"Williams, R. M., engrossing .. 4 00 



Inspection Public Institutions. 

Salaries ($41,161.64) 

W. W. Dunlop: Twelve months' salary as Inspector of Prisons and Public 

. Charities 3,000 00 

Alex. MacKay: .Seven do Inspector of Hospitals and Char- 
ities 1,633 33 

F. C. Williams: Two do Inspector of Hospitals for Insane 

and Reformatories 508 45 

Helen MacMurchy: Twelve do Inspector of Feeble-Mind ed 2,700 00 

J. R. Spry: do Farm Director 2.388 4fi 

F. C.Williams: Ten do Chief Accountant 1.666 00 



30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 
Inspection Public Institutions.— Continued. 



K. W. Wright: 


Twelve 


P. M. Nicholson: 


Two 


I. R. Aikens: 


Twelve 


W. J. Savage: 




J. 0. Anderson: 




James Lonergan: 




D. H. Burritt: 




A. P. Bell: 




W. C. Merrick: 




J. J. Kiernan: 




C. D. Gourlie: 




E. Hill: 




B. Haskayne: 




F. Quinlan: 




M. Hedley: 




A. Hoskins: 


Six 


E. Boyd : 


Twelve 


Pauline Patton: 




W. Murdoch: 




Florence Duncan 




Gladys E. Robertson: 


Alice McGlashan 




K. Shannon: 


; 


Edna M. Porte : 




Eva Mundy: 




Leila Roe: 


One 


Chas. Hill: 


Five 


J. T. Gilmore: 


Nine 



Salaries.— Continued. 

months' salary as Law Clerk 2,400 00 

do Clerk 300 00 

do do 1,900 00 

do do 1,700 00 

do do 1,750 00 

do do 1,407 05. 

do do 1,294 23 

do do allowance on military leave 893 48 

do do 1,500 00 

do do 1,294 23 

do do * 1,162 82 

do do allowance on military leave 763 95 

do do 850 00 

do do ■ 800 00* 

ao do 900 00 

do do 430 04 

do do and Stenographer 900 00 

do do do 950 00 

do do do 950 00 

do do do 850 00 

do do do 885 90 

do do do 750 00 

do do do 800 00 

do do do 725 00 

do do do 781 41 

do do do 32 60 

do Messenger, addition to military pay 44 69 

do Parole Officer 2,250 00 



g 

Aikens, I. R., trav. expenses . . 

Adams, C. Amy, services as clerk 
at 14.00 per week 

Barron, Geo., services as supt. 
plumber at 1,400.00 per 
annum, 650.69; trav. expen- 
ses, 131.85 

Blea, Wm., services as clerk 
at 3.50 per diem 

Brockville Recorder & Times, 
advertising 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
inspections 

Butterfield, R. P., services as 
surveyor at 3.00 per diem, 
109.00; at 21.00 per week, 
969.50; travelling expenses, 
60.80 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 

Canada Law Book Co., Supreme 
Court reports 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Can. National Live Stock Re- 
cords, membership fee 

Can. National Clay Products 
Association, dues 

C^n. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams 

Co-operative Supply Dept., books 



Contingencies ($28,704.40) 

25 78 Davis, E. C, services as clerk 

at 20.00 per week 173 33: 

424 67 Darby, Nettie, services as clerk 

at 14.00 per week T 231 00 

Dean, K. L., services as clerk 

at 1,080.00 per annum 900 03 

782 54 Dom. Express Co., charges 4 17 

Dunlop, W. W., trav. expenses 22 25 
1,095 50 Empire Mfg. Co., Ltd., testing 

plugs 22 OS 

6 50 Field, The Illustrated, bound 

volume, 1917 4 00 

8 00 Geddes, Jas., picture frames . . 8 90 

Gilmour, Dr. J. T., trav. ex- 
penses, 160.54; accountable, 

100.00 260 54 

Govan, Jas., services as archi- 
1,139 30 tect at 8.95 per diem, 2,801.35; 

2 10 trav. expenses. 293.00 3,094 35 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., blank book . 3 25 

4 50 Grant, MacLean, services as 

5 65 clerk at 12.00 per week 352 66 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 46 73 

4 00 Griffiths, Allan, services as 

draughtsman at 45.00 per 

2 00 month, 41.54, at 60.00 per 

60 month, 664.56; travelling ex- 

56 46 penses, 110.10 816 20 

4 68 Gnelph Herald, advertising 6 50 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



31 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 
Inspection Public Institutions.— Continued. 



Hale Bros., advertising 

Hamilton Herald, advertising.. 

Hamilton Spectator, advertising 

Hambly Bros., printed forms . 

Holstein-Priesian Association, 
membership fees and transfers 

Hoskins, A., services as clerk 
at 14.00 per week 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Industrial Banner, advertising 

Johns Hopkins Press, Ltd., 
books 

Kemptville Weekly Advance, 
advertising 

Kiernan, J. E., trav. expenses. 

Kincardine Review, advertising 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 1,352.98; map, 6.75; 
legal chart and law list, 
5.00; directory, 10.00; paper, 
55.45; printing and binding, 
630.95 

Kingston Daily Standard, ad- 
vertising 

Langmuir, M., Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
club bag 

London Free Press, advertising 

Lowe-Martin Co., Ltd., cards 
and folders 

Macfadyen, D., services as mes- 
senger at 10.00 per week 

McJannett, W. J., services as 
engineer at 1,500.00 per 
annum, 798.05; trav. expen- 
ses, 87.75 

McKessock, Kathleen, services 
as clerk at 14.00 per week . . 

McRae, Ronald, services as clerk 
at 14.00 per week 

MapKay, Dr. Alex., trav. expen- 
ses 

MacMurchy, Dr. Helen, trav. 
expenses 

Markdale Standard, advertising 

Mayor, Wilbur, services as mes- 
senger at 10.00 per week 

Merrick, C, trav. expenses . . . 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
cotton 

Mortimer, Margaret, services as 
clerk at 14.00 per week .... 

National Conference of Social 
work, membership fees 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Newsome, W. B.. & Co., printed 
forms, books, etc 

Nicholson, F. M., services as 
clerk at 1,800.00 per annum, 
1,442.29; trav. expenses, 205.40 



Contingencies.— Continued 
5 50 
9 75 

9 75 

81 90 



2,061 


13 


9 


00 


45 

7 


75 

65 


27 


25 


80 


00 


885 


SO 


623 


00 


60 


66 


314 


42 


588 
6 


05 
50 


105 
23 


00 
20 


5 


25 


434 


00 


3 


10 


64 


41 


17 


95 



Orillia Packet, advertising 

Ottawa Evening Journal, ad- 
vertising 

Penetanguishene Herald, ad- 
vertising 

8 75 Rattray, A., services as draughts- 
man at 110.00 per month 

336 00 Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

inspections 

13 00 Roe, Leila, services as clerk at 

1,500 00 15.00 per week 

62 50 Royal Standard Typewriter Co., 

Ltd., typewriters, 239.90; in- 

20 00 spections, 50.00; repairs and 

supplies, 7.00 

6 50 Simpson, Robt, Co., Ltd., cotton 

55 60 and cheesecloth 

6 50 Spry, J. R., trav. expenses 

Stovel Co., Ltd., map 

Tarling, C., Map Mounting Co., 
maps mounted 

Thompson, John, services as 
clerk at 950.00 per annum, 
183.50, at 1,200.00 per annum, 
973.00 

Thompson, Reginald, services 
as clerk at 10.00 per week, 
60.67, at 12.00 per week, 144.00 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising 

Toronto Evening Telegram, ad- 
vertising 

Toronto Globe Printing Co., ad- 
vertising 

Toronto Mail and Empire, ad- 
vertising 

Toronto News Pub. Co., adver- 
tising .. 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Toronto 
Steamboat 
tion 

Townsend's Livery, auto hire. . 

Tozer, E. R., grinding coal 
samples 

Training School of Vineland, 
advertising 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
rental, 25.00; inspections, 9.00 

Vanse, S. J., services as messen- 
ger at 8.00 per week, 192.00, 
at 10.00 per week, 285.67 

Weber, Mabel, services as clerk 
at 14.00 per week, 289.33, at 
15.00 per week, 472.50 

Whitehead, R., services as clerk 
at 12.00 per week 

Williams, F. C, trav. expenses 

Williams, G. N., services as 

draughtsman at 140.00 per 

month, 1,685.25; travelling 

1,647 69 expenses, 18.50 



World, advertising . . . 
Ry. Co., car tickets . . 
Weekly Railway and 
Guide, subscrip- 



6 50 

9 75 

6 50 

1,324 25 

113 50 

502 50 

296 90 

4 00 

463 51 

12 00 



2 75 



1,156 50 



204 


67 

81 


21 


17 


1 


62 


17 


87 


17 
17 
80 


03 
03 

00 


6 
6 


00 
no 


41 


75 


1 


00 


34 


00 



477 67 



761 83 

558 00 
278 05 



1,703 75 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Inspection Public Institutions.— Continued. 

Contingencies. — Continued. 

Williams, J. J., Dr., trav. ex- 

730 33 penses 

Woodstock Sentinel Review, ad- 



Wixon, Hazel, services as clerk 
at 14.00 per week 

Williams, Chas. R., services as 
draughtsman at 70.00 per 
month, 98.47, at 75.00 per 
month, 799.14; trav. expen- 
ses, 1.80 



vertising 

Wright, K. W., 



trav. expenses 



64 55 

6 50 
242 90 



899 41 



Registrar-General's Branch. 

Salaries ($23,311.00) 

J. W. S. McCullough: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Registrar-General and 

) Secretary of Board of Health 4,500 00 

S.J.Manchester: do Chief Clerk 1,800 00 

C. S. Horrocks: do CleTk 1,550 00 

Henry Barron: do do 1,400 00 

Frank Jones: do do 1,000 00 

E. G. Smith: do do 1,350 00 

G.W.Jones: do do 1,450 00 

J. H. Latimer : do do 1,400 00 

G. H. Johnston: do do allowance on military leave 998 50 

0. G. Clarke: do do 1,125 00 

A. B. Belcher: do do 1,300 00 

G. M. Clapp : . do do 775 00 

A.Ward: do do 775 00 

A. R. Kennedy : Five do do 437 50 

W. H. Bennett: Six do do 525 00 

H. J. Scobie: Twelve do Stenographer 900 00 

1. L. Hoag: do Marriage License Clerk 975 00 

J. M. Coates: do Messenger 1,050 00 



Adams, S., services as clerk at 
2.50 per diem, 52.50,, at 3.00 
per diem, 411.00 

Allen, Marion, services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem, 78.00, at 2.25 
per diem, 301.50 

Arber, A., services as clerk at 
2.50 per diem, 22.50, at 3.00 
per diem, 411.00 

Arthurs, W., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem, 62.50, at 3.00 
per diem, 399.00 

Barkley, R. H., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem, 7.50, at 3.00 
per diem, 123.00 

Blyth, D. S., signs 

Boyce, Nora, services as clerk at 
2.00 per diem, 186.00, at 2.15 
per diem, 167.70, at 2.40 per 
diem, 321.60 

Bowman, Annie, services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 

Bremner, J. F., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem 

Brethour, Blanche, services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 

Brooks, H., services as clerk at 
2.50 per diem 



Contingencies ($27,776.09) 

Brown, C. L., cervices as clerk 

at 2.50 per diem 87 50 

463 50 Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 

inspections 7 10 

Cameron, W. H., services as 

379 50 clerk at 2.50 per diem 100 00 

Central Press Agency, electro 

signature 75 

433 50 Clark, Rose A., services as 

clerk at 2.10 per diem 317 10 

Cochrane, E. S., services as clerk 

461 50 at 2.00 per diem 1 00 

Creighton, C. W., services as 

clerk at 2.50 per diem 37 50 

130 50 Daughtery, J. H., services as 

6 00 clerk at 2.50 per diem 85 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges 40 

Eakins, Mary, services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 160 00 

675 30 Foster, Grace, services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 278 00 

232 00 Garfunkle. Freda, services as 

clerk at 2.00 per diem 122 00 

115 00 George, C. H., services as clerk 

at 2.50 per diem, 7.50, at 3.00 

228 00 per diem, 417.00 424 50 

Graham, A. H., services as clerk 
98 75 at 2.50 per diem 107 50 



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33 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Registrar=General's Branch.— Continued. 



Greer, Lilian, services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Griffin, Lily, services as clerk at 
2.50 per diem, 54.00, at 2.25 
per diem, 303.75 

Gwinnie, Jas., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Halley, D., services as clerk at 
2.00 per diem, 42.00, at 2.25 
per diem, 301.50 

Hammond, C. H. W., services as 
clerk at 2.50 per diem 

Helps, F. H., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem, 7.50, at 3.00 
per diem, 120.00 

Henry, Lillie, services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Herriott, V. L., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem, 125.00, at 
3.00 per diem, 351.00 

Hill, A., services as clerk at 
2.50 per diem, 25.00, at 3.00 
per diem, 213.00 

Hodgson, Ralph, services as 
clerk at 2.50 per diem, 125.00, 
at 3.00 per diem, 354.00 

Hooper, A. A., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem 

Houston, Madeline, services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem, 158.00, 
at 2.15 per diem, 184.90, at 
2.40 per diem, 336.00 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hutton, G., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem 

Jeffery, E. R., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem 

Johnstone, C. H., services as 
clerk at 2.50 per diem, 35.00, 
at 3.00 per diem, 417.00 

Kennedy, E. R., services as 
clerk at 2.50 per diem, 125.00, 
at 3.00 per diem, 6.00 

Killham, Henry, services as 

. tlerk at 2.50 per diem 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 2,022.18; fyling 
cases. 51.75; registers, 54.00; 
directory, 10.00; paper, 
260.26; printing and binding, 
2,666.70 

Kirby, Vera M., services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 

Lawrence, J., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem 

Leckie, J. S., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem 

McDonald, Lilian, services as 
clerk at 2.25 per diem 

Mcllroy, S. A., services as 
messenger 



Contingencies.— Continued 

228 00 



McLaren, Catherine, services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem, 158.00, 

at 2.15 per diem, 88.15 246 15 

McLeod, Katherine, services as 

357 75 clerk at 2.00 per diem 248 00 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 2,250 00 
4 00 McNab, Adeline, services as 

clerk at 2.00 per diem 228 00 

Manchester, S. J., trav. expenses 52 45 
343 50 Markle, Gladys, services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 254 00 

50 00 Martin, Laura, services as clerk 

at 2.15 per diem, 113.95, at 

2.40 per diem, 345.60 

127 50 Might Directories, Ltd., multi- 
graphing 

264 00 Mitchell, Arthur, services as 

clerk at 1.50 per diem, 195.00, 
at 2.00 per diem, 100.00, at 

476 00 2.25 per diem, 299.25 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cards 

and guides 

238 00 Parrett, A. H., services as clerk 

at 2.50 per diem 

Partridge, Jessie E., services 

479 00 as clerk at 2.00 per diem . . 

Port, Francis M., services as 

317 50 clerk at 2.00 per diem 

Portch, Hazel, services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem, 54.00, at 

2.25 per diem, 301.50 

678 90 Precious, Wm, services as clerk 

at 2.50 per diem, 81.25, at 

4 87 3.00 per diem, 117.00 

Puncheon, R., services as clerk 
332 50 at 2.50 per diem, 132.50, at 

3.00 per diem, 249.00 

47 50 Reed, Christine, services as 

clerk at 2.00 per diem, 158.30, 
at 2.15 per diem, 206.40, at 

452 00 2.40 per diem, 321.60 

Robertson, D. E., services as 
clerk at 2.50 per diem, 7.50, 

131 00 at 3.00 per diem, 399.00 

Royal Standard Typewriter Co., 

115 00 inspections, 49.00; rental of 

machines, 349.50; repairs and 

supplies, 5.00 403 50 

Rumble, Mary, services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem, 78.00, at 2.25 

per diem, 299.25 

5,064 89 Saegar, T. J., services as clerk 

at 2.50 per diem 

228 00 Slocombe, Dorothy, services as 

clerk at 2.00 per diem, 180.00, 

137 50 at 2.15 per diem, 193.50, at 

2.40 per diem, 321.60 

57 50 Smith, W. F., services as clerk 

at 2.50 per diem 

331 75 Stookes, Gladys R., services as 

clerk at 2.15 per diem, 283.80, 
1 25 at 2.50 per diem, 451.80 .... 735 60 



459 


55 


38 


08 


594 


25 


210 


50 


30 


00 


226 


00 


268 


00 


355 


50 


198 


25 


381 


50 


686 


30 


406 


50 



377 


25 


87 


50 


695 


10 


77 


50 



3. P. A. 



34 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 
Registrar=QeneraI*s Branch. — Continued. 



Contingencies. — Continued. 



Stout, Florence E., services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 

Sumner, Evelyn S., services as 
clerk at 2.15 per diem, 346.30, 
at 2.50 per diem, 389.30 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

Tret'hewey, Gladys, services as 
clerk at 2.15 per diem, 113.95, 
at 2.40 per diem, 228.00 

Vance, Samuel, services as clerk 



254 00 



735 60 
20 00 



341 95 



at 2.50 per diem, 82.50, at 
3.00 per diem, 253.50 

White, May, services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem, 146.00, at 
2.15 per diem, 230.05, at 2.40 
per diem, 319.20 

Williams, J., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem 

Wood, S., services as clerk at 
2.50 per diem., 200.00, at 3.00 
per diem, 159.00 



Unpaid Accounts, 1916-17 ($401.21) 

King's Printer, paper, 144.51; printing and binding, 256.70 



District Registrars fees ($226.00) 



Aaron, John D. . 

Arthur, Ed 

Baker, F. H. ... 
Corke, Arthur . . 
Goghlan, Thomas 

Craig, W. J 

Crann, G. R. ... 
Darling, John M. 
Douglas, Stanley 
Fletcher, Mrs. P. 
Gamsby, G. G. 
Gardiner, S. C. 

Gauthier, D 

Gorman, M. J. . . 
Guin, Frank .... 
Guerin, Joseph . . 

Guy, H. C 

Hand, W. T 

Hayworth, A. F. 
Herbert, T. A. 
Hoath, R. J. ... 
Jackman, T. H. . 
Jeffkins, John . . . 
Jones, Norval G. 
Jordan, Mrs. Wm. 
Kelsey, E. H. ... 

Kiely, Wm 

Kirby, E. G 

Lawson, Guy C. . 
Lewis, E. V. 
Linder, C. O 



D. 



2 20 Loney, D. H 

22 20 Mather, M. B. . . . 

1 00 MacNab, J. A. 

40 MacDougall, D. A. 

2 00 McAuley, A 

1 40 Munroe, J. W. 

1 80 Naismith, H. B. . 

1 00 Nicholl, J. A. 

1 00 Paisley, S 

4 60 Quackenbush, P. 

20 Reed, Geo 

4 40 Robitaille, Jr. ... 
1 60 Rumley, J. J. 

1 00 Rumsey, Wm. . . . 

10 20 Schwarze, A. S. . 

5 40 Sproule, W. E. .. 
40 Stothers, W. J. . 

15 60 Sullivan, W. D. . 

20 Tasker, F 

3 60 Thornton, Frank 

4 60 Townsend, J. A. . 

5 00 Tremblay, Ed. . , 

1 80 Tutt, J. V 

60 Udy, Dean 

2 80 Vigrass, P. J. 

7 00 Walker, J. W. . 

1 80 Walker, R. J. .. 

40 Whitton, John . 

1 20 Wood, H. G. ... 

20 Wright, W. J. . 

3 20 



336 00 

695 25 
105 00 

359 00 

401 21 





60 


8 


00 




80 


1 


20 


1 


00 




40 




60 


6 


60 


3 


00 


6 


80 


2 


00 


1 


20 


1 


60 


6 


20 


6 


00 


4 


20 


6 


60 


1 


80 


8 


40 


8 


40 


1 


40 


5 


40 


1 


20 




20 


2 


60 


2 


20 


4 


60 




80 


1 


60 


1 


80 



Provincial Board of Health. 

Salaries ($28,010.35) 

Adam H. Wright: Allowance as Chairman 700 00 

T. E. Kaiser: do Member of Board 300 00 

W. H. Howey : do do do 300 00 

A. A. Weagant : do do do 75 00 

A. S. McElroy: do do do 225 00 

James Roberts: do do do 300 00 

J. W. S. McCullough : do do do 300 00 

R. W. Bell: Twelve months' salary as Medical Inspector 3,100 00 



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35 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Provincial Board of Health.— Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

J. A. Amyot: Twelve months' salary as Provincial Analyst in charge of 

! Laboratory, allowance on mili- 
tary leave 1,705 00 

H. M. Lancaster: do Provincial Chemist 2,000 00 

F. A. Dallyn: do Provincial Sanitary Engineer ..." 2,100 00 

G. B. Lindsay: do Chief Clerk 1,600 00 

Geo. J. Wanless : do Clerk 1,300 00 

M. Power : do do 1,000 00 

J. Benning: do Stenographer 900 00 

Annie E. Greer : do do . . .< 775 00 

Rita Wright : do do 725 00 

Wanda Matthews: Ten do do 578 00 

E. R. Boggis: Seven do do 495 85 

W. Fenton : Twelve do Laboratory Clerk 1,000 00 

George E. Young: One do Sanitary Inspector 125 00 

Alex. R. White: EJeven do do do 1,375 00 

R. W. Naylor: Twelve do Assistant Bacteriologist 1,650 00 

A. R. Bonham: do Assistant Chemist 1,350 00 

L. Morphy : do Stenographer 850 00 

A. V. De Laporte: do Chemist in charge of Experimen- 
tal Station, allowance on mili- 
tary leave 1,431 50 

EL H. Jones: do Attendant in charge of Exhibits.. 1,050 00 
W. T. Connell: do Assistant Bacteriologist, King- 
ston, Ont. 700 00 



Academy of Medicine, fees . . . 

American Assn. for Study and 
Prevention of Infant Mortal- 
ity, dues , 

American Medical Association, 
pamphlets 

American Medical Pub. Co., re- 
prints 

American Public Health Assn. 
annual fees 

American Society of Municipal 
/Improvements, membership 
fees 

Bailliere, Tindali & Cox, books, 

Bell, Dr. R. W., trav. expenses 

Black, A. & C. Ltd., book ... 

Boggis, E. R., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem 

Bonham, A. R., trav. expenses 

Canada Customs, duty charges 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Medical Protective Assn., 
membership fees 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams . . . 

Canadian Public Health Assn. 
membership fees 

Carnegie United Kingdom 
Trust, copies of report .... 

Carswell Co., Ltd., Ontario Law 
reports 

College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, fees 



Contingencies ($14,759.95) 

24 00 Commissioner of Patents, Ot- 
tawa, records 20 

Conference of Secretaries and 
5 00 Prov. Boards of Health of N. 

America, dues 10 00 

1 30 Dallyn, F. A., trav. expenses, 

262.72, accountable, 10.00 ... 272 72 
10 00 Dom. Express Co., charges ... 7 15 

Frowde, H., Hodder & Stough- 

5 00 ton, book 1 35 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 38 62 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., drugs, 

5 00 chemicals, etc 227 43 

5 68 House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
301 41 age 4 73 

1 37 Howie, Dr. W. H., trav. ex- 

penses 138 95 

322 50 Industrial Banner, advertising 62 50 

31 50 Ingram & Bell, Ltd., metal box 63 

2 95 International Rly. Pub. Co., 

3 50 Ltd., subscription 3 00 

Jones, E. H., trav. expenses, 

5 00 574.21; petty disbursements, 

1 10 12.84 587 05 

23 55 Kaiser, Dr. T. E., trav. ex- 
penses 26 75 

6 00 King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery, 2,018.81; license 

79 books, 60.00; directory, 10.00; 

seed bags, 13.00; club bag, 

2 50 15.00; half-tones, 75.33; map, 

3.95; paper, 1,143.16; print- 
2 00 ing and binding, 3,457.01 . . 6,796 26 



36 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Provincial Board of Health.— Continued. 



Contingencies- 
Lancaster, H. M., trav. expenses 144 67 

Lee & Febiger, books 1 75 

Library of Congress, catalogue 

cards 97 

McAinsh & Co., Ltd., books ... 28 75 

McCullough, Dr. J. W. S., trav. 
expenses 508 86 

McClelland, Goodchild & Stew- 
art, book 1 25 

^McElroy, Dr. A. S., trav. ex- 
penses 91 60 

Mc Master, M. H., nostage 
stamps 1,000 00 

Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 

books 46 30 

Matthews, Wanda, services as 
stenographer at 2.00 per diem 128 00 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

book 1 65 

Morrison, H., services as clerk 
at 4.00 per diem 888 00 

National Assn. of Audobon 

Societies, leaflets and books. 8 35 

National Baby-week Council, re- 
ports 1 19 

Nat. Conference of Charities 
and Correction, fees 3 00 

National Housing Assn., dues, 
5.00; copy of proceedings, 
2.00 7 00 

Nelson, - Thos., & Sons, renewal 

pages Encyclopaedia 6 00 

New England Water Works 

Assn., fees 4 00 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 

subscriptions 143 50 



-Continued. 

Ont. Medical Assn., fees 2 00 

Power, M., trav. expenses ... 433 85 

Public Health Journal, copies.. 583 50 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., photo sup- 
plies 7 53 

Rice Studio, Ltd., photo . .. . . 50 

Roberts, Dr. J. E., trav. ex- 
penses 47 50 

Royal Standard Typewriter Co., 
repairs and supplies, 16.00, 
inspections, 24.00 40 00 

Scarborough Co., of Canada, 

map of Ontario 39 00 

Students' Book Dept, University 
of Toronto, books 180 05 

Superintendent of Documents 

(Washington), books 90 

Toronto News Pub. Co., adver- 
tising 250 00 

Toronto Rly. Co., car tickets . . 35 00 

Toronto Weekly Rly. and 
Steamboat Guide, subscrip- 
tions 6 00 

Tyrrell, W., & Co., Ltd., engrav- 
ing plate and cards 3 25 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter, 128.25, repairs and 
supplies, 14.35, inspections, 
29.00 171 60 

Varsity Magazine Supplement, 

copies 1 25 

White, A. R., trav. expenses . . 959 46 

Wright, Dr. Adam, trav. ex- 
penses 41 65 

Wyman & Sons, Ltd., books . . 4 58 



Neglected Children's Branch. 

Salaries ($11,475.00) 

J. J. Kelso: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent and Inspector .. 2,700 00 

Wm. O'Connor: do Inspector 2,000 00 

M. B. Findlay: do Children's Visitor 850 00 

J. A. Blakey: do Clerk and Accountant 1,600 00 

L. McMahon: do Clerk 950 00 

M. Wingate: do do 750 00 

V. Carscadden: do do 900 00 

\j. Ofct: do do 750 00 

John Longmoor: do Children's Caretaker 975 00 



Badgerow, Ruth, services as 
stenographer at 14.00 per 
week, 147.00, at 15.00 per 
week, 625.00 

Blakey, J. A., trav. expenses . . 

Bureau of Municipal Affairs, 
bulletin 

British Colonial Press, mat 
from zinc supplied 

C.P.R. Co.'s Tel. telegrams . . 



Contingencies ($4,173.87) 

Carscadden, V., trav. expenses 11 45 
Dawson, W., & Sons, books and 

magazines 29 80 

772 00 Dom. Paper Box Co., cabinets 

9 70 and slide boxes 13 50 

Dom. Press Clipping Agency, 

50 clippings 50 04 

Evangelical Publishers, mimio- 

1 00 graphing forms 5 50 

3 60 G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams ... 8 94 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



37 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Neglected Children's Branch.— Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Hubertus, M. A., postage 
stamps 

Kelso, J. J., trav. expenses . . 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 561.28; directory, 
10.00; adding machine, 15.00; 
printing and binding, 82.91 . 

McCallum, Lottie, services as 
clerk at 12.00 per week, 
126.00, at 13.00 per week, 
541 67 

Nat. Conference of Social Work, 
annual report 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscriptions 

O'Connor, Wm, trav. expenses 

Pesbyterian Lantern Slide Co., 
slides 



400 00 
447 24 



669 19 



667 67 

6 00 

56 44 
743 55 

3 40 



Public Printing & Stationery 
Dept., Ottawa, amendments 
to Criminal Code 3 50 

Remington Typewriter Co., 
Ltd., repairs and supplies . . 

Rose, Dan A., book 

Shearer, J. G., books 

Toronto Sanitary Towel Sup- 
ply Co., towel supply 

Toronto Rly. Co., car ticket's . . 

Toronto Weekly Rly. and 
Steamboat Guide, subscrip- 
tion 6 00 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter, 123.15; repairs 
and supplies, 50.35 173 50 



40 


00 


1 


00 


3 


00 


7 


35 


40 


00 



Bureau of Municipal Affairs. 

Salaries ($7,350.00) 

J. W. Sharpe: Twelve months' salary asMunicipal Auditor 2,600 00 

N. J. Clarke: do First Class Clerk 1,600 00 

M. J. Malone: do do 1,600 00 

A. G. Henderson : do do 1.550 00 

Contingencies ($1,320.12) 
King's Printer, distribution, 283.55; printing and binding, 

stationery, 244.27; fyling case 729.45 1,270 12 

and guides, 12.85; paper, McMaster, Iff. H., postage 

I stamps 50 00 

DEPARTMENT^ AGRICULTURE. 

Salaries ($20,919.50) 

W. B. Roadhouse: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister 3,450 00 

C. F. Bailey: do Assistant Deputy Minister 3,000 00 

W. O. Galloway: do Secretary Bureau of Industries. 2,700 00 
J. >C. Boylen: do Minister's Secretary and Secretary 

to Department, allowance on 

military leave 905 00 

Thos. McGillicuddy: do First Class Clerk 1,600 00 

D. F. Cashman : do Accountant 1,650 00 

N. C. Engelter: do Second Class Clerk 1,000 00 

Thos. E. Downs: do do 1,050 00 

W. A. C. Lee: do do allowance on mili- 
tary leave 698 50 

J. C. McMillan: do do 1,050 00 

A. I. Benning: do do 850 00 

Howard Wade: One do do 50 00 

Irene Webb: Twelve do Stenographer and Deputy Minis- 

, ter's Secretary 975 00 

C. Pascoe: do Stenographer 775 00 

S.Preston: do do 700 00 

M. Rutherford : Eight do Clerk 466 00 



Allen, A. M., -services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 



Contingencies ($6,679.75) 

Armstrong, Frances, services as 
24 00 clerk at 2.50 per diem 



197 50 



38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Aylette, C. A., portraits 

Bailey, C. F., trav. expenses . . 
Beattie, T. A., services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 

Bremner, J. F., services as 

clerk at 3.00 per diem 

Brown, C. L., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 

Calley, Alex., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 

Cameron, W. H., services as 

clerk at 3.00 per diem 

Canada Stamp & Stencil Works, 

Ltd., repairs to stamp 

Can. Express Co., changes .... 
Can. Facts Pub. Co., Facts . . . 
C.P.R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams . . . 
Carter, J. H., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 

Clark, I., -services as messenger 

at 9.00 per week 

Cosby, N. W., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 

Cumming, H., services as clerk 

at 13.50 per week 

Daughtery, J. H., services as 

clerk at 18.00 per week .... 
Dawson, W., & Son, field book 
Dom. Express Co., changes .... 
Ellwood, A. L., services as 

clerk at 3.00 per -diem 

Glide, MacB., services as clerk 

at 2.50 per diem 

Goodison, Ruth, services as 

clerk at 2.50 per diem 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 
Grainger, Jas. W., services as 

clerk at 3.00 per diem 

Henry, Hon. G. S., trav. ex- 
penses 

Horan, John, services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Imperial Pub. Co., books 

Kelly, J. J., services as clerk at 

3.00 per diem 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery, 262.52; directory, 

10.00; law list, 3.50; printing 

and binding, 78.99 

Leckie, J. S., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 

Leith, Wm„ services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 

Lovell, John, & Son, Ltd., Law 

Annual 



6 

677 


00 
76 


6 


00 


130 


50 


30 


00 


162 


00 


193 


50 


8 

3 

12 

35 


10 
50 
50 
21 


39 


00 


63 


00 


18 


00 


175 


50 


198 
9 


00 
30 
80 


171 


00 


82 


50 


180 
51 


00 
88 


73 


50 


150 


00 


51 


00 


49 
9 


16 

00 



177 00 

355 01 

33 00 

306 00 

8 00 



MeCombe, S., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem . . 6 00 

McMaster, M. H., postage 
stamps, 285.00; post cards, 
1.50 

MacCarmell, F. G., services as 
stenographer at 2.50 per diem 

Malloy, Thos., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 

Morgan, W. E., services as 
clerk at 3.00 per diem 

Morrison, Hugh, services as 
clerk at 3.00 per diem 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, renewal 
pages for Encyclopaedia .... 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscriptions 

O'Malley, Katherine, services as 
clerk at 2.50 per diem 

Oxley, M. M., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 

Patterson, G. C, -services as 
clerk at 3.00 per diem 

Pringle & Booth, photo 

Roadhouse, W. B., trav. ex- 
penses 

Ross, E. B„ services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 

Simpson, H., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 

Steele, C. A., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem 

Taylor, Agnes M., services as 
clerk at 2.50 per diem 

Taylor, J., services as clerk at 
3.00 per diem 

Toronto Rly. Co., car tickets . . 

Toronto Weekly Rly. and 
Steamboat Guide, subscrip- 
tion 6 00 

Tuck, E. M., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem, 
144.00, at 13.00 per week, 
338.00, at 14.00 per week, 
199.16 681 16 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 36.00; rental of ma- 
chine, 15.00; repairs and sup- 
plies, 51.45 102 45 

West, Wm., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 42 00 

Williams, J., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 72 00 

Wright, Helen M., services as 

clerk at 2.50 per diem 85 00 

Young, E. M., services as clerk 

at 2.50 per diem 87 50 



286 


30 


12 


50 


159 


00 


187 


50 


165 


00 


10 


00 


177 


66 


92 


50 


84 


00 


175 
3 


50 
00 


41 


51 


193 


50 


192 


00 


13 


75 


60 00 


31 

25 


50 
00 



C. Creelman: 
R. Miller: 



Commissioner of Agriculture. 

Salaries ($4,200.00) 

Twelve months' salary as Commissioner 1,700 00 

do Assistant Commissioner 2,500 00 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



39 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

Commissioner of Agriculture.— Continued. 

Stenographer and temporary office help ($566.50) 

stenographer at 



Parsons, Bessie, services as 

stenographer at 12.00 per wk. 156 00 week, 144.00, 

Telfer, Marjorie, services as week, 266.50 



at 



12.00 
13.00 



per 
per 



410 50 



Canadian Stamp & Stencil Co., 

rubber stamp 

Can. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams 

Creelman, G. C, trav. expenses 
Engineering Magazine Co., book 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

International Railway Publish- 
ing Co., subscription to guide 
King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 93.70; printing 
and binding, 1.10 



Contingencies ($1,902.04) 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 125 00 
8 00 Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 

1 80 book 1 20 

17 37 Might Directories, Ltd., address- 

97 23 ing envelopes 13 82 

5 00 Miller, J. R., trav., expenses . . . 1,465 67 

35 45 Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 25 70 

3 00 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., in- 
spections 8 00 

94 80 



Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch. 

Salaries ($7,700.00) 

J. Lockie Wilson: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,700 00 

G. de W. Green : do Clerk 1,600 00 

Olive McArthur: do Stenographer 900 00 

B. Ross : do do 800 00 

V. E. Wagner : do do 800 00 

F. P. Johnston: do Messenger and Clerk 900 00 



British & Colonial Press, photo- 
graphs 

Brown Bros.. Ltd., mimiograph, 

150.00; stationery, 8.45 

Campbell, Rae, services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 

Canada Stamp & Stencil Co., 

rubber stamps 

{2an. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 
Green, G. deW., trav. expenses 
G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 
House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 
International Railway Publish- 
ing Co., subscription 



Contingencies ($2,688.15) 

Johnston, F. P., trav. expenses 155 70 

5 00 King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery, 517.57; directory, 
158 45 10.00; printing and binding, 

234.75 762 32 

72 00 Legg Bros., photos 18 00 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

6 45 subscriptions 26 90 

30 Stringer, Wm., services as mes- 

45 senger at 1.50 per diem 127 50 

9 31 Thomson, I. W., services as 

1 05 stenographer at 15.00 per week 137 50 

6 46 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 10 00 

29 97 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

typewriter, 115.42; inspec- 
5 21 tions, 34.00; repairs and sup- 

600 00 plies, 10.50 159 92 

Yi ilson, J. L., trav. expenses . . 392 66 
3 00 



Live Stock Branch. 

Salaries ($8,241.88) 

R. W. Wade: Twelve months' salary as Director 2,700 00 

J. E. Rettie: do Assistant Director, allowance on 

military leave 952 00 

Mrs. J. Clancy: Five do Stenographer 332 67 

L. Newell : Twelve do do 800 00 



40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

Live Stock Branch.— Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

F. M. Blake: Twelve months' salary as Stenographer 7(j0 00 

F. Hewat : do do 700 00 

N. Hepburn: Seven do do 413 46 

Mrs. A. Manes: Twelve do do 875 00- 

Clara Gardhouse: Nine do do 543 75 

W. Mulholland : Ten do Messenger 225 00 



Brown Bros., Ltd., mimiograph 

Butcher, N. R., & Co., typing 
report of conference 

Canada Stamp & iStencil Co., 
Ltd., rubber stamps, pads, etc. 

Canadian Facts Publishing Co., 
Facts 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 

Darch, E., services as clerk at 
2.00 per diem, 126.00, at 
2.16% per diem, 338.00, at 
14.00 per week, 199.16 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Gardhouse, C, services as steno- 
grapher at 2.25 per diem 

G.T.Ry. Sys., freight charges . . 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 

Harris, M., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.16% per diem.. 

Hepburn, N., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem . . . 

Holmes, L., services as clerk at 
2.08% per diem 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

International Railway Publish- 
ing Co., subscription 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 773.21; fyling cabi- 



Contingencies ($5,569.62) 

150 00 net, 32.10; half-tones, 15.00; 

printing and binding, 131.72. 952 03 
15 30 MacMillan, C, services as steno- 

grapher at 2.16% per diem.. 97 50- 
23 25 Mortimer, R. E., services as 

assistant director at 4.80 10-13 
27 50 per diem, 581.72; trav. expen- 

56 91 ses, 91.10 672 82 

18 66 Mulholland, M., services as clerk 

40 06 at 2.00 per diem ... 34 00 

7 50 Newspapers and Periodicals, 

subscriptions 12 50 

Parsons, Bessie, services as 

stenographer at 2.00 per diem 90 00 
663 16 Rettie, J. E., trav. expenses . . 130 15 
56 67 Students' Publishing Associa- 
tion, O.A.C., books 13 65 

177 75 Sumach Motor Express & Vul- 

70 canizing Co., cartage 10 00 

71 69 Thomson, I., services as steno- 

grapher at 2.33% per diem . . 58 33 
390 00 Toronto & York Radial, freight 

charges 35 

96 00 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 10 00 

Townsend, Geo., services as clerk 

50 00 at 3.84% per diem 257 73 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
3 44 typewriter, 129.75; repairs 
600 00 and supplies, 20.50; inspec- 
tions, 63.00 213 25 

3 00 Wade, R. W., trav. expenses .. 469 72 
Wheatton, H., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 96 00 



Institutes Branch. 



Salaries ($7,Q98.9t) 

G. A. Putnam: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,700 00 

F. D. Shaver: do Live Stock Specialist 1,430 50 

I. W. Brodie: do Clerk 900 00 

Anna Jewell : do Stenographer 800 00 

Mrs. C. Martin: do do 850 00 

Anna F. Young: Eight do do 450 00 

M. L. Hutton: Five do do 28125 

Hadyn Robinson : Ten do Messenger 500 00 

Wm. Apted : Two do do 86 66 

Arrears of Salary, E. M. Chapman ($200.00) 

Chapman, E. M., services at 100.00 per month 200 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



41 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

Institutes Branch.— Continued. 

Contingencies ($6,775.50) 

Allan, M. L, services as steno- McQueen, M. J., services as live 
graph er at 12.00 per week . . 102 00 -stock assistant at 133.33% 
Apted, Wm, trav. expenses 3 00 per month, 943.62; trav. ex- 
Brown Bros., Ltd., mimiographs 260 00 penses, 95.28 1,038 90 

Cameron, E., services as steno- Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

grapher at 2.00 per diem, book 45 

144.00, at 13.00 per week, Might Directories, Ltd., clip- 

338.00, at 14.00 per week, pings 15 00 

199.17 681 17 Mitchell, Jos., services as mes- 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 19 50 senger at 1.50 per diem .... 60 00 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 55 Newspapers and periodicals, 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams .. 13 47 subscriptions 33 02 

Dom. Express Co., charges 13 01 Potter, Chas., carbons 70 

Dom. Press Clipping Agency, Putnam, G. A., trav. expenses . 244 05 

clippings 12 50 Shaver, F. D., trav. expenses. 410 26 

Fudge, Olive, services as steno- Sutherland, D. M., services as 

grapher at 2.00 per diem . . 198 84 clerk at 4.00 per diem, 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams .. 39 17 1,252.00; trav. expenses, 249.00 1,501 00 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 15 00 

age 6 44 Toronto Weekly Railway and 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 850 00 Steamboat Guide, subscription 6 00 
King's Printer, distribution, United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
stationery, 1,008.86; half- typewriter, 123.97; repairs 
tones, 21.45; paper, 2.79 1,033 10 and supplies, 43.40; inspec- 
tions, 51.00 218 37 

Dairy Branch. 

Salary ($562.50) 

M. Bradley: Nine months' salary as Stenographer 562 50 

Contingencies ($1,088.37) 

Bradley, M., services as steno- 126.00, at 13.00 per week, 

grapher at 14.00 per week . . 184 34 257.84 383 84 

Can. Express Co., charges 17 30 King's Printer, distribution, 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 5 35 stationery 104 42 

Dom. Express Co., charges 10 95 Newspapers and periodicals, 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 250 00 subscriptions 2 00 

Hutton, M. L., services as steno- Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 10 00 

grapher at 12.00 per week, United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

typewriter 120 17 

Unpaid Accounts, 1916-17 ($25.13) 

King's Printer, distribution, printing 25 13 

Fruit Branch. 

Salaries ($4,900.00) 

P. W. Hodgetts: Twelve months' salary as Director 2,700 00 

L.Caesar: Six do Entomologist 300 00 

A. M. Fox: Twelve do Clerk and Stenographer 875 00 

G. Boehler: do Stenographer 800 00 

W. Mulholland : Six do Messenger 225 00 



Bacon, Wm., cartage 

Canada Steamship Lines, freight 
charges 

4. P. A. 



Contingencies ($1,923.58) 

8 75 Can. Express Co., charges 29 48 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 3 59 

1 42 C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams . . 18 50 



42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Fruit Branch. — Continued. 
Contingencies.— Continued. 



Dom. Express Co., charges ... 4 12 
G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams ... 35 86 
Hodgetts, P. W., trav. expenses 217 65 
Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 100 00 
Hustwitt, A. S., Co., roller for 
addressing machine, tape sten- 
cils and ink 34 75 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 467.27; half-tones, 
41.50; paper, 368.40; printing 
and binding, 371.79 1,248 96 



Metcalf, R. L., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem . . . 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Reeves, A., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem 

Speight, L., services as clerk at 
1.50 per diem, 3.00, at 2.00 per 
diem, 88.00 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., in- 
spections 



28 00 



9 50 



52 00 



91 00 
10 00 

30 00 



A. T. Wilgress: 
H. Lovelock: 
W. H. Clarke: 
R. B. Magill: 
S. I. Dunn: 
T. W. Heron: 
R. Thornton: 
W. B. Richards: 
Helen Petley: 
D. J. Goggin: 



King's Printer's Office. 

Salaries ($13,750.00) 

Twelve months' salary as King's Printer 3,000 00 

do Assistant King's Printer 2,100 00 

do Chief Clerk 1,400 00 

do Clerk 1,400 00 

do do 1,350 00 

do do 1,250 00 

do do 1,150 00 

do Stenographer 900 00 

do Clerk and Stenographer 800 00 

do Inspector of Paper 400 00 



Contingencies ($1,814.62) 



Empire Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
repairs and supplies 

Folger, Laura, services as clerk 
at 2.O8V3 per diem 

Hill, John, cartage 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 588.11; leeal chart 
and law list, 5.00; directory, 
10.00; printing and binding, 
263.96 

Lovell, Jno., & Son, Ltd., index 



5 00 

31 25 

4 20 

4 83 
150 00 



867 07 
8 00 



Municipal Intelligence Bureau, 
book 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Noonan, M., services as clerk 
at 1.50 per diem, 120.00, at 
1.66% Per diem, 231.67 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

Toronto Weekly Railway and 
Steamboat Guide, subscrip- 
tion 

Whelan, A., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 



1 00 



14 60 



351 67 

31 00 
25 00 



6 00 



315 00 



Cartage of Departmental Stationery ($99.35) 
Dom. Express Co., charges . . 90 Hill, John, cartage 



98 45 



Cost of Official Gazette ($4,221.28) 

King's Printer, distribution, printing and binding 4,221 28 

Inspection of Registry Offices. 

Salary ($750.00) 

Mallon, J. W., Twelve months' salary as inspector 750 0f> 



Total Civil Government $1,033,368.04 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



43 



LEGISLATION. 

Salaries ($47,041.55) 

Hon. D. Jamieson : Salary as Speaker 2.500 00 

A. H. Sydere: Twelve months' salary as Clerk of House 2,800 00 

J. M. Delamere: do Clerk Assistant and Clerk of 

Routine 2,200 00 

F. J. Glackmeyer: do Sergeant-at-Arms 2,000 £0" 

A. M. Dymond: do Law Clerk of Public Bills 4,100 00 

W. B. Wilkinson: do Law Clerk of Private and Muni- 
cipal Bills 3,800 00 

Wm. Chenery: do Clerk .to Law Clerk 1,550 00 

C. S. Berthon : do Stenographer 950 00 

D. H. McCleary : do do 900 00 

Jos. Beck: do Postmaster 2,000 00 

J. W. Dill: do Asst. Postmaster 1,600 00 

A. B. Gillies: do Clerk 1.400 00 

D. D. MacMillan : do do 1,350 00 

Wm. T. Gray: iSix do do 64155 

A. Pardoe: Twelve do Librarian 2,900 00 

M.Wilson: do Asst. Librarian 1,500 00 

E. J. O'Neill: do do (for annex) 1,100 00 

Hugh Ray: do Assistant in Library 1,100 00 

W.H.Cooper: do Clerk in Library 1,100 00 

V. P. Fayle: do Clerk in Reading Room 1,050 00 

A. Currie: do Messenger-Assistant in Library.. 1,050 00 

Alex. Fraser : do Archivist 2,500 00 

J. N. Belanger: do Clerk to Archivist 1,300 00 

C. H. McGillivray: do Clerk 900 00 

V. Morrison : do do 950 00 

Mrs. M. Egerton: do Archives-Stenographer 800 00 

A. Bristow: do Clerk and Messenger 900 00 

J. S. Uffen: Services as Secretary to Leader of Opposition 2,000 00 

Mrs. A. Manes: do do Mr. Speaker 100 00 



Clerks of Committees, etc. ($2,009.49) 



R. A. Kent: 
N. Robinson: 
W. J. Watson: 
W. B. Hampton: 
H. C. Berkley: 
John Hamm: 
H. E. Wilmot: 



do 



Services as Clerk of Committees 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do Secretary Committee on Printing 

do Reporter, Public Accounts Committee 

do Secretary Agriculture and Colonization Com- 
mittee 

do Fish and Game Committee 



Sessional Stenographers, Messengers, Pages, etc. ($11,018.31) 



Stenographers at 2.33 y 3 per diem: 

Allan, Marion 105 00 

Breen, Monetta 105 00 

Campbell, Rae 105 00 

Boheny, Nora 161 00 

Fluke, Helena 105 00 

Gunn, Nan 114 33 

Hamilton, Marjorie 74 67 

Hepburn, Nellie 196 00 

Kalbfleish, Grace 105 00 

Kelly, Freda 46 66 

Knox, Mrs. Nora C 105 00 

Leitch, Christine 105 00 

Macmillan, Christine 86 33 

MacDonnell, Helen 63 00 

Manion, May 105 00 



Meacham, Mrs. Mary 

Martin, Laura 

Mortimer, Mrs. Margaret . 

McComb, Stella 

McCort, Jeannie C 

McDonnell, Mrs. Annie B. 

McKenzie, Audrey 

McMillan, Melissa 

iMcRae, Isabella 

McRae, Katherine I 

Mclnroy, Mabel 

Nesbitt, Mary 

Ramsey, Constance M. 

Ritchie, Pearl 

Spereman, Kathleen 

Thorburn, Jean 



850 


00 


400 


00 


360 


00 


63 


00 


75 


00 


111 


49 


75 


00 


75 


00 


105 


00 


91 


00 


140 


00 


102 


67 


56 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


98 


00 


84 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 



44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 



Sessional Stenographers, Messengers, Pages, etc. — Continued. 



Trethewey, Gladys, 

Ward, Dell 

Wilson, Emma 

Harris, Maud, at 2.33% per 
diem, 151.67, at 2.91% per 
diem, 173.83 

Pages at 1.16% per diem: 

Battersby, Robt 

Brown, Egerton 

Carter, Gordon 

Cooper, L 

Durkin, L 

Galbraith, Osborne 

Good, William 

Jefferies, Frank 

Leaman, R. J 

Murray, Elmo 

Mulholland, Samuel 

McCleary, Thomas 

McElroy, Samuel 

Norman, Allan 

Parsons, Geo 

Pound, Wm 

Quigley, E 

Steele, Kenneth 

Tuttle, Walter 

Waddington, Thos 

Waddington, P 

Powell, Bert, at 1.66% per 
diem, 23.33, at 2.00 per 
diem, 72.00 

Messengers at various rates: 

Abbott, A 

Abernathy, Jos 

Ardagh, Arthur 

Ball, Richard 

Boate, J. R 

Bell, W. T 

Bailey, Wm 

Capie, Reginald 

Creighton, Chas. W 

Crumb, Jno 

Crump, Fred 

Dyce, Pte. G. B 

Dickson, R. G 

Daniels, Geo 



105 00 
105 00 
116 67 



325 50 



50 
50 
50 
50 



50 
50 
50 



50 17 
50 17 



50 17 
52 50 
50 17 
50 17 
50 17 
50 17 
50 17 
50 17 
57 17 
50 17 
61 84 
50 17 



95 33 



105 00 
105 00 
157 50 
105 00 
105 00 
105 00 
105 00 
183 76 
105 00 
105 00 
105 00 
105 00 
91 00 
105 00 



Everest, Geo 

Fleming, Wm 

Fry, Pte. W. E. . . . 
Gilkinson, Wm. . . 
Gailbraith, Jno. . . 

Gowan, J. H 

Harvey, R. O 

Halfhead, E. B. 

Harris, Jno 

Hampton, W. B. 
Jackson, Bert, 
Killham, Pte. H. . 
Leatham, R. P. . , 
Morgan, Porteous . 
Mitchell, Wm. ... 
Moore, Sergt. A. . . 
Murray. Chas. W. . 
Manning, Wm. . . . 

- Mndill, Thos 

McDonald, Jno. A. 
McClocklin, T. E. . 
McMillan, Jno. . . . 
McKee, Andrew . . 

Nevens, Robt 

O'Brien, D 

Phair, Edward . . . 
Patterson. W. P. 
Palmer, Douglas . 

Robbins, S. H 

Ramer. J. F. A. 
Reddick, Edward . 
Sheppard, Geo. . . 

Shier, Geo 

Sweatman, N 

Sunter, Jas 

Steane, F. W. 

Thompson, W. G. . 

Walters, Wm 

Williams, Geo. . . 

Wilson, W. J 

Wilkinson, Geo. E. 

Jaynes, H 

Hanford, C\ S. . . . 

Hawkins, D 

O'Neil, Alfred . . . 



105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


2 


33 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


56 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


84 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


114 


33 


121 


33 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


91 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


30 


33 


105 


00 


105 


00 


119 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


105 


00 


70 


00 


2 


33 


77 


00 


49 


00 


204 


17 



Charwoman at 2.04^ per diem: 
Hamilton, Maud 



24 50 



G.N.W. Telegraph Co., telegrams 

King's Printer, distribution, 

printing, and binding, 98.60; 



Postage and Cost of House Post Office ($1,958.31) 

89 stationery, 125.64; directory, 



stationery, 

10.00 234 24 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 1,698 18 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets ... 25 00 



Rental of Electric Stamping Machine ($150.00) 

Universal Stamping Machine Co., rental of machine 150 00 



Stationery, including printing paper, printing Bills, distributing Statutes, printing 

and binding ($42,929.83) 



Can. Express Co., charges .... 70 40 
Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 15 47 
C P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 1 79 



Dom. Express Co., charges 102 71 

Hubertus, Mrs. M. A., postage 

stamps 300 00 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



45 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 

Stationery, including printing paper, printing Bills, distributing Statutes, printing 

and binding.— Continued. 



King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 10,488.97; printing and 
binding, 28,254.48; stationery, 
3,094.82; half-tones, 207.64; 
directories, 30.00; law lists, 



3.50; club bag, 13.50; copies 
of Can. Parliamentary Guide, 

345.00 42,437 91 

Toronto & York Radial Ry., 

freight charges 1 55 



Library, for purchase of books, subscriptions, fees and dues, binding, rebinding, 
stationery, printing and contingencies, ($5,707.58; 



Books: 

American Academy of Poli- 
tical and Social Science . . . 

Allen, E. G., & Sons 

Allen, T 

Americus Book Co 

American Association Labour 
Legislation 

American Asiatic Association 

American Association Ad- 
vancement of Science .... 

American Baptist Pub. Society 

American Economic Asso. . . 

American Forestry Asso 

American Geographical Soc. . 

American Historical Soc 

American Proportional Rep'n. 
League 

American Library Asso 

American Political Science.. 

American S. S. League 

Appleton, D., & Co 

Atkinson, R 

Badger, R. G 

Baird, H. C, & Co 

Baker, G. & A., & Co 

Baker & Taylor Co 

Bancroft, Whitney & Co. ... 

Baubie, W. E 

Bergling, J. M 

Biggar, C. B 

Bobbs-Merrill Co 

Bond, P. M 

Boston Book Co 

Bowen, B. F„ & Co 

Bowker, R. R., & Co 

Breeders' Gazette 

Briggs, W 

Britnell, A 

Brooklyn Eagle 

Brough, Wffl., & Sons 

Brown, Wm 

Buffalo Historical Society... 

Burnham Antique Bookshop. 

Bull, A 

Bulletin des RecherchSs 
Historiques 

Burroughs & Co 

Butterworth & Co 

Cadby, J. W 

Cadmus Bookshop 

Campbell, W. J 

Canadian Annual Review . . . 

Canada Facts Pub. Co 

Canadian Forestry Asso 

Canada Law Book Co 



5 


00 


717 


30 


10 


25 


18 


90 


5 


00 


8 


00 


3 


50 


3 


46 


5 


00 


3 


00 


9 


00 


8 


00 


1 


20 


2 


00 


1 


00 


1 


98 


37 


28 


26 


27 


3 


57 


34 


00 


1 


50 


141 


03 


5 


00 


1 


50 


2 


50 


63 


90 




96 


7 


50 


12 


69 


8 


00 


12 


30 


1 


50 


12 


45 


1 


00 


1 


10 


1 


03 


50 


67 


5 


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29 


75 


7 


71 


2 


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32 


20 


9 


55 


5 


50 


452 


22 


2 


70 


5 


08 




50 


1 


00 



104 00 



Can. Parliamentary Guide . . 3 00 

Carnegie Institution 11 25 

Carswelil Co 273 35 

Caspar, C. N., & Co i. 23 65 

Cassell & Co 27 74 

Carter, F. C. • 35 10 

Century Co 2 87 

Champlain Society 10 00 

Chicago University Press ... 3 88 

Chorley, E. C 6 32 

Clark, A. H., & Co 4 50 

Clark, J., & Co 14 24 

Coburn, F. W 90 

Copp, Clark Co 2 90 

Current History Magazine.. 3 00 

Dana, W. B., & Co 1 50 

Davis, R 11 61 

Dawson, W., & Sons 265 53 

Dent, J. M., & Son 2 82 

Despres, Rev. A. C 1 10 

Dodd, Mead & Co 10 95 

Drake, T. J., & Co 7* 

Ducharme, IG 241 75 

Dunlop, Wm 9 51 

Dutton, E. P., & Co 25 26* 

Edwards, T 66 58 

Elly, W. C 2 83 

Faxon, F. W., & Co 1 91 

Fayle, V. P 3 90 

Financial Pub. Co 10 05 

Friends' Book Store 1 50 

Glasgow, Brook & Co 25 00 

Goodchild, F. D 1 20 

Goodhealth Pub. Co. 2 25 

Goodspeed'is Bookshop 3 38 

Goodwin, C. W 19 15 

Gorman, J 1 55 

Grant, Jno 29 02 

Gray, H 29 92 

Halewood, A 18 19 

Handy Book Co 3 00 

Harding. Geo 69 74 

Hartz, J. F., Co 7 50 

Harvard University Press . . 14 65 

Heartman, C. F 25 85 

Heaton's Agency 75 

Hector, E 50 68 

Heffer, W., & Sona 4 51 

Hitchman, W 9 91 

Hodder & Stoughton 40 41 

Holt, H., & Co 12 38 

Hotel Red Book Co 3 00 

Houston's Standard Publica- 
tions 6 00 

Hudson Book Co 62 25 

Huntting, H. R., & Co 127 04 



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No. 1 



1 65 
80 

5 75 

44 

8 00 

2 11 

6 00 
6 75 
1 00 

20 48 
66 61 



7 

1 

44 

6 



39 80 



6 43 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 

Library, for purchase of books, subscriptions, fees and dues, binding, rebinding, 
stationery, printing and contingencies.— Continued. 

Huston, A. J 

Humphrey, G. P 

Hyde Park Press 

lies, G 

Illinois University 

International Press 

Imperial Year Book 

Jacobs, G. W., & Co 

Jewish Publication Society . . 

Jocelyn, R 

Johns Hopkins Press 

Jonas, L., & Co 

Journal of American Asiatic 
Association 

Kerr, C. H., & Co 

King, P. S., & Son 

Langton, T 

Langdon & Co 

Last, G. H 

Laurie, P. W 

Lauriat, C. E„ & Co 

Lear, W. E 

Lepper, G. H 

Libbie, C. F., & Co 

Librarie Beauchemin 

L'Imprimerie Populaiere .... 

Lippincott, J. B., Co 

Little, Brown & Co 

Longmans, Green & Co 

Lothrop, Lee & Shephard Co. 

Lowdermilk, W. H., Co 

Lovell, Jno., & Son 

McClelland, Goodchild & 
Stewart 

McClurg, A. C, Co 

McDevitt, Wilson's, Inc 

(McDonough, Jos., Co 

McGee, J. B 

McGillivray, Rev. D 

Macmillan Co. of Canada .... 

Malchelose, G 

Manual of Statistics Co. . ... 

Marlier Pub. Co 

Maurice, A., & Co 

Michigan Agricultural Coll.. 

Might Directories, Ltd 

Miner, W. H., & Co 

Missouri Historical Soc 

Mississippi Valley Historic 
Society 

Morris Book Shop 

Morrison, N. F 

Mudie's Select Library 

Musson Book Shop 

Nation, The 

National Conference of Chari- 
ties and Correction 

National Association of State 
Libraries 

National Conference on Mar- 
keting and Farm Credits.. 

National Com. for Mental 
Hygiene 

National Municipal League . . 

National Tax Association . . . 



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40 


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59 


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50 


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50 


10 


09 


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80 


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17 


95 


36 96 


10 


39 


1 


50 


213 


74 


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00 


6 


00 


2 


71 


8 


04 


2 


28 


6 


00 


5 


90 


7 


00 


4 


50 


14 


12 


47 


89 


23 


06 


40 


99 


1 


75 


8 


34 


5 


00 


1 


97 


1 


00 


5 


00 


5 


00 



National Women's Suffrage 
Pub. Co 

Nelson, T., & Sons 

Newhall, D. H„ 

Newfoundland Year Book 
Prop 

New York Times (Index 
Dept.) 

Nield, W 

Norman Remington Co 

Northwest Pub. Co 

Ontario Historical Society . . 

Orr, J 

Oxford University Press 

Page & Co 

Pays Laurentien 

Pierce & Scopes 

Princeton University Press.. 

Putnam, G. P., & Sons 

Quebec Societe de Geographie 

Quebec Telegraph Pub. Co. . 

Renouf Publishing Co 

Rhoads, S. N 

Robinson, E. R 

Russell Sage Foundation 

Science Press Co 

;Scott, L., Pub. Co 

Scopes, G. E., & Co 

Scribner's, Chas., Sons 

Skill, L. J 

Small, Maynard & Co 

Society of American Foresters 

Sotheran, H„ & Co 

Spectator Co 

Stahl, J. M 

Standard Book Co 

Stechert, G. E., & Co 

Sternberg, Chas. M 

Stock, Elliot 

Stratford Co 

Sutton, A 

Thorns & Eron 

Thorp, T. (Guildford) 

Thorp, T. (London) 

Times Book Club 

Tucker, W. B 

Union Library Asso 

United Typewriter Co 

University Magazine 

University of Torontu ...... 

Van Nostrand, D. C 

Walpole Galleries 

Ward, J. A 

Wegelin, O 

Weir, Hon. R. S 

West Publishing Co 

Wilber, J. F 

Wilson, H. W., & Co. 

Wilson & Lafleur 

Winston, J. C, Co 

Wistar Institute 

Wisconsin Historical Soc. . . 

World Almanac 

World Book Co 

Yale University Press 



00 
08 
68 



26 50 

9 05 

40 74 

22 25 

5 36 

3 00 

55 82 

12 25 

1 75 

17 37 



10 82 



6 
2 
16 
4 
1 



12 01 



26 56 
6 70 
2 50 

14 17 
75 

41 13 
1 00 

50 32 

11 70 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



47 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 

Library, for purchase of books, subscriptions, fees and dues, binding, reblnding, 
stationery, printing and contingencies. — Continued. 

Contingencies : G.N.W. Tel Co., telegrams . . 25 

Canada Customs, duty charges 17 75 King's Printer, distribution, 

Can. Express Co., charges ... 7 62 printing and binding, 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges 2 82 293.14; stationery, 113.76; 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 4 55 directory, 10.00; legal chart 

Dom. Express Co., charges.. 24 07 "and law lists, 15.50 432 40 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams . . 62 Newspapers and periodicals, 

Burroughs & Co., binding ... 2 45 subscriptions 11 84 

Newspapers and periodicals ($868.50) 
Sundry newspapers and periodicals, subscriptions 868 50 

Indemnity to Members, including mileage ($150,337.80) 

Accountant of House, to pay indemnity and mileage to members 150,337 80 



Contingencies, including stationery and equipment for Reporters ($7,953.97) 



Advertising re Private Bills: 

Belleville Intelligencer 

Brantjord Courier 

Chatham Planet 

Cobalt Nuggett 

Fort William Times Journal 

Gait Reporter 

Guelph Herald 

Hamilton Spectator 

Hamilton Herald 

Kingston Standard 

Kitchener News-Record .... 

Lindsay Warder 

London Free Press 

Niagara Falls Record 

Ottaica Citizen 

Ottawa Journal 

Peterborough Review 

Port Hope Times 

Port Arthur Daily News 

St. Catharines Standard .... 

St. Thomas Times 

Stratford Herald 

t Sudbury Daily Star 

' Toronto Globe 

Toronto Mail and Empire . . 

Toronto News Pub. Co 

Toronto Star 

Toronto Telegram 

Toronto Weekly Sun 

Toronto World 

Woodstock Express 

Woodstock Sentinel-Review . 

Canadian Annual Review, Ltd., 

books 

Can. Express Co., charges' .... 
Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegram 

Carleton County, fees, Private 

Bills 

Chambers, Lt.-Col. E. J., copies 

Parliamentary Guide 

Charles, J. H. f stock taking, 

King's Printer's Office ..... 



10 


00 


21 


25 


11 


25 


10 


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8 


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75 


26 


25 


21 


25 


21 


25 


10 


00 


11 


25 


22 


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10 


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26 


25 


30 


00 


8 


75 


8 


75 


15 


00 


10 


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17 


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10 


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8 


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43 


75 


43 


75 


50 


00 


37 


50 



43 75 

7 50 

37 50 

7 50 



13 


50 

1 


433 
36 
15 


25 
35 
25 
29 


92 


77 


328 


00 


300 


00 



Clark, P. M., & Son, official 
suits 

Clarke, W. H., engrossing 
cards 

Coy, J. W., services as clerk at 
2.50 per diem 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Gray, Wm. T., services as clerk 
at 3.50 per diem 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Hamm, Jno., reporting and 
transcribing 

Heaton's Agency, Heaton's 
Annual 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 

Jeffery, A. J., services as clerk 
at 4.00 per diem 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 407.90; club bag, 
12.00 

Longstaffe, E., luncheons to 
telegraph operators and police 

Lovell, Jno., & Son, Ltd., law 
book 

Miller, Ferguson & Hunter, 
legal services 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., gloves, bows, 
etc 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Nesbitt, Wallace, K.C., legal ser- 
vices re L. A. extension 

Ontario Tailoring Co., pages' 
suits 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
repairs and supplies, 22.75; 
rental of machine, 112.00 

Royal Standard Typewriter Co., 
Ltd., repairs and supplies, 
104.35; rental of machines, 
57.55; inspectirt*», 1.00 



78 00 

5 00 

480 00 
19 80 
27 38 

528 50 
23 25 

26 37 

115 00 

1 10 
5 00 

788 00 

419 90 
64 00 

5 75 

500 00 

62 61 

8 50 

50 00 

219 50 

134 75 
162 90 



48 



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No. 1 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 



Contingencies, including stationery and 

Robertson, J. Ross., 115 books 

at 2.00 230 00 

Robinson, N., services as clerk « 

at 3.25 per diem 1,017 25 

Sommerviile, R. J., re prepar- 
ing Ont. Franchise Act 600 00 

Stockwell-Henderson & Co., 

cleaning gloves 1 00 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 60 00 

Township of Somerville, fees, 

Private Bill 97 12 



equipment for Reporters.— Con tin tied* 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs and supplies, 1.50; 
rental of machine, 101.50; in- 
spections, 10.00; new machine, 
115.42 228 42 

Varsity Wardrobe, cleaning suit 1 50 

Wilkinson, W. B., trav, expen- 
ses 93 96 

Willmot, H. E., reporting and 

transcribing 75 00 



Bureau of Archives. 

Purchase of documents, pamphlets, books, newspapers and magazines, copying of documents, 
translating, printing, binding, paper, etc. ($486.88) 



Atkinson, R., books 

Bastedo, C. N., portrait and 

engravings 

Baird, A., services transcribing 

manuscript 

British & Colonial Press, Ltd., 

photos 

Britnell, Albert, books 

Brown, Wm., books 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. 
Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 

copy 

Canadian Picture Frame Co., 

picture frames 

Canada Steamship Lines, freight 

charges 

Carswell & Co., books 

Constable & Co., Ltd., books . . 

Cote, N. E., book 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 

Cronin, P. F., engravings .... 

Dionne, G., books 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., books 

Garneau, J. P., books 

Glasgow, Brook & Co., books . . 
Goldstein, M., packing case and 

cartage 

G. T. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 
Jackson, Potts Co., brokerage 

charges 



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71 


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70 


16 


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7 


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94 



50 



King's Printer, distribution, 
half tones, 18.87; printing and 
binding, 85c; stationery, 
13.75 

Ledona, Prof. A., book 

Longmans, Green & Co., books 

London Free Press, copies of 
papers 

LovelL Jno., & Son, index 

McAinsh & Co., books 

McClelland, Goodchild & Stew- 
art, books 

Municipal Intelligence Bureau, 
books 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Oxford University Press, books 

Publes, C. H., packing, etc. . . . 

Scopes, John E., book 

Seers, J. H., views 

Skinner, John, books 

Staples, O., etching 

Statesman Pub. Co., books . . . 

Tallon & Co., retrospects 

Tarling, C, Map Mounting Co., 
mounting map 

Toronto Evening Telegram, 
book 

Upper Canada Tract Co., book 

Wegelin, O., book 



Contingencies ($3,655.18) 



33 


47 


14 


50 


5 


01 




67 


5 


75 


6 


75 



2 25 



4 00 



42 75 


15 05 


1 80 


3 00 


18 22 


11 85 


4 00 


2 00 


1 30 


3 00 


12 25 


75 


3 44 


I 



British & Colonial Press, Ltd., 

photo prints 3 00 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 75 

Canadian Picture Frames, 

frames 46 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges ... 25 

Fraser, Alex , trav. expenses . . 293 90 
Gorman, John, duty charges . 2 58 

Haig, T. R., cartage 10 15 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 27 50 
King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 165.78; printing and 
binding, 611.73; stationery, 
296.69; law list, 3.50; direc- 
tory, 10.00 1,087 70 

MaoMillan, C, services as clerk 

at 2.33% per diem 67 67 



MacDonald, J. A., services as 

clerk at 4.00 per diem 1,252 00 

Morrison, Victoria, trav. expen- 
ses 80 00 



Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscription 8 19 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., photo sup- 
plies , 18 05 

Silverthorn, Jas., services as 
clerk at 2.33 per diem 730 34 

Tarling, C, Map Mounting Co., 

mounting map 2 70 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs and supplies, 11.40; in- 
spections, 13.00 24 40 



1917-18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 4* 

LEGISLATION.— Continued. 
Bureau of Archives.— Continued. 

Unpaid Accounts, 1916-17 ($1,597.16) 

King's Printer, distribution, printing 1,597 ix, 

Incidentals at direction of Mr. Speaker ($10.00) 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 10 00 

Legislative Committee for Art Purposes ($200.00) 

Lord, B. A., framed photo 200 00 

Books supplied to Legislative Assembly by A. H. Sydere ($38.00) 
Sydere, A. i.., books 38 00 

Allowance to Napier Robinson for extra services ($326.00) 

Robinson, Napier 326 00 



Total Legislation $276,288.56 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

Supreme Court of Judicature. 

Allowance to Judges under R.S.O., 1914, Chap. 57 ($18,000.00) 

Hon. Sir W. R. Meredith: Chief Justice of Ontario 1,000 00' 

Hon. J. J. Maclaren: Justice of Appeal 1,000 00 

Hon. James Magee: do 1,000 00 

Hon. F. Hodgins: do 1,000 00 

Hon. W. N. Ferguson : do 1,000 00 

Hon. Sir Glenholme Falconbridge: Chief Justice, King's Bench 1,000 00 

Hon. Sir Wm. Mulock: do Exchequer 1,000 00 

Hon. R. M. Meredith: do Common Pleas ... 1,000 00 

Hon. F. R. Latchford : Justice of the High Court Division 1,000 00 

Hon. W. B. Middleton: do 1,000 00 

Hon. B. M. Britton: do 1,000 00 

Hon. W. R. Riddell : do 1,000 00 

Hon. H. J. Kelly: . do 1,000 00 

Hon. R. C. Clute: do 1,000 00 

Hon. R. F. Sutherland: do 1,000 00 

Hon. H. Lennox: do 1,000 00 

Hon. C. A. Masten: do 1,000 00 

Hon. H. E. Rose: do 1,000 00 

Judges' Library ($700.00) 

Hon Justice Maclaren, grant 700 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
Master=in-Chambers. 

Salaries ($9,000.00) 

J. A. C. Cameron: Twelve months' salary as Master -in-Chambers 4,000 00 

Clarence Bell : do Clerk 2,000 00 

Geo. S. Crooks: Six do Assistant Clerk 850 00 

W. D. Davidson : Twelve do clerk 1,100 00 

A. B. G. Cull: do Entering Clerk 1,050 00 

Contingencies ($436.58) 

Canada Law Book Co., law 2.00; printing and binding, 

books and reports 36 50 22.80 107 76 

Carswell Co., Ltd., subscriptions Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

and books 23 00 repairs and supplies 4 50 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 140 00 Scarborough Co. of Canada, map 

King's Printer, distribution, of Ontario 3 90 

stationery, 72.96; legal charts United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

and law lists, 10.00; paper, typewriter, 119.42; fastening 

machine on desk, 1.50 120 92 

Master=in-Ordinary. 

Salaries ($10,450.00) 

Geo. O. Alcorn: Twelve months' salary as Master-in-Ordinary 4,000 00 

R. S. Neville: do Chief Clerk and Accountant 3,000 00 

A. E. Bastedo: do Clerk and Stenographer 1,900 00 

Geo. S. Crooks: Six do do 800 00 

A. W. Small : do do 750 00 

Contingencies ($392.51) 

Butterworth & Co., subscription 5 25 2.05; printing and binding, 

Ganada Law Book Co., subscrip- 27.59 226 84 

tion 22 00 Remington Typewriter Co., in- 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 15 00 spections 8 00 

King's Printer, distribution, United Typewriter Co., type- 
stationery, 187.20; legal charts writer 115 42 

and law lists, 10.00; paper, i f 



Appellate Division— Registrars Office. 

Salaries ($6,389.25) 

N. F. Paterson: Twelve months' salary as Registrar 2,750 00 

J. D. Gausby: do Assistant Registrar and Clerk of 

Election Court 1,900 00 

R Oliver: do Usher, Librarian and Messenger 1,200 00 
W. M. Winterberry: Four do Secretary to Judges, allowance on 

military leave 302 40 

A. W. Small : Two do do 236 85 

Contingencies ($467.69) 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 66 00 and law lists, 12.00; paper, 
King's Printer, distribution, 1.77; printing and binding, 
stationery, 224.64; legal charts 163.28 401 69 

Judges' Petty Expense fund ($625.00) 

Hon. Justice Middleton, allowance 625 00 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



51 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
High Court Division— Registrar's Office. 

Salaries ($20.03 1^80) 

G. S. Holmested : Twelve months' salary as Senior Registrar and Referee of 

Titles 3,000 00 

W. H. Best: do Junior Registrar 2,300 00 

Geo. M. Lee: do Registrar and Clerk of Weekly 

i Court 1,800 00 

C. O. Strange : do Clerk 1,550 00 

F. J. Roche: do do of Non-Jury Sittings 2,000 00 

W. M. Winterberry: Eight do Chief Secretary to Judges 956 80 

A. W. Small: Four do Secretary to Judges 434 00 

A. P. Gorman: Twelve do do 1,300 00 

R. N. Da vies: do do 1,300 00 

Jno. S. Emery: Eleven and one-half do do 1,246 00 

R. A. Walker : Twelve do Usher 1,000 00 

A. E. Trow: do Junior Clerk of Non-Jury Sittings 1,600 00 

James Gorrie: do Usher and messenger 1,050 00 

EVa M. Coles: Seven do Stenographer to Judges 495 00 



Bell Telephone Co., messages.. 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegrams . . 

Coles, Eva M., services as clerk 
at 16.00 per week 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 583.72; judges cir- 
cuit books, 61.20; binders, 



Contingencies ($1,174.98) 

13 10 19.25; directory, 10.00; legal 

18 20 charts and law lists, 22.00; 

paper, 29.33; printing and 

176 00 binding, 107.20 

21 08 Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 

55 00 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

inspections, 33.00; repairs and 

supplies, 15.90 



832 70 
10 00 



48 90 



Allowance to A. G. Newall for Stenographic Services to Justices of the Supreme Court of 

Ontario, 1917-18 ($45.00) 



Newall, A. G., reporting and copying 1 judgment 



45 00 



Allowance to Usher for care of robing room ($50.00) 

Walker, R. A., allowance 



50 00 



Central Office. 

Salaries ($13,497.00) 

M. B. Jackson: Twelve months' salary as Clerk of the Crown 500 00 

E. Harley: do do of Records and Writs 2,450 00 

D'Arcy Hinds: do Judgment Clerk 2,000 00 

Wm. McTavish : do Clerk 1,550 00 

F. W. Scott: do do !....! 1500 00 

R. W. Ralfe: do do 1^500 00 

C. G. Spanner: do do allowance on -military leave 848 50 

M. B. Black : do do 1,050 00 

Agnes Moore: do do 's50 00 

J. W. Montgomery: do Messenger ' . 950 00 

R. G. Maginnis: do do allowance on military 

1 leave 148 50 

N. J. Harrison : do do 150 00 



Contingencies ($833.75) 



Breakey, J., cartage 

Can. Express Co., charges . . . 



60 
85 



Canada Law Book Co., 
scriptions 



sub- 



5 00 



52 



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No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

Central Office.— Continued. 

Contingencies.— Continued. 



Dom. Express Co., charges .... 
Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 
King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 167.48; legal charts 
and law lists, 10.00; directory, 
10.00; printing and binding, 
124.73 



1 50 
37 00 



312 21 



Maginnis, P., services as mes- 
senger at 1.28 per diem, 
231.36; at 1.60 per diem, 

213.23 444 59 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 20 00 
United Typewriter Co., Ltd., in- 
spections 12 00 



Surrogate Court. 

Salaries ($4,400.00) 

C. J. McCabe: Twelve months' salary as Surrogate Clerk 2,250 00 

W. S. Anderson : do Clerk 1,700 60 

F. B. Reade: do Stenographer (part time) 450 00 

Contingencies ($310.00) 

King's Printer, distribution, McCabe, Jane, services as clerk 

stationery, 149.19; legal charts at 2.00 per diem 72 00 

and law lists, 15.00; printing 

and binding, 73.81 238 .00 



J. H. Thorn: 



Taxing Office. 

Salary ($2,500.00) 

Twelve months' salary as Senior Taxing Officer 2.500 00 



Canada Law Book Co. 
scriptions 



sub- 



Contingencies ($20.50) 
10 00 



King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 2.50; legal chart 
and law list, 5.00; map, 3.00. 10 50 



Geo. B. Nicol 



Clerk of Assize. 

Salary ($1,800.00) 

Twelve months' salary as Clerk of Assize 



1,800 00 



Crashley, Thos., cartage 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 
King's Printer, distribution, 



Contingencies ($24.55) 

1 



50 

00 



stationery, 1.40; law list, 3.50; 
directory, 10.00; printing and 
binding, 2.15 17 05 



Commutation of Fees, Surrogate Judges ($14,435,26) 

His Honour Judge McDonald: Twelve months' commutation as Surrogate Judge 960 00 

do Ward: do 1,000 00 

do Wallace: do 1,000 00 

do Hardy: do 939 00 

do Dickson: do 1,000 00 

do Barron: do 873 00 

do MacWatt: do 1,000 00 

do Chadwick: do 1,000 00 

do Vance: do 1,000 00 

do Wills: do &85 00 

do Campbell: do 900 00 

do Scott: Eight do 666 66 

do Ermatinger: Allowance out of surplus surrogate fees, 1917... 219 00 

do Holt: do 161 06 

do Reynolds: do 78 85 



1917-18 



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53 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
Commutation of Fees, Surrogate Judges.— Continued. 



His Honour 


Judge Rogers: 


Allowance out of surplus surrogate fees, 1917 


609 99 


do 


Taylor: 


do 


490 45 


do 


Wismer: 


do 


666 00 


do 


Liddell: 


do 


35 50 


do 


Greig: 


do 


184 75 


do 


Deroche: 


do 


666 00 



Commutation of Fees, Local Masters ($4,690.00) 



His Honour Judge O'Reilly 
do Klein: 

do Barron: 

S. S. Lazier: 



Twelve months' salary as Local Master 440 00 

do do 400 00 

do do 850 00 

do do 3,000 00 



Allowance to Crown Attorney, Toronto ($6,000.00) 

63 Vic, Chap. 17. 

J. W. S. Corley: Allowance as Crown Attorney 4.000 00 

do do for assistance 2,000 00 

Allowance to District Judges ($7,038.00) 

6 Edw. VII., Cap. 19. Sec. 16. 

His Honour Judge Stone: Allowance as District Judge 500 00 

do Hewson : do 500 00 

do Mahaffy. do 500 00 

do Valin: do 500 00 

do Leask : • do 500 00 

do Powell : do 500 00 

do Chappie : do 500 00 

do Kehoe: do 500 00 

do O'Leary: do 500 00 

do McKay : do 500 00 

do Hartman : do 500 00 

do McLennan : do 500 00 

do Hay ward : do 500 00 

do Hall: do 538 00 



J. W. Mallon 
W. F. Grant: 
Mabel Irish: 



Inspection of Legal Offices. 

Salaries ($5,217.93) 

Twelve months' salary as Inspector 2,900 00 

do Clerk and Stenographer 1,750 00 

Ten do do 567 93 



Contingencies ($564.37) 

Aisthorpe, A., cartage 25 Trish, Mabel, services as steno- 

Bell Telephone Co., message . . 25 grapher at 11.50 per week . . 115 00 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 1 40 King's Printer, distribution, 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 55 stationery, 172.56; law list, 

Dom. Express Co., charges ... 4 25 3.50; paper, 17.92; printing 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 87 and binding, 156.82 350 80 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 90 00 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

repairs and supplies 1 00 

Allowance in lieu of travelling expenses ($600.00) 

J. W. Mallon, allowance 600 00 



54 



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No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
Inspection of Division Courts. 

Salaries ($8,850.00) 

J. B. Macdonald: Twelve months' salary as Inspector 2,350 00 

F. W. Macqueen: do Asst. Inspector 2,000 00 

W. W. Ellis: do Clerk 2,000 00 

H.A.Locke: do do 1,600 00 

M. E. Tracy: do do and Stenographer 900 00 

Contingencies ($2,649.83) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 3.50; paper, 27.19; printing 

Ltd., repairs 2 10 and binding, 138.52 358 38 

Ellis, W. W., trav, expenses .. 1,203 36 Locke, H. A., trav. expenses.. 625 80 

G.N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . 4 89 Macqueen, F. W., trav. expenses 260 90 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 125 97 Macdonald, J. B., trav. expenses 37 53 

International Railway Publish- Newspapers and periodicals, 

ing Co., subscription 3 00 subscriptions 16 40 

King's Printer, distribution, United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
stationery, 189.17; law list, tions, 9.0O; repairs and sup- 
plies, 2.50 11 50 

Land Titles Office. 



J. G. Scott: 
G. H. Muirhead: 
W. J. Lander: 
W. G. Yelland: 
A. W. Knight: 
T. E. Moberly: 
W. F. Young: 
Percy D. Ham: 
EL Pollard: 
C. Clarke: 
H. N. Newman : 
Bernard Durrant 

S. Mercer: 



Salaries ($17,620.50) 

Twelve months' salary as Master of Titles 4,000 00 

do Asst. do 2,700 00 

do Chief Clerk 1,750 00 

do Clerk 1,500 00 

do do 1,300 00 

do do 1,300 00 

do do 1,100 00 

do do allowance on military leave 598 50 

do do 900 00 

do do 900 00 

Eleven do do and Stenographer 825 00 

: Twelve do Messenger, allowance on military 

leave 398 50 

do do do 348 50 



Canada Legal Directory, direc- 
tory 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., supplies . 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 104.54; law list, 
3.50; directory, 10.00; print- 



ing and binding, 31.25 



Contingencies ($210.16) 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 29 10 

3 50 Roberts, E. H., keys 40 

3 53 Toronto Hardware Co., hard- 

20 ware 14 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

inspections 24 00 

149 29 



Registration and index books ($90.53) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery, 2.95; printing and binding, 87.58 



90 53 



Local Masters of Titles. 

Local Master at Sault Ste. Marie ($2,000.00) 

V. Macnamara: Twelve months' salary as Local Master 2,000 00 



Salaries of staff and office expenses ($423.25) 

Sault Ste. Marie, City of, light 7 25 at 8.00 per week 416 00 

Hynes, Dora, services as clerk 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



55- 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Local Masters of Titles.— Continued. 

Registration of Patents under R.S.O. Cap. 126, s. 159, including allowance for 
postage and for ordinary stationery ($3,134.35) 



W. L. Haight: Local Master at Parry Sound, 


entering patents, 


1917-18 . 


246 00 


J. E. Lount: 


do 


Bracebridge, 


do 


do 


220 10 


J. M. Munro: 


do 


Port Arthur, 


do 


do 


181 00 


C. W. Chad wick: 


do 


Kenora, 


do 


do 


301 25 


W. J. Keating: 


do 


Fort Frances, 


do 


do 


174 50 


S. Fournier: 


do 


Sudbury, 


do 


do 


580 75 


W. H. Lewis: 


do 


Haileybury, 


do 


do 


. 1,178 75 


V. Macnamara: 


do 


.Sault Ste. Marie, 


do 


do 


55 00' 


J. E. Swinburne: 


do 


Fort William, 


do 


do 


165 75- 


W. R. Abrey: 


do 


Gore Bay, 


do 


do 


31 25- 



Registry and index books ($143.49) 
Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 2 98 King's Printer, distribution, 

Dom. Express Co., charges 2 55 stationery, 25.84; printing and 

binding, 112.12 137 96 



Forms and other contingencies ($662.98) 



Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Fort Frances, Town of, water 
rates 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps and 
ink 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Hose & Canniff, broom and dust- 
pan 



27 


00 


1 


75 


1 


65 


23 


02 


12 


00 


2 


10 


2 


64 



1 80 



King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 228.45; printing 
and binding, 91.97 320 42 

Lewis, W. H., services prepar- 
ing index, 656 folios at 15c. 
per folio 98 40 

McGimsie, S. C, putting up 
storm sash 4 95 

Postmaster. postage stamps, 

34.00; rent of box, 5.00 39 00 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter 128 25 



Rent of Office at Sault Ste. Marie for Local Master ($262.50) 

Ganley, J., office rent 



262 50 



Brown, B., cleaning office 

Corporation, City of Sault Ste 
Marie, electric light 



Fuel, light and attendance ($87.12) 

42 00 Town of Kenora, water, 21.61; 

light, 16.09 

7 42 



37 70 



Salaries Local Master of Titles and Registrar of Deeds and Staff and office 
expenses, North Bay ($5,024.70) 

J. M. Deacon: Twelve months' salary as Local Master 3,000 00 

F. A. Deacon: do Deputy Local Master 720 00 

Edith Robertson : do Clerk 600 00 

Clio Bourke: Five do do 275 00 

Bessie Amos : Six do do 292 50 



Advocate Printing Co., lease 

forms, post cards, etc 8 50 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument 25 00 

Blain, Robt., rubber stamp ... 1 70 

Campbell, H. S., kreso 50 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 60 

Carruthers, ;G. T., stationery, 

ete 10 70 

Cochrane Hardware Co., ham- 
mer 1 35 

Hydro Electric Power Commis- 
sion, light 1 00 



Laing, A. O., repairing furni- 
ture 

North Bay Light & Power Co., 
light 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 
74.00; rent of box, 3.00 

Richardson, J. W., spade 

Star Grocery, soap 

Thomas Co., stationery 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
ribbons 



2 


00 


5 


00 


7 


00 


1 


00 




50 




10 



2 25 



56 



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No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
Drainage Trials Act. 





Salaries ($5,300.00) 






■Geo. F. Henderson : Twelve months' salary Referee .... 




3,500 00 


EL I. Scully: 


do • Stenographer 




900 00 


L. M. Sager: 


do do 




900 00 


Contingencies ($259.45) 






Henderson, G. F., trav. 
Deput 


expenses 




259 45 


y Clerks of the Crown and Pleas ($16,516.71) 




T. J. Foster: Salary as 


Deputy Clerk of the Crown and Pleas 


, Algoma 


98 84 


Wm. A. Hollinrake: 


do do 


Brant 


450 00 


R. B. Clapp: 


do do 


Bruce 


450 00 


H. Pratt: 


do do 


Carleton 


450 00 


J. A. V. Preston: 


do do 


Dufferin 


450 00 


D. McLaws: 


do do 


Elgin 


450 00 


H. Clay*: 


do do 


Essex 


450 00 


T. M. Asselstine: 


do do 


Frontenac .... 


450 00 


W. A. Bishop: 


do do 


Grey 


500 00 


J. C. Eccles: 


do do 


Haldimand . . 


400 00 


W. J. McClenahan: 


do do 


Halton 


400 00 


J. Williams: 


do do 


Hastings 


450 00 


D. McDonald: 


do do 


Huron 


500 00 


J. Holmes: 


do do 


Kent 


450 00 


A. Saunders: 


do do 


Lambton 


450 00 


W. P. McEwen: 


do do 


Lanark 


165 52 


A. C. Shaw: 


do do 


do 


46 84 


J. S. McNeely: 


do do 


do 


236 01 


A. E. Baker: 


do do 


Leeds & Gren- 








ville 


500 00 


W. P. Deroche: 


do do 


Lennox & Ad- 








aington .... 


400 00 


J. Clench: 


do do 


Lincoln 


450 00 


E. Weld: 


do do 


Middlesex .... 


500 00 


C. C. Rapelje: 


do do 


Norfolk 


450 00 


J. T. Field: 


do do 


Northumber- 
land & Dur- 








ham 


500 00 


H. Bascom: 


do do 


Ontario 


450 00 


J. Canfield: 


do do 


Oxford 


150 00 


R. W. Ball: 


do do 


do 


187 50 


J. B. Dixon: 


do do 


Peel 


400 00 


N. Gilbert; 


do do 


Prince Edward 


400 00 


E. Sydney Smith: 


do do 


Perth 


450 00 


G. J. Sherry: 


do do 


Peterborough 


450 00 


J. Belanger: 


do do 


Prescott and 








Russell 


450 00 


J. Mackay: 


do do 


Simcoe 


500 00 


J. A. McDougald: 


do do 


.Stormont, Dun- 
das & Glen- 








garry 


500 00 


H. W. Perrett: 


do do 


Renfrew 


400 00 


J. M. Sooth eran: 


do do 


Victoria 


450 00 


E, J. Beaumont: 


do do 


Waterloo .... 


450 00 


J. E. Cohoe: 


do do 


Welland 


532 00 


H. C- Gwyn: 


do do 


Wentworth . . . 


500 00 


T. S. T. Smellie: 


do do 


Thunder Bay . 


100 00 


F. Tasker: 


do do 


Parry Sound . 


10$ 00 


I. Huber: 


do do 


Muskoka 


75 00 


T. Johnson: 


do do 


do 


25 00 


T. J. Bourke: 


do do 


Nipissing .... 


100 00 


J. D. Shipley: 


do do 


Sudbury 


100 00 


T. J. Meagher: 


do do 


Haileybury . . . 


100 00 



191718 



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57 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

Deputy Clerks of the Crown as Local Registrars ($7,391.37) 

T. J. Foster: Salary as Registrar, Algoma 49 40 

Wm. A. Hollinrake: do Brant 225 00 

R. E. Clapp: do Bruce 225 00 

J. A. V. Preston: do Dufferin 225 00 

D. McLaws : do Elgin 225 00 

H. Clay: do Essex 225 00 

T. M. Asselstine : do Frontenac 225 00 

W. A. Bishop : do Grey 250 00 

J. C. Eecles : do Haldlmand 200 00 

W. J. McClenahan : do Halton 200 00 

D. McDonald : do Huron 250 00 

J.Holmes: do Kent 225 00 

A. Saunders: do Lambton 225 00 

W. P. McEwen : do Lanark 82 75 

A. C. Shaw : do do 23 42 

J. S. McNeely : do do 117 80 

A.E.Baker: do Leeds and Grenville 250 00 

W. P. Deroche: do Lennox and Addington 200 00 

J. Clench : do Lincoln 225 00 

C. C Rapelje: do Norfolk 225 00 

J. T. Field: do Northumberland and Durham ... 250 00 

H. Bascom : <io Ontario 225 00 

J. B. Dixon : do Peel 200 00 

N.Gilbert: do Prince Edward 200 00 

E. Sydney Smith : do Perth 225 00 

G. J. Sherry: do Peterborough 225 00 

J. Belanger: do Prescott and Russell 225 00 

J. Mackay : do Simcoe 250 00 

J. A. McDougald: do Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 250 00 

H. W. Perrett: do Renfrew 200 00 

J. M. Sootheran: do Victoria 225 00 

E. J. Beaumont: do Waterloo 225 00 

J. E. Cohoe: do Welland 268 00 

H. C. Gwyn: do Wentworth 250 00 

T. S. T. Smellie: do Thunder Bay 50 00 

F. Tasker: do Parry Sound 50 00 

I. Huber: do Muskoka 37 50 

T. Johnson : do do 12 50 

T. J. Bourke: do Nipissing 50 00 

J.D.Shipley: do Sudbury 50 00 

T. J. Meagher: do Haileybury 50 00 



Services at Assizes: 
Algoma: 

Goodwin, G. W. 

Tucker, H. G. . 
Brant: 

Charlton, W. M 

Davidson, N. F 
Bruce: 

Collins, A. ... 

Robertson, S. . 
Carleton : 

Mikel, W. C. . . 

Sinclair, R. V 
Dufferin: 

Hughson, A. A 

Robb, Geo. . . . 
Elgin: 

Grant, A. . 

Leitch, C. St. C 



100 
354 


00 
00 


20 
250 


00 
00 


20 
20 


00 
00 


136 
157 


00 
00 


20 
40 


00 
00 


20 
20 


00 
00 



Crown Counsel Prosecutions ($13,437.00) 



Essex: 

Pike. John M. . . 
Frontenac: 

King, Francis . . . 

Macdonald, G. M. 
Grey: 

Dyre, V. H. 

Grier, A. M 

Haldimand: 

Agnew, R. G. 

Simpson, T. H. 
Halton : 

Braden, J. A. E. 
Hastings: 

Agar, J. T 

Jones, J. E 

Huron : 

Ferguson, T. R. . 
Kenora : 

McGillivray, J. F. 



400 00 



26 
20 


00 
00 


20 

150 


00 
00 


81 00 
20 00 


40 


oo 


500 00 
460 00 


275 00 


20 


00 



58 



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No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Kent: 




Stewart, J. G 


20 00 


Lambton : 




Rigney, T. J 


250 00 


Wilson, F. W 


10 00 


Lanark: 




McCue, W 


20 00 


Rigney, T. J 


150 00 


Leeds and Grenville: 




Stewart, H. A 


40 00 


Lennox and Addington: 




Wilson, N. M 


20 00 


Lincoln: 




Keyes, Jas. A 


40 00 


Manitoulin: 




Craig, J. H 


10 00 


Middlesex: 




Bartlett, P. H 


100 00 


Chisholm, A. G 


40 00 


Muskoka: 




Kennedy, W. H 


95 00 


Nipissing: 




Brady, G. R 


20 00 


Bull, G. L. T 


300 00 


Norfolk: 




Innes, H. P 


66 00 


Northumberland and Durham: 




Armstrong, A. J 


20 00 


Field, F. M 


20 00 


Ontario: 




Crozier, Jno. W 


20 00 


Oxford: 




McDonald, P 


20 00 


Shaver, G. N 


175 00 


Parry Sound: 




Haight, W. L 


387 00 


Peel: 




Morphy, W. S 


20 00 


Perth : 




Shaver, G. N 


170 00 


Peterborough : 




Hatton, G. W 


10 00 


McWhinney, W. J 


76 eo 



Crown Counsel Prosecutions.— Continued. 

Prescott and Russell: 

Hart, G. C 

Prince Edward: 

Hubbs, R. H 

Mikel, W. C 

Rainy River: 

Tibbetts, H. A. ... 
Renfrew: 

Burritt, Jas. H. . . 

Pringle, R. M 

Simcoe: 

Agar, T. J 

Boys, W. A 

Tucker, H 



67 00 

10 00 
87 00 

40 00 

10 00 
250 00 

978 00 

20 00 

218 



00 



Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry: 



J. A. 



270 00 



Hutcheson, 
Sudbury: 

Bull, G. L. T. 

Miller, G. M. 
Temiskaming: 

Bull, G. L. T. 
Thunder Bay: 

Boys, W. A. . 
Victoria: 

Fulton, A. M. 

Weldon, J. E. 
Waterloo: 

Brewster, W. 

Makins, J. C. 
Welland: 

Battle, T. F. 
Wellington: 

Macdonald, A. 
Wentworth : 

Battle, T. F. 

Biggar, S. D. 

Grier, A. M. . 
York: 

Arnoldi, Frank 730 00 

Ferguson, T. R 

Kilmer, G. H. 



H. 



212 00 
10 00 

275 00 

675 00 

20 00 
20 00 

259 00 
350 00 

150 00 

20 00 

156 00 

20 00 

250 00 



175 00 
600 00 



White, Peter 2,277 00 



General Administration of Justice in Counties ($212,934.07) 



Brant— Watts, A. E. 

June quarter, '17. 655 76 

December " '17. 1,964 89 

March " '18. 1,620 79 

June " '18. 1,037 32 



Bruce — Robertson, 


N. 




March quarter, 


'17. 


693 61 


June " 


'17. 


489 50 


September " 


'17. 


561 80 


December 


'17. 


356 01 


March " 


'18. 


421 17 


June 


'18. 


807 79 



5,278 76 



3,329 88 



Carleton— Rielly, H. 

December quarter, '16. 2,460 43 
March " '18. 7 00 

Dufferin— Wheelock, C. R. 

September quarter, 17. 145 79 
December " '17. 310 39 
March " '18. 43 60 

June " '18. 260 10 



2,467 43 



Elgin— McKay, K. 


W. 




IOV oo 


March quarter 


'17. 


768 35 




June " 


'17. 


1,193 85 




September " 


'17. 


875 64 




December " 


'17. 


1,469 10 




March 


'18. 


1,570 82 




June 


'18. 


1,086 06 


6,963 82 



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59 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



General Administration of Justice in Counties.— Continued. 



Bssex— Millen, J. I. 




June quarter, '17. 


1,950 38 


September " '17. 


1,152 04 


December " '17. 


2,080 81 


March " '18. 


1,619 46 


June " '18. 


2,504 83 



Frontenac— Purdy, D. 

September quarter,'17. 460 46 

December " '17. 1,127 42 

March " '18. 628 96 

June " '18. 787 21 



Grey — Parker, J. 

September quarter, '17. 771 08 
December " '17. 1,123 63 
March . " '18. 502 49 

June " '18. 704 52 



Maldimand — Warner, L. 






June quarter, 


'17. 


508 


65 


September 


'17. 


343 


21 


December " 


'17. 


371 


21 


March 


'18. 
n, D. 


242 


27 


Halton— Hutcheso 






June quarter, 


'17. 


572 


30 


September " 


'17. 


222 


57 


December, " 


'17. 


953 


06 


March 


'18. 


445 


83 


June " 


'18. 


687 


21 



Hamilton— Leckie, W. R. 

September quarter, '17. 830 18 

December " '17. 1,383 86 

March " '18. 821 38 

June " '18. 1,104 10 



Hastings— Mallory, B. 

June quarter, "'17. 
September " '17. 
December " '17. 
March - '18 . 



1,432 82 
1,158 48 
2,022 46 
1.608 89 



Huron— Lane, W. 

September quarter, '17. 929 69 
December " '17. 1,003 61 
March " '18. 636 07 

June " '18. 754 69 



Kent— Fleming, J. 


C. 




June quarter, 


'17. 


1,509 67 


September " 


*17. 


1,096 12 


December " 


'17. 


2,148 28 


March 


'18. 


837 09 


June " 


'18. 


1,349 10 



9,307 52 



3,004 05 



3,101 72 



1,463 34 



2,830 9: 



4,139 52 



6,222 65 



3,32<i 06 



Lambton — Ingram H. 

June quarter, '17. 



September 
December 
March 
June 



'17. 
'17. 
'18. 
'18. 



749 61 
390 95 
828 76 
600 42 
993 41 



6,940 26 



Lanark— Code JJohn 




September quarter, '] 


L7 476 34 


December " '17. 


512 57 


March " '18. 


433 84 


June " '18 . 


598 80 


Leeds & Grenville— Holmes, W. 


June quarter, ; 1 7. 


992 55 


September " '17 . 


1,219 72 


December " '17. 


1,717 06 


March " '18. 


1,174 48 


June " '18. 


1,112 46 


Lennox & Addington — 


Shannon, 


June quarter, '17. 


279 72 


September " '17. 


111 47 


December " '17. 


503 48 


lUarch " '18. 


109 65 


Lincoln— Wismer, C. 




March quarter, '17. 


677 33 


June • " '17. 


676 62 


Middlesex — Robson, T, 


. E. 


December quarter, '13 


. 1,888 65 


March " 14. 


1,542 73 


June " '14. 


1,310 20 


September " '14. 


1,213 92 


December " '14. 


2,786 88 


March " '15. 


1,402 74 


June " '15 . 


1,205 72 


September " '15. 


1,020 05 


December " '15 . 


2,479 86 


March " '16. 


1,125 73 


June " '16. 


1,349 25 


September " '16. 


1,186 75 


December " '16 . 


2,227 33 


March " '17. 


1,544 85 


June " '17. 


1,359 77 


September " '17. 


1,285 16 


December " '17. 


1,878 53 


March " '18. 


1,399 82 


Norfolk— Crysler, R. 




September quarter,'17. 481 17 


December " '17. 


707 71 


Porter, J. 




March quarter, '18 . 


778 79 


June " '18. 


854 24 



3,563 15 



2,021 55 



6,216 27 



1,004 32 



1,353 95 



28,207 94 



1,188 83 



1,633 03 



60 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Xo. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
General Administration of Justice in Counties. — Continued. 

Renfrew— Henderson, T. 

September quarter ,*17. 816 95 



4,079 47 



Northumberland 


& Durham 




MacNachtan, 


N. F. 






June quarter, '17. 


827 


66 


September 


'17. 


635 


80 


December " 


'17. 


1,190 


17 


March 


'18. 


*557 


96 


June 


'18. 


867 


88 



Ontario— Mackay, E. A. 

March quarter, '17. 355 88 



June " '17. 


1,039 91 


September " '17. 


476 11 


December " '17. 


1,338 35 


March " '18. 


765 99 


June " '18. 


699 45 


Oxford— Mcintosh, R. 




September quarter, '17 


. 425 24 


December " '17. 


911 83 


March " '18. 


941 78 


June " '18. 


421 29 


Peel— Crawford, R. 




September quarter,'17 


. 524 29 


December " '17. 


923 52 


March " '18. 


593 49 


June " '18. 


496 54 


Perth— Hamilton, Geo. 




June quarter, '17. 


670 27 


September " '17. 


626 62 


December u '17. 


1,288 73 


March M '18. 


1,314 35 


June " '18. 


1,001 30 


Peterborough— Elliott, 


E. M. 


June quarter, '17. 


713 95 


September " '17. 


266 59 


December " '17. 


907 13 


March " '18. 


607 45 


June " '18. 


700 88 


Prescott & Russell— Belanger, J 


June quarter, '17. 


419 01 


September " '17. 


278 65 


December " '17. 


520 71 


March ■' '18. 


260 24 


June " '18. 


603 38 


Prince Edward— Bongard, D. L. 


September quarter,'17. 135 50 


December " '17. 


117 75 


March " '18. 


335 79 


June " '18. 


286 42 


September " '18. 


219 31 



4,675 69 



2,700 14 



2,537 84 



4,901 27 



3,196 00 



2,081 99 



December " '17. 


785 


16 




March " '18 . 


650 


15 




June " '18. 


645 


63 


2,897 89» 








imcoe— Quinlan, D. 








June quarter, '16. 


1,139 


18 




December " '16. 


726 


85 




March " '17. 


468 


44 




September " '17. 


890 


75 




December " '17. 


1,322 


15 




March " '18. 


1,224 


24 




June " '18. 


766 


95 


6.538 56 



Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry — 
Simpson, J. R. 



March 
June 



quarter, '17. 
" '17. 



835 19 
903 60 



1,738 19 



Toronto— Bradshaw, T. 

December quarter, '16. 937 85 



June 
September 
December 
March 



17. 8,210 42 

'17. 7,607 80 

'17. 10,467 89 

'18. 9,143 44 



1,094 77 



Victoria— McNeillie, J. 


R. 


June quarter, 


'17. 


379 73 


September 


'17. 


507 51 


December " 


'17. 


773 67 


March 


'18. 


514 67 


June 


'18. 
S. 


795 81 


Waterloo— Cassel , 




June quarter, 


'17. 


868 07 


September 


'17. 


762 70 


December 


'17. 


2,080 05 


March 


'18. 
W. 


1,757 77 


Welland— Gainer, 


H. 


December quarter, '12 . 


1,072 98 


March " 


'13. 


762 78 


June 


'13. 


969 92 


September " 


'13. 


646 4& 


December " 


'13. 


1,123 32 


March 


'14. 


596 72* 


Joine 


'14. 


941 66 


September 


'14. 


711 86 


December " 


'14. 


1,050 17 


March 


'15. 


751 24 


June 


'15. 


1,348 88 


September 


'15. 


697 05 



36,367 40 



2,971 3» 



5,468 5* 



10,673 07 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



61 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



General Administr 


ation 


of Juj 


;tice in Counties.— Continued. 




Wellington— Fox, Geo. M. 






Dufferin: Preston, J. A. V.. 


12 28 


September quarter,'17. 590 36 






Elgin: McLaws, D 


32 10 


December " '17. 1,624 80 
March " '18. 313 88 






Essex: Clay, Hy 


184 05 






Frontenac: Asselstine, T. N. 


52 24 


June " '18. 606 05 






Grey: Bishop, W. A 


40 00 




3,135 


09 


Haldimand: Eccles, J. C. 


16 12 
12 23 




Halton: McClenaghan, W. J. 


York— Macdonald, J. K. 






Hastings: Williams, J 


93 85 


March quarter, '17. 178 64 






Huron: McDonald, D 


36 70 


June " '17. 465 84 






Kent: Holmes, J. 


56 00 


September " '17. 470 91 






Lambton: Saunders, A 


44 50 


December " '17. 315 11 






Lanark: McEwen, W. P. ... 


8 03 




1,430 


50 


Leeds and Grenville: Baker, 














A. E 


28 00 


Attendance at Court as Sheriff- 


Lennox and Addington: De- 




Brant: Westbrook, J. W 


38 


00 


roche, W. P 


28 45 


Bruce: Jermyn, D. M 


46 


25 


Middlesex: Blackburn, H .. 


60 00 


Carleton: Richardson, G. C. 


520 


50 


Weld, E 


221 00 


Dufferin: Endicott, Hy 


10 


00 


Norfolk: Rapelje, C. C 


12 30 


Elgin: McCrimmon, A. W. . 


26 


50 


Northumberland and Durham: 




Frontenac: Dawson, Thos. .. 


101 


50 


Field, J. T 


32 15 


Orey: Thomson, T. J 


146 


11 


Ontario: Bascom, H 


40 00 


Haldimand : McConnell, M. . . 


95 


00 


Oxford: Canfield, J. 


4 08 


Halton : Webster, S 


49 


50 


Ball, R. M 


4 35 


Hamilton: Middleton, J. T. . 


19 


50 


Peel: Dixon, J. B 


16 00 


Hastings: Morrison, M. B. .. 


388 


50 


Perth: Smith, E. S 


40 29 


Huron: Reynolds, R. G 


163 


50 


McNeely, J. S. L 


16 00 


Kent: Gemmill, J. R 


188 


25 


Peterborough: Sherry, G. J. 


16 24 


Lambton: Flintoft, J. A., 






Prescott and Russell: Be- 




Deputy * . 

Johnston, A. J 


40 


00 


langer, J 


8 16 


6 


50 


Prince Edward: Gilbert, N. . 


16 00 


Lanark: MacMartin, D. G. . 


35 


00 


Renfrew: Perrett, H. W. ... 


20 00 


Leeds and Grenville: McCam- 






Simcoe: Rapelje, C. C 


4 05 


mon, J. A 


112 


00 


MacKay, J 


28 00 


Lennox and Addington: Haw- 


Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 




ley, G. D 


15 


00 


garry: McDonald, J 


36 21 


Lincoln: O'Loughlin, H 


171 


00 


Victoria: Sootheran, J. H. .. 


24 00 


Middlesex: Cameron, D. M.. 


318 


00 


Waterloo: Beaumont, E. J. . 


80 27 


Northumberland and Durham: 






Welland: Cohoe, J. E 


40 44 


Nesbitt, D. J 


152 


50 


Wellington: Kingston, W. . 


24 00 


Ontario: Paxton, J. F 


26 


00 


Wentworth : Gwyn, H. C. ... 


116 41 


Oxford: McGhie, Wm 


71 


00 






Peel: Henderson, N. 


29 


50 


Attendance at Court as Crier- 




Perth : Magwood, T 


98 
147 


50 
00 


Brant: Peddie, W 


9 25 


Peterborough : Hall, J. A. 


Carleton: Watt, H. L 


36 75 


Prince Edward: Parker, D. J. 


45 


00 


Dufferin : Tuck, H. F 


4 00 


Renfrew : Morris, A 


26 


00 


Elgin: Hopkins, J 


4 25 


Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 






Essex : Neal, F 


20 00 


garry : Mack, W. R 


44 


00 


Frontenac: Bradshaw, J. W. 


28 00 


Toronto: 






Haldimand: Sheppard, J, W. 


34 00 


Mowat, F 


265 


00 


Hamilton: Stewart, R 


6 00 


Smith, F. M., Acting 


195 


00 


Hastings: Maliory, B 


54 00 


Hoskin, L. C, Acting 


85 


00 


Huron: Knox, J 


63 75 


"Victoria: Vrooman, A. E. .. 


18 


50 


Lambton: Manchester, T., 




^Waterloo: Lockyer, H. G. . 


57 


25 


Acting 


4 00 


Welland: 'Smith, J 


33 


00 


McDonald, R. 


9 25 


Wellington: Allen, A. S. .. 


70 


00 


Leeds and Grenville: Dyer, 




Wentworth: Middleton, J. T.. 


101 


22 


H 


34 00 


York: McCowan, A 


3,862 


50 


Lincoln: Kennedy, W. P. .. 
Middlesex: Waterworth, B. F. 


45 25 
33 50 


Attendance at Court as D.C.C.— 






Northumberland and Durham: 




Brant: Hollinrake, W 


32 


30 


'.Smith. W. H. 


34 25 


Bruce: Clapp, R. E 


16 


12 


Peel: Smith, J. W 


10 00 


Carleton: Bishop, J . 


44 


00 


Perth: Mayberry, T 


25 55 


Pratt, H. 


196 


17 


Peterborough: Wood, W. .. 


22 25 



62 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



General Administration of Justice in Counties. — Continued. 



Glen 



D. 



Prince Edward: Hoover 
Renfrew: Brown, W. . 
Stormont, Dundas and 

garry: Ridley, J. ... 
Waterloo: Huber, C. .. 
Wellington: Jasper, R. . 

Ogg, J 

Wentworth: Stewart, W 
York: Powell, G. H. . . 

Brodie, A. W 



Attendance at Court of Constables — 

Carleton 1 50 

Prontenac 15 00 

Huron 82 30 

Lanark 3 00 



18 


00 


8 


00 


2 


00 


6 


00 


4 


00 


24 


00 


27 


50 


298 


00 


1,170 


75 



Peel 3 00 

Prince Edward 10 50 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry 1 50 

Waterloo 3 00 

Welland 3 00 

Wellington 25 50 

Other Expenses in Counties — 

Broddy, Geo. W., services as 
constable at Fall Fairs at 
4.00 per diem, 156.00; trav. 

expenses, 178.85 334 85 

Can. Express Co., charges . . 25 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 30 



Seals and other contingencies ($29.00) 



Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guides 25 25 

Can. Express Co., charges 40 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 35 



King's Printer, 
court seal 



distribution, 



3 00 



Ontario Provincial Police. 

Salaries ($48,903.6?) 

Jos. E. Rogers: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 3,200 00 

Wm. Greer: do Inspector 2,300 00 

J. MiJler: do do 2,300 00 

H. Reburn: . do do 1,900 00 

A. B. Boyd : do do 1,900 00 

W. J. Davies: do Secretary, allowance on military 

leave 1,170 00 

J. F. Mullin: , do Messenger, do 350 00 

W. H. Mains: do Divisional Inspector, Niagara Falls 1,800 00 

G. McCurdy: do do Fort William 1,616 6-6 

A. T. Rowell: do do Cobalt 1,616 66 

A. E. Storie: do do Sudbury 1,616 66 

W. H. Stringer: do Constable, Fort William 1,316 66 

C. H. Symons: do do Port Arthur 1,316 66 

S. G. Flanagan: Nine do do Sault Ste. Marie 798 35 

J. A. Shields: Twelve do do Gore Bay 1,050 00 

C. Knight: do do Byng Inlet 1,283 33 

S. C. McElwain: do do Muskoka 1,100 00 

J. R. Dowd: do do Bridgeburg 1,100 00 

T.D.Greenwood: do do Chippewa 1,100 00 

S. J. Halbert: do do do 500 00 

P. Kelly: do do Niagara Falls 1,200 00 

M. McNamara: do do do 1,200 00 

J. N. Pay: do do do 1,200 00 

C. Wadsworth : do do Queenston 500 00 

K.D.Campbell: do do Fort Frances 1,216 66 

J. D. Ovens: do do Rainy River 1,200 00 

J. Lefebvre: do do North Cobalt 1,316 66 

W. W. Hemmingway: do do Michipicoten 1,200 00 

G. O. Grassick: do do .Schreiber 1,116 66 

C.M.Bromley: do do Sioux Lookout 1,064 06 

J. P. M. Hannah: do do Windsor 1,064 06 

J. Edwards: do do White River 1,283 33 

J.P.Smith: do do Walkerville 1,316 66 

F. Lefebvre: do do North Bay 1,316 66 

J. E. Wilson: Seven do do Cochrane 666 66 

W. S. Ackroyd: Ten do do Timmins 877 40 

Harold E. Norton: Twelve do do Englehart 975 00 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



6a 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
Ontario Provincial Police.— Continued. 

Salaries. — Continued. 

Jno. M. Hill: Two months' salary as Constable, Englehart 191 00 

Robt. Sharp : Five do do Cochrane 380 53 

Wm. Wood: Three do do Kenora 225 00 

W. T. Moore: One do do S. Porcupine 58 33 



Contingencies ($1,554.32) 



3 


00 


28 


80 


1 


25 


6 


75 


1 


05 


14 


30 



Adams Cellboard Co., boxes . . 

Brown Bros., books 

Canada Stamp & Stencil Co., 
rubber stamp 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams . . 

Chief Constable Assoc, of Can- 
ada, membership dues 

Dobson, W. G., services as act- 
ing secretary at 90.00 per 
month, 360.00; at 100.00 per 
month, 803.85 1,163 85 

Dom. Express Co., charges 8 25 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 161 



3 00 



Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

G.N.W. Ted. Co., telegrams 

International Assoc, of Chiefs 
of Police, Atlanta, Ga., mem- 
bership dues 

King's Printer, distribution, 
guides, 2.50; stationery, 
152.54; printing and binding, 
24.79 

Lion Sporting Co., batteries . . 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Rogers Electric Co., batteries . . 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 9.00; repairs and sup- 
plies, 4.70 



75 00 
8 96 



5 00 



179 83 

2 30 

36 62 

1 05 



13 70- 



Accident Insurance of Officers and Constables ($406.03) 
London Guarantee and Accident Co., Ltd., premiums 



406 03 



Uniforms for Superintendent, Divisional Inspectors and Constables ($1,038.21) 
Anderson-MacBeth, Ltd., caps.. 93 75 Lailey, Trimble Co., Ltd., uni- 



Holt, Renfrew Co., Ltd., cap . 



5 00 



forms 
Towers Canadian, Ltd., coats 



916 85 
22 61 



Telephones, office rent for Divisronal Inspectors and Constables ($503.33) 



Anderson & Logan, rent of office 120 00 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, Sault Ste. Marie, 
25.00; Windsor, 50.00; Sarnia, 
25.00; Niagara Falls, 137.00; 
Sudbury, 11.00; Parry Sound, 
18.33 260 83 

Fort Frances Tel. Co., rent of 
instrument 37 00 

Fort William Public Utilities 



Commission, rent of instru- 
ment 

Gore Bay Tel. Co., rent of in- 
strument 

Port Arthur Public Utilities 
Commission, rent of instru- 
ment 

Temiskaming Tel. Co., rent of 
instrument 



Ackroyd, W. S 

Beachard, Geo. E. 

Bromley, C. M 

Campbell, K. D 

Dowd, J. R 

Edwards, J 

Flanagan, S. G 

Grassick, Geo. O 

Greenwood, T. D. ... 

Halbert, S. J 

Hannah, J. P 

Hemmingway, W. W. 

Hill, J. M 

Kelly, P 

Knight, C. H 

Lef ebvre, F 

Lefebvre, Jerry 



Travelling and other expenses ($5,491.09) 



72 00 Mains, W. H 

34 05 McCurdy, G 

238 10 McElwain, S. C 

480 28 McNamara, M 

13 95 Moore, W. T 

167 55 Norton, H. E 

60 40 Ovens, J. D 

150 05 Rowell, A. T 

16 90 Shields, J. A 

47 05 Sharp, R 

4 50 Storie, A. E 

302 72 Stringer, W. H 

48 05 Symons, C. W 

10 30 Trail, B.C., City of, expenses re 

374 72 A. B. Ebert and F. O'Connell 

298 58 Wilson, J. E 

115 47 Wood, W 



20 00 
20 00 

20 00 

20 00* 



78 00 
423 69 
168 35 

2 70 

3 65 
308 87 
329 12 
273 74 
402 85 

37 35 
485 26 
226 44 
188 80 

68 90 
42 50 
16 20> 



€4 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
Ontario Provincial Police.— Continued 

Unpaid Accounts, 1916-17 ($12.59) 



Ackroya, W. >S 



6 00 



Grassick, G. O. . 



6 59 



Allowance in lieu of travelling and other expenses of Superintendent of Police ($300.00) 
Rogers, J. E. expenses attending convention 300 00 

Salary of Constable, Crystal Beach ($200.00) 
Rice, Percy : Four months' salary as constable 200 GO 

Chief Constables' Association of Canada ($300.00) 

Chief Constables' Association, grant 300 00 



Shorthand Reporters. 

Including allowance in lieu of stationery and travelling expenses ($17,740.00) 

B. Nield: Twelve months' salary as Reporter 2,400 00 

J. E. Henderson: do do 2,400 00 

J. Buskard : do do 2^400 00 

H. O. Taylor : do do 2,400 00 

P. V. Dickson : do do 2,400 00 

N. R. Butcher : do do 2^400 00 

A. F. Lowry: do do 2,400 00 

J. Agnew: do do allowance on military leave 940 00 



Contingencies ($989.07) 



Butcher, N. R., & Co., services 
reporting at 6.00 per diem, 
60.00; trav. expenses, 362.05.. 

Buskard, John, trav. expenses. 

Henderson, J. E., trav. expenses 

Muliin, B., services reporting at 
6.00 per diem 



422 05 
106 10 

11 40 

12 00 



Nield, EL, trav. expenses 

Newall, A. G., services report- 
ing at 6.00 per diem 

Taylor, H. 0., trav. expenses.. 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter 



54 05 

6 00 
258 05 

119 42 



Countv Law Libraries ($2,000.00) 



Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Elgin 

Essex 

Prontenac 

Grey 

Haldimand 

Hamilton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Kenora 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lambton 

Idndsay 



66 69 


Middlesex 


123 80 


46 05 


Norfolk 


46 04 


152 37 


Ontario 


53 98 


57 17 


Oxford 


55 56 


60 33 


Perth ' 


63 50 


55 57 
57 17 


Peterborough 

Rainy Ri/er 


61 92 

47 63 


55 57 


Renfrew 


. . . . 55 55 


155 33 
60 33 
68 26 


Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas, and 
garry 


76 19 

Glen- 
50 79 


63 50 
42 88 
68 26 


Thunder Bay 

Waterloo 

Welland 


58 73 

65 07 

61 91 


58 74 


Wellington 


60 31 


50 80 







Registrars in Districts. 
Forms, index books and general office supplies ($262.82) 



Can. Express Co., charges 80 

Dom. Express Co., charges 8 33 

King's Printer, distribution, 



printing and binding, 99.59; 

stationery, 19.10 118 69 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter 135 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



65 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

District of Algoma. 

SALARIES. 

Sheriff. Treasurer. District Attorney, etc. ($2,476.85) 

Wm. Carney : Nine months' salary as Sheriff and Treasurer 900 00 

W. H. Carney : One and one-half do do do 143 84 

G. W. Goodwin: Twelve do Clerk of the Peace and District 

1 Attorney 400 00 

T. J. Foster: do Clerk of the District Court 593 01 

G. S. Lay : do Constable 300 00 

A. Arsenault: do do 140 00 

Gaolers. Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. ($3,451.50) 

S. E. Fleming: Twelve months' salary as Surgeon, Sault Ste. Marie 325 00 

Rebecca Hearst: do Matron, do 200 00 

Temporary officials: Turnkeys, etc 2,926 50 



Administration of Justice ($13,702.82) 



Carney, W. H., Treasurer: — 


Expen. (Sept. qr. '17 


478 20 


Dec. qr. '17 


4,768 01 


Mar. qr. '18 


1,897 42 


June qr. '18 


4,281 69 . 


Sept. qr. '18 


2,171 78 


Accountable 


1,010 16 




14,607 26 


Less accountable, '17 


1,010 16 




13,597 10 



Dom. Express Co., charges ... 3 85 
Fees of Sheriffs, Deputy Clerks 
of the Crown, Local Regis- 
trars, Criers and Constables, 
(formerly paid out of appro- 
priation taken for that pur- 
pose) 88 34 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 7.34; printing and 
binding, 6.19 13 53 



Carney, W. H., Treasurer: — 

Expen. Dec. qr. '17 682 52 

Mar. qr. '18 702 36 

June qr. '18 757 50 

Sept. qr. '18 2,241 74 



Fuel, light, water, maintenance of prisoners, etc. ($4,384.12) 

Accountable 179 51 



4,563 63 
Less accountable, '17 179 51 



4,384 12 



Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney, allowance for Office rent ($300.00) 
Goodwin, Geo. W 300 00 

Police Magistrates, Michipicoten District, etc., allowance for Office rent ($300.00) 
Mackay, J. T 300 00 

Police Magistrates, Michipicoten District, etc., travelling expenses. ($30.25) 

Mackay, J. T /. 30 25 

Magistrate at Thessalon, allowance in lieu of travelling expenses ($200.00) 
Williams, T. E 200 00 



Allowance for Office rent, etc., Local Registrar ($298.33) 
Goodwin, Geo. W 15 00 Foster, T. J .- 283 33 

5. P. A. 



66 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
District of Kenora. 

SALARIES. 
Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. ($2,150.00) 

J. W. Humble: Twelve months' salary as Sheriff 1,000 00 

C. W. Chadwick: do Registrar and Clerk of District 

Court 700 00 

J. F. MoGillivray : do Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 250 00 

Robt. Nairn : do Treasurer 200 00 



Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. ($2,226.86) 

Leith Myles: Twelve months' salary as Gaoler 

Mrs. Mary Miles : Four & one-half do Matron 

Mrs. A. Dowd : Seven do do 

S. S. Scovill: Twelve do Surgeon 

Edward Atkinson: Three do Caretaker and Engineer 



600 00 
76 20 
116 66 
200 00 
180 00 



Temporary officials: 



Turnkeys, etc 1,054 00 



Administration of Justice ($2,903.32) 



Dom. Express Co., charges .... 5 95 
Fees of Sheriffs, Deputy Clerks 
of the Crown, Local Regis- 
trars, Criers and Constables, 
(formerly paid out of appro- 
priation taken for that pur- 
pose) 31 50 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery, 6.87; binding, 9.95 16 82 



Nairn, Robt., Treasurer: — 
Expen. Dec. qr. '17 1,248 79 
qr. '18 
qr. '18 
qr. '18 



Mar. 

June 

Sept. 

Accountable 



457 15 
521 12 
511 99 
964 52 



Less accountable, '17 



3,703 57 
764 52 



Fuel, light, water, maintenance of prisoners, etc. ($2,317.23) 



Nairn, 


Robt., Treasurer 


: — 




Expen. Sept. 


qr. 


'17 


1,334 


27 




Dec. 


qr. 


'17 


185 


05 




June 


qr. 


'18 


521 


12 




June 


qr. 


'18 


129 


66 




Sept. 


qr. 


'18 


1,453 


41 


Accountable 






533 


11 



Less accountable, '17 1,797 04 



Watson, Mrs. M. J., services as 
caretaker at 50.00 per month 



2,939 05 

2,067 23 

250 00 



3,864 27 



Travelling' Expenses, Police Magistrate at Dryden ($4.35) 



Pronger, R. H. 



4 35 



To Reimburse Local Master of Titles, Kenora, amount o f accounts paid for Water, Light, 

Fuel, etc.. 1916=17 ($55.70) 



Chadwick, C. W., disbursements 



55 70 



J. H. Fell: 
Laura A. McRae: 
W. R. Abrey: 

C. C. Piatt: 

Geo. Reid: 
Jno. H. C*aig: 



District of Manitoulin. 

SALARIES. 
Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. ($3,100.00) 
Twelve months' salary as Sheriff 



do 
do 

do 

do 
do 



Treasurer 

Registrar of Deeds and Master of 
Titles 

Clerk of District Court and Sur- 
rogate Court 

Constable, Providence Bay 

Clerk of the Peace and District 

! Attorney • 



950 00 
150 00 

600 00 

850 00 
300 00 

250 00 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



6T 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
District of Manitoulin.— Continued. 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers. Matron, etc. ($700.00) 

Stephen Cronkhite: Twelve months' salary as Gaoler, Gore Bay 450 00 

Ellen M. Cronkhite: do Matron, do 150 00 

Dominie de Lamorandiere: do Gaoler, Killarney 100 00 



Administration of Justice ($1,724.81) 



Dom. Express Co., charges . . 
of Sheriffs, Deputy Clerks 
of the Crown, Local Regis- 
trars, Criers and Constables, 
(formerly paid out of appro- 
priation for that purpose) . . 



1 60 



McRae, Laura A., Treasurer:— 





Ex pen, Sept. qr. 


'17 


169 07 




Dec. qr. 


'17 


207 95 




Mar. qr. 


'18 


302 78 




June qr. 


'18 


561 22 


00 


Sept. qr. 


'18 


378 19 


1 


Accountable . . . 




591 48 


1 


2,210 69 


\ 


Less accountable, 


'17 


491 48 



1,719 21 



Fuel, light, water, maintenance of prisoners, etc. ($913.87) 

McRae, Laura A., Treasurer: — Less accountable, '17 146 11 

Expen. Sept. qr. '17 79 52 . 913 87 

Dec. qr.'17 256 58 

Mar. qr. '18 376 75 

June qr. '18 89 67 

Sept. qr. '18 111 35 

Accountable 146 11 

1,059 98 

Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney, allowance for office rent ($105.00) 
Craig, J. H 105 00 

Police Magistrate, allowance for office rent( $100.00) 
Major, F. W 100 00 

Police Magistrate, travelling expenses ($260.50) 
Major, F. W 260 50 



District of Muskoka. 

SALARIES. 
Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. ($1,650.00) 

D. B. Bastedo: Twelve months' salary as Sheriff 750 00 

Thos. Johnston: do Clerk of the Peace and District 

j Attorney 250 00 

I. Huber: Nine do Clerk of the District Court 337 50 

Thos. Johnston: Three do do do 112 50 

J. E. Lount: Twelve do Treasurer 200 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. ($750.00) 

Duncan Macdonald : Twelve months' salary as Gaoler, Bracebridge 500 00 

Alice Macdonald : do Matron 100 00 

F. R. McGibbon : do Surgeon 150 00 



88 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

District of Muskoka — Continued. 

Administration of Justice ($3,930.74) 



Can. Express Co., charges ... 2 30 
Fees of Sheriffs, Deputy Clerks 
of the Crown, Local Regis- 
trars, Criers and Constables, 
(formerly paid out of appro- 
priation taken for that pur- 
pose) 12 03 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 23 62 



ount, J. E., ■ 


Treasurer: — 




Expen. 'Sept. 


qr. 


'17 


451 


29 


Dec. 


qr. 


'17 


1,784 


17 


Mar. 


qr. 


'18 


732 


66 


June 


qr. 


'18 


1,033 


62 


Accountable 






687 


49 



4,689 23 
Less accountable, '17 796 44 



Fuel, light, water, maintenance of prisoners, etc. ($1,826.79) 
Lount, J. E., Treasurer: — Less accountable, '17 



152 36 



Expen. Sept. 


qr. '17 


706 05 


Dec. 


qr. '17 


918 65 


Mar. 


qr. '18 


177 34 


June 


qr. '18 


177 11 



3,892 79 



1,826 79 



1,979 15 

District of Nipissing. 

SALARIES. 
Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. ($1,850.00) 

H C. Varin : Twelve months' salary as Sheriff 800 00 

Thos E McKee- do Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 250 00 

T J Bourke: do Clerk of District Court 450 00 

" ' ao do Treasurer 200 00 

Alex. Brown: Six do Constable, Whitney 150 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. ($3,407.50) 

W J Bailey Twelve months' salary as Gaoler, North Bay 900 00 

A ' E Ranney : Nine do Surgeon, do 112 50 

Temporary officials: Turnkeys, etc 2,395 00 

Administration of Justice ($2,848.60) 

Agar T J services and ex- Can. Express Co., charges 40 

penses re Verner crimes .... 290 55 Dom. Express Co., charges .... 75 
Bourke, Thos. J., Treasurer:— Fees of Sheriffs, Deputy Clerks 
Expen Dec. qr. '17 641 63 of the Crown, Local Regis- 
Mar qr. '18 700 49 trars, Criers and Constables, 
June qr.'18 466 94 (formerly paid out of appro- 
Sept qr '18 37 50 priation taken for that pur- 
Accountable 859 54 pose) 57 20 

McCubbin, N. J., Treasurer: — 

2 706 10 Expen. Dec. qr. '15 441 14 

Less accountable, '17 '859 54 Pinkerton Nat'l Detective 
— 1,846 56 Agency, services and ex- 
penses of operatives 212 00 

Fuel, liffht, water, maintenance of prisoners, etc. ($3,897.51) 
Bourke, Thos. J., Treasurer:— Less accountable, '17 251 38 

Expen. Dec. qr. '17 555 49 3,897 51 

Mar. qr. '18 734 89 

June qr. '18 848 75 

Sept. qr.'18 1,458 38 

Accountable 551 38 

4,148 89 
Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney, allowance for office rent ($100.00) ^ ^ 
McKee, T. E * 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



69 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
District of Parry Sound. 
SALARIES. 
Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. ($1,650.00) 

S. Armstrong: Twelve months' salary as Sheriff 750 00 

W. L. Haight: do Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 250 00 

F. Tasker: do Clerk of the District Court 450 00 

W. L. Haight: v. do Treasurer 200 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, etc. ($1,868.00) 

Alexander Johnston: Twelve months' salary as Gaoler, Parry Sound 600 00 

M. H. Limbert: do Surgeon, do 150 00 

Benjamin Moore: do Gaoler, Byng Inlet 300 00 

Geo. Stewart, services as Turnkey at 2.00 per diem 718 00 

Temporary officials: Turnkeys, etc 100 00 



Administration of Justice ($7,044.26) 



Dom. Express Co., charges .... 1 80 
Fees of Sheriffs, Deputy Clerks 
of the Crown, Local Regis- 
trars, Criers and Constables, 
(formerly paid out of appro- 
priation taken for that pur- 
pose) 48 35 



Fuel, light, water, 'maintenance of prisoners, etc. ($2,485.06) 

Haight, W. L., Treasurer: — Less accountable, '17 



Haight, W. L., Treasurer:— 


Expen. Dec. qr. '17 


2,371 17 


Mar. qr. '18 


873 11 


June qr. '18 


2,680 84 


Sept. qr. '18 


1,568 99 


Accountable 


1,203 31 




8,697 42 


Less accountable, '17 


1,703 31 



243 62 



Expen. Dec. 


qr. '17 


374 13 


Mar. 


qr. '18 


385 12 


June 


qr. '18 


542 57 


Sept. 
Accountable 


qr. '18 


1,183 24 
243 62 



2,728 68 
Police Magistrate at Burk's Falls, travelling expenses ($23.10) 



6,994 11 



2,485 06 



McArthur, Chas. 



23 10 



District of Rainy River. 

SALARIES 
Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. ($2,400.00) 

W. A. Baker : Twelve months' salary as Sheriff 750 00 

W. H. Elliott: do Clerk of District Court 450 00 

W.A.Baker: do Treasurer 200 00 

N. L. Groome: do Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 250 00 

H. L. Hetting: Four do Caretaker 200 00 

Geo. Henry : Eight do do 400 00 

Mrs. S. Henry: Three do Assistant Caretaker 150 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. ($2,165.66) 

Wilfred Lowe: Six months' salary as Gaoler, Fort Frances 275 00 

Robt. Bolton: Seven do do do 525 00 

Mary Jane Lowe: do Matron, do 116 66 

Mrs. R. Bolton: Five do do do 125 00 

Jas. McGregor: Twelve do Gaoler, Atikokan 150 00 

J. R. Gilbert: do do Mine Centre 300 00 

Temporary officials: Turnkeys, etc. 674 00 



70 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
District of Rainy River.— Continued. 

Unpaid Accounts, 1916-17 ($50.00) 

Lowe, Mrs. M. J., arrears of salary as Matron 



Administration of Justice ($3,773.93) 



Baker, W. A., Treasurer: — 


Expen. Dec. qr. '17 


1,559 86 


Mar. qr. '18 


276 72 


June qr. '18 


1,414 18 


Sept. qr. '18 


291 90 


Accountable 


1,369 52 




4,912 18 


Less accountable, '17 


1,269 52 



3,642 66 



Campbell, K. D., expenses re 
extradition of men charged 
with forgery 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

Fees of Sheriffs, Deputy Clerks 
of the Crown, Local Regis- 
trars, Criers and 'Constables, 
(formerly paid out of appro- 
priation taken, for that pur- 
pose) 



Fuel, light, water, maintenance of prisoners, etc. ($2,302.70) 

Baker, W. A., Treasurer:— Less accountable, '17 

Expen. Dec. qr. '17 433 05 — 

273 06 

449 90 

1,146 69 

300 00 



300 00 



50 00 



58 83 

1 22 

80 



70 42 



Mar. »qr. '18 

June qr. '18 

Sept. qr. '18 

Accountable 



2,302 70 



2,602 70 



Allowance to DistrictTreasurer for amount paid U.S. Officials, attending at Fort Frances, re 
prosecution of case of mail robbery ($9.54) 



Baker, W. A. 



9 54 



Allowance to District Treasurer for amount paid for salary to Turnkeys for months of Julv, 
August and September, 1917 ($184.00) 



Baker, W. A. 



184 00 



District of Sudbury. 

SALARIES. 

Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. ($2,027.50) 

Alex. Irving: Twelve months' salary as Sheriff and Treasurer 950 00 

O. M. Miller: do Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 250 00 

J. D. Shipley : do Clerk of the District Court 450 00 

Thos. Moulton : Five do Engineer and Caretaker 377 50 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron, etc. ($3,151.50) 

Bridget A. Keaney: Twelve months' salary as Matron, Sudbury 250 00 

W. H. Howey: do Surgeon 150 00 

Samuel Scott: Three do Turnkey 200 00 

Temporary officials: Turnkeys, etc 2,551 50 

Administration'of Justice ($10,035.77) 

Dom. Express Co., charges 5 55 Irving, A., Treasurer: — 

Fees of .Sheriffs, Deputy Clerks Expen. Dec. qr. '17 2,895 32 

of the Crown, Local Regis- Mar. qr. '18 2,569 46 

trars, Criers and Constables, June qr. '18 2,569 16 

(formerly paid out of appro- Sept. qr. '18 1,758 29 

priations taken for that pur- Accountable ...... 1,082 11 

pose) 176 75 

10,874 34 
^ Less accountable, '17 1,082 11 

9,792 23 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 38.15; binding, 
23.09 61 24 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



71 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
District of Sudbury.— Continued. 
Fuel, light, water, maintenance of prisoners, etc. ($5,062.07) 

Irving, A., Treasurer:— Less accountable, '17 800 00 

Expen. Dec. qr. '17 1,425 46 5,062 97 

Mar. qr. '18 1,043 94 

June qr. '18 1,870 28 

Sept. qr. '18 723 29 

Accountable 800 00 

5,862 97 

Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney, allowance for Office rent ($100.00) 
Miller, G. M 100 00 

Police Magistrate, Travelling expenses ($22.7 0) 

Stoddard, Thos ". 22 70 

District of Temiskaming. 

SALARIES. 

Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc.. ($2,750.00) 

Geo. Caldbick: Twelve months' salary as Sheriff 1,000 00 

F. L. Smiley: do Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 250 00 

T. J. Meagher: do Clerk of the District Court 450 00 

P. A. Cobbold : do Treasurer 150 00 

E. French: do Caretaker, Government Buildings, 

• Haileybury 900 00 

Administration of Justice ($8,754 16) 

Can. Express Co., charges 85 Dom. Express Co., charges 3 70 

Cobbold, Paul A., Treasurer: — Fees of Sheriffs, Deputy Clerks 
Expen. Dec. qr. '17 2,769 93 of the Crown, Local Regis- 
* Mar. qr. '18 1,132 24 trars, Criers and Constables, 
June qr. '18 3,540 23 (formerly paid out of appro- 
Sept, qr. '18 986 75 priation taken for that pur- 
Accountable 557 45 pose) 187 45 

King's Printer, distribution 

8,986 60 printing and binding 23 15 

Less accountable, '17 447 59 ) 

8,539 01 

Fuel, light, water, maintenance of prisoners, etc. ($2,479.82) 

Cobbold, Paul A., Treasurer: — Less accountable, '17 188 99 

Expen. Dec. qr. '17 1,460 89 . 2,479 82 

Mar. qr. '18 211 78 

June qr. '18 140 95 

Sept. qr. '18 666 20 

Accountable 188 99 

2,668 81 



Atkinson, S. 



Police Magistrate, travelling expenses ($494.00) 



494 00 



District of Thunder Bay. 

SALARIES. 

Sheriff, Treasurer, District Attorney, etc. ($2,300.00) 

A. W. Thompson: Twelve months' salary as Treasurer and Sheriff 1,200 00 

W. F. Langworthy: do Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 250 00 

T. S. T. Smellie: do Clerk of District Court 450 00 

Mrs. M. J. Watson: Eight do Caretaker Registry Office, Fort 

William 400 00 



72 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. —Continued. 
District of Thunder Bay.— Continued. 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matron ($3,240.33) 

Thos. Penfold : Twelve months' salary as Oaoler, Port Arthur 900 00 

Nettie Penfold : do Matron, do 300 00 

J. A. Crozier: do Surgeon, do 250 00 

Temporary officials: Turnkeys, etc 1,790 33 

Administrate of Justice ($9,702.12) 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 4 00 Thompson, A. W., Treasurer: — 

Fees of Sheriffs, Deputy Clerks 
of the Crown, Local Regis- 
trars, Criers and Constables, 
(formerly paid out of appro- 
priation taken for that pur- 
pose) 224 90 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery, 1.50; binding, 5.10 6 60 



Expen. Sept. qr. 


'17 


8 25 


Dec. qr. 


'17 


3,173 57 


Mar. qr. 


'18 


2,650 58 


June qr. 


'18 


1,474 32 


Sept. qr. 


'18 


1,359 90 


Accountable . . . 




2,428 28 




11,094 90 


Less accountable, 


'17 


1,628 28 



9,466 62 



Fuel, light, water, maintenance of prisoners, etc. ($4,958.45) 



Thompson, A. W., Treasurer: — Less accountable, '17. 1,043 95 

Expen. Dec. qr. '17 1,396 60 ■ 4,958 45 

Mar. qr.'18 1,154 31 

June qr. '18 313 33 

Sept. qr. '18 1,394 21 
Accountable 1,743 95 



6\002 40 

Police Magistrate, Allowance for Office rent ($200.00) 
O'Brien, W. W 200 00 

Police Magistrate on C.N.R. Construction, travelling expenses ($62.08) 
O'Connor, J. J 62 AR 

Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney, Allowance for Office rent ($100.00) 
Longworthy, W. F 100 00 

District Treasurer, allowance for amount paid Temporary Turnkeys at Port Arthur Gaol, 
October, 1917 ($150.00) 

Thompson, A. W - 150 00 

District Treasurer, amount paid to Nightwatchman at Port Arthur Gaol, October, 1917 ($70.00) 
Thompson, A. W., expenditure 70 00 

Provisional County of Haliburton ($200.00) 

B. C. Young: Twelve months' salary as Registrar of Deeds 200 00 

Junior Judge, In lieu of travelling expenses, holding Courts ($400.00) 
Judge McMillan : Allowance 400 00 



1917-18 


PUBLIC 


ACCOUNTS. 




73 




ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE - 


-Continued. 






Police Magistrates in Districts ($20,372.88) 




J. T. Mackay: 


Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate, Michipicoten. 


. 1,500 00 


T. E. Williams: 


do 


do 


Thessalon 


. 1.000 00 


J. G. McMillan: 


do 


do 


Webbwood . . 


600 00 


A. C. Vaughan: 


do 


do 


Sioux Lookout 750 00 


Jas. A. Kenney: 


do 


do 


Mining Districts 400 00 


R. H. Pronger: 


do 


do 


Dryden 


. 1,000 00 


F. W. Major: 


do 


do 


Manitoulin . . 


. 1,200 00 


Wm. J. White: 


do 


do 


Muskoka . . . 


600 00 


Geo. Moore: 


do 


do 


Parry Sound 


600 00 


Ghas. McArthur: 


do 


do 


Burks Falls 


381 25 


W. 0. Chapman: 


do 


do 


Rainy River 


600 00 


€. J. Hollands: 


do 


do 


Fort Frances 


683 33 


D. M. Brodie: 


do 


do 


Sudbury .... 


1,500 00 


S. Atkinson: 


do 


do 


Cobalt 


2,261 20 


S. J. Dempsey: 


do 


do 


Cochrane ... 


708 33 


Chas. M. McCarthy: , do 


do 


Elk Lake anc 


I 






, 


Gowganda 


700 00 


J. A. Hough: 


do 


do 


Matheson . . . 


500 00 


W. W. O'Brien: 


do 


do 


Thunder Bay & 








Rainy Rivei 


• 1,600 00 


J. E. Depew: 


do 


do 


Chapleau and 
Schreiber . 


I 

1,200 00 


J. J. O'Conner: 


do 


do 


C- N. R. Con 
struction . 


1,200 00 


M. House: 


do 


do 


Niagara Rivei 


500 00 


Geo. A. Jordan: 


do 


do 


Haliburton . . 


800 00 


W. H. Boler: 


Five do 


do 


Byng Inlet . . 


88 77 


Total Adi 


ministration of Justice . 




$6^0.060.47 











EDUCATION. 



General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Counties ($487,573.52) 



Treasurer, County of — 

Public. 

Brant 6,519 04 

Bruce 15,619 55 

Carleton 11,805 23 

Dufferin 7,587 80 

Elgin 8,690 61 

Essex 8,967 83 

Frontenac 19,581 79 

Grey 17,094 17 

Haldimand 5,744 74 

Haliburton 9,804 14 

Halton 4,503 73 

Hastings- 25,104 80 

Huron 13,271 

Kent 10,456 

Lambton 11,933 

Lanark 12,488 

«. P. A. 



Separate. 

1,296 51 
657 52 



3,927 50 

2,171 53 

661 96 



M 


944 50 


36 


1,370 88 


32 


790 51 


42 


60 88 


30 


563 28 



Leeds & Grenville 
Lennox & Adding- 

ton 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Northumberland & 

Durham 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott & Russell 
Prince Edward . . 
Renfrew 



Public. 
24,265 08 

12,357 09 
5,669 31 

13,840 07 
7,815 57 

16,843 39 
9,851 03 
9,380 08 
5,915 84 
8,262 34 

12,438 75 
8,418 62 
5,491 71 

20,117 52 



Separate. 
414 03 

135 36 



403 68 
118 81 


1,242 40 
118 80 


69 15 

1,140 25 

214 84 

597 02 



4,528 68 



74 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Counties. — Continued. 

Contingencies — 



Public. 

Simcoe * 16,906 51 

Stormont, Dundas 

& Glengarry . . . 24,694 49 

Victoria 9,956 15 

Waterloo 6,783 99 

Welland 8,054 46 

Wentworth 9,053 72 

Wellington 10,470 84 

York 24,066 74 



Separate. 

607 29 

2,638 36 
221 05 
977 58 



523 30 



Public. Separate. 
Dominion Press Clipping 

Agency, clippings 25 00 

King's Printer, distribution, 

printing and binding, 

633.25; stationery, 101.45; 

paper, 417.02 1,151 72 

McMaster, M. H., postage 

stamps 175 00 



Rural Public and Separate Schools (Counties) General Grants. Arrears of Grant due Public School 
Section No. 22. 2 Blenheim and Burford for 1917 ($39 3D 



Treasurer County of Oxford, arrears of grant 



39 31 



General Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools ($114,365.64) 



Treasurer, School Board 
City of— 



Belleville . . . 
Brantford . . . 
Chatham 
Fort William 

Gait 

Guelph 

Hamilton . . . 
Kingston 
Kitchener . . . 

London 

Niagara Falls 



Public. 

787 00 

1,862 00 

881 00 

1,031 00 

881 00 

999 00 

6,951 00 

1,401 00 

1,120 00 

3,711 00 

813 00 



Ottawa 4,187 00 

Peterborough 1,120 00 

Port Arthur 892 00 

St. Catharines . . 1,219 00 

St. Thomas 1,192 00 

Sarnia 783 00 

Sault iSte. Marie. 1,063 00 

Stratford 1,147 00 

Toronto 31,773 00 

Welland 667 00 

Woodstock 697 00 

Windsor 1,451 00 

Treasurer, School Board 
Town of — 



Alexandria . 
Alliston .... 
Almonte .... 
Amherstburg 
Arnprior . . . 
Aurora 



18 

94 

140 

71 

170 

185 

Aylmer 160 



Bala 

Barrie 

Blenheim . . . 
Blind River 

Bonfield 

Bothwell . . . 
Bowmanville 
Bracebridge . 
Brampton 
Bridgeburg . 
Brockville 
Bruce Mines 



17 
458 

95 

43 
4 

53 
268 
190 
304 
145 
589 

43 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



Separate. 
126 00 
229 00 
173 00 
330 00 

61 00 
234 00 
1,201 00 
340 00 
369 00 
514 00 

97 00 

437 00 
200 00 
223 00 
110 00 
149 00 
351 00 
170 00 
4,048 00 



61 
671 



166 00 

59 00 

95 00 

133 00 



61 00 



130 00 



Burlington 

Cache Bay . . . 
Campbellford . 
Carleton Place 

Charlton 

Chesley 

Clinton 

Cobalt 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 
Collingwood . . 
Copper Cliff . . 

Cornwall 

Deseronto .... 

Dresden 

Dryden 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

East view 

Englehart .... 

Essex 

Ford 

Forest 

Fort Frances . 
Frood Mine . . 
Gananoque . . . 

Goderich 

Gore Bay 

Gravenhurst 
Haileybury . . . 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Hawkesbury . . 

Hespeler 

Huntsville .... 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois Falls 

Kearney 

Keewatin 

Kenora 

Kincardine . . . 

Kingsville 

Latchford 

Leamington . . 

Lindsay 

Listowel 



Public. 
191 00 

37 00 
197 00 
280 00 

14 00 
141 00 
150 00 
263 00 
299 00 

65 00 
540 00 
291 00 
186 00 
156 00 

106 00 
57 00 

333 00 
248 00 
115 00 
109 00 

43 00 
108 00 

61 00 

107 00 
138 00 

3 00 
272 00 

51 00 
121 00 
166 00 
213 00 
118 00 

52 00 
227 00 
161 00 
370 00 

91 00 

25 00 

83 00 

316 00 

180 00 

123 00 

16 00 

272 00 

473 00 

173 00 



Separate. 
29 00 

10 00 

70 00 

3600 

339 00 

46 00 



157 00 
73 00 

37 00 
37 00 

44 00 

9 00 

7 00 
81 00 

128 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



76 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
General Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools.— Continued. 



Little Current . . . 

Massey 

Matheson 

Mattawa 

Meaford 

Midland 

Milton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

New Liskeard . . . 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

North Bay 

Oakville 

Orangeville ........ 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Owen Sound .... 

Palmerston 

Parkhill 

Paris 

(Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene . 
do P.S.S. 

Perth 

Petrolea 

Picton 

Port Colborne . . . 

Port Hope 

Powassan 

Preston 

Prescott 

Rainy River 

Renfrew 

Ridgetown 

Rockland 

Sandwich 

Seaf orth 

Simcoe 

Smith's Falls . . . 

Southampton 

Stayner 

St. Mary's 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls . . 

Sudbury 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Timmins 

Trenton 

Trout Creek 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill ... 

Walkerton 

Walkerville 

Wallaceburg 

Waterloo 

Webbwood 

Weston 



Public. 
86 00 
35 00 
20 00 
13 00 

200 00 
538 00 

147 00 
152 00 

132 00 
106 00 
228 00 
131 00 
233 00 
138 00 
413 00 
199 00 
180 00 
598 00 
617 00 
834 00 
142 00 

78 00 

300 00 
463 00 
333 00 
168 00 
130 00 

148 00 

230 00 
243 00 

201 00 
339 00 

43 00 

301 00 
138 00 

94 00 
227 00 
180 00 

22 00 
111 00 

133 00 
305 00 
384 00 
124 00 

75 00 
262 00 
219 00 

79 00 
268 00 
108 00 

54 00 

217 00 

46 00 

231 00 
130 00 
318 00 

37 00 
127 00 

48 00 
102 00 
353 00 
212 00 
289 00 

31 00 
155 00 



Separate. 
23 00 
93 00 



35 00 



20 00 
20 00 



282 
12 


00 
00 


71 
49 

60 


00 
00 
00 


17 
36 


00 
00 


233 


00 




106 


00 


14 


00 






80 


00 


11 
190 


00 
00 




122 
24 


00 
00 


90 


00 




27 


00 




259 


00 




127 

75 


00 
00 


146 
73 


00 
00 





58 00 
79 00 
51 00 
98 00 
104 00 

17 00 



Whitby . 
Wiarton . 
Wingham 



Public. Separate. 

190 00 29 00 

131 00 

187 00 



34 00 



19 00 



Treasurer, School Board 
Village of— 

Acton 119 00 

Ailsa Craig 44 00 

Alvinston 53 00 

Arkona 32 00 

Arthur 42 00 

Athens 54 00 

Ayr 59 00 , 

Bancroft 41 00 

Bath 24 00 

Bayfield 33 00 

Beamsville 77 00 

Beaverton 78 00 

Beeton 44 00 

Bell River 38 00 

Bloomfield 39 00 

Blyth 50 00 

Bobcaygeon 75 00 

Bolton 55 00 

Bradford 71 00 

Brighton 97 00 

Brussels 69 00 

Burk's Falls 96 00 

Caledonia 93 00 

Cannington 68 00 

Cardinal 89 00 

Cayuga 65 00 

Chatsworth 22 00 

Chesterville 46 00 

Chippewa 71 00 

Clifford 37 00 

Cobden 55 00 

Colborne " 69 00 

Coldwater 47 00 

Courtwright 29 00 

Creemore 45 00 

Delhi 50 00 

Drayton 46 00 

Dundalk 54 00 

Dutton 64 00 

Eganville 47 00 

Elmira 164 00 

Elora 66 00 

Embro 36 00 

Erin 38 00 

Exeter 114 00 

Fenelon Falls 82 00 

Fergus 117 00 

Finch 30 00 

Flesherton 32 00 

Fort Erie 83 00 

Georgetown 125 00 

Glencoe 64 00 

Grand Valley ... 44 00 

Grimsby 141 00 

Hastings 40 00 

Havelock Ill 00 

Hensall 57 00 

Hepworth 33 00 

Holland Landing . 22 00 



38 00 



10 00 



11 00 



13 00 



76 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



-No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
General Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools. — Continued. 



Humberstone . . 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kemp tvi lie .... 
Killaloe Station 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Lion Head 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Madoc 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Maxville 

Merrickville ... 

Merritton 

Millbrook 

Milverton 

Morrisburg 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburg 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg . 
New Toronto . . 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Paisley 

Point Edward . . 
Port Carling . . . 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie . 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port McNichol . 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 
Portsmouth 



Public. Separate. 

92 00 

66 00 ........ 

36 00 

78 00 

11 00 23 00 

76 00 

49 00 

42 00 

25 00 

74 00 

48 00 

70 00 

84 00 

68 00 

72 00 

45 00 17 00 

54 00 

63 00 

155 00 

56 00 

68 00 

107 00 

36 00 

28 00 

34 00 

24 00 

45 00 

106 00 

108 00 

83 00 

58 00 

40 00 

44 00 

57 00- 

71 00 

23 00 

89 00 

78 00 26 00 
91 00 

100 00 

38 00 

79 00 

43 00 

34 00 18 00 



Port Stanley ... 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Rodney 

Shallow Lake . 

Shelburne 

South River . . 

Springfield 

Stirling 

Stouffville 

Streetsville 

Sundridge 

Sutton West . . 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Teeswater 

Thamesville . . . 

Thedford 

Tiverton 

Tottenham .... 

Tweed 

Thornloe 

Victoria Harbor 

Vienna 

Wardsville .... 
Waterdown 

Waterf ord 

Watford 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Winchester 

Woodbridge 

Woodville 

Wroxeter 

Wyoming 



Public. 
63 00 
32 00 
69 00 
47 00 
28 00 

77 00 

37 00 
31 00 
59 00 
76 00 

38 00 
35 00 
57 00 
47 00 
74 00 
63 00 
56 00 
43 00 

22 00 
42 00 
61 00 
10 00 

112 00 

23 00 
16 00 

53 00 

78 00 
84 00 

54 00 
35 00 
46 00 

79 00 
46 00 
35 00 
26 00 
40 00 



Separate. 



Contingencies- 
King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 3.50; printing 

and binding, 50.14 

McMaster, M. H. f postage 
stamps 



82 00 



24 00 



53 64 



75 01 



Urban Public and Separate Schools Unpaid General Grants for 1917 ($628.00) 



Treasurer, School Board, 

|- City of 

Public. Separate. 

Brantford 218 00 

Guelph , . 253 00 



Treasurer, School Board, 
Town of — 

Public. Separate. 

Amherstburg 91 00 

Cobourg 66 00 



Special Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools ($67,231.25) 



Treasurer, School Board, 
City of— 



Belleville . . 
Brantford . . 
Chatham . . . 
Fort William 
Gait 



Public. 


Separate. 


284 00 


59 84 


590 80 


97 92 


316 00 


81 60 


1,735 00 


652 80 


304 00 


21 76 



Public. Separate. 

Guelph 368 00 103 36 

Hamilton 2,879 60 549 44 

Kingston 468 00 136 00 

Kitchener 344 00 130 56 

London 1,446 00 364 48 

Niagara Falls ... 244 00 21 76 

Ottawa 1,970 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



77 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Special Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools.— Continued. 



Public. 

Peterborough 550 00 

Port Arthur 1,440 00 

St. Catharines ... 330 0Q 

St. Thomas 403 20 

Sarnia 347 00 

Sault Ste. Marie . 1,805 00 

Stratford ....... 392 00 

Toronto 11,576 00 

Welland 220 00 

Woodstock 256 00 

Windsor 606 00 



Treasurer, School Board, 
Town of— 

Alliston ......... 60 00 

Alexandria ...... 18 00 

Almonte 78 00 

Amherstburg 60 00 

Arnprior 138 00 

Aurora 66 00 

Aylmer 96 00 

Bala 31 25 

Barrie 282 00 

Blenheim 66 00 

Blind River 134 00 

Bonfield 31 25 

Bothwell 24 00 

Bowmanville 120 00 

Bracebridge 295 00 

Brampton 168 00 

Bridgeburg 63 00 

Brockville 321 00 

Bruce Mines 106 25 

Burlington 78 00 

Cache Bay 93 75 

Oampbellford 108 00 

Carleton Place ... 165 00 

Charlton 31 25 

Chesley 102 00 

Clinton 108 00 

Cobalt 540 00 

Cobourg 129 00 

Cochrane 130 00 

Collingwood 249 00 

Copper Cliff 384 50 

Cornwall 162 00 

Deseronto 66 00 

Dresden 66 00 

Dryden 156 25 

Dundas 174 00 

Dunnville 126 00 

Durham 66 00 

Bast View 60 00 

Englehart 87 50 

Essex 66 00 

Ford 42 00 

Forest 78 00 

Fort Frances 200 00 

Frood Mine 18 75 

Gananoque 118 20 

Goderich 

Gore Bay 137 50 

tGravenhurst 175 00 



261 


12 


438 


60 


97 


92 


65 


28 


97 


92 


550 


80 


76 


16 


1,724 


48 


32 


64 


266 


56 



146 


88 


48 


96 


122 


40 


106 


08 



65 28 



114 24 

68 00 

'4250 



57 12 

32 64 

126 48 



40 80 



43 52 



32 64 



Haileybury 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Hawkesbury 

Hespeler * 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois Falls . . . 

Kearney 

Keewatin 

Kenora 

Kincardine 

Kingsville 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

Little Current . . . 

Massey 

Matheson 

Mattawa 

Meaford 

Midland 

Milton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

New Liskeard . . . 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

North Bay 

Oakville 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Oshawa >. .\ 

Owen Sound 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound .... 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene . 
do P.S.S. 

Perth 

Petrolia 

Picton 

Port Colborne . . . 

Port Hope 

Powassan 

Prescott 

Preston 

Rainy River 

Renfrew 

Ridgetown 

Rockland 

Sandwich 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Smith's Falls 

Southampton 

Stayner 

St. Mary's 

Strathroy 



Public. 

295 00 

126 00 

54 00 

42 00 

108 00 

255 00 

180.00 

195 00 

62 50 

200 00 

580 00 

72 00 

90 00 

31 25 

144 00 

226 80 

108 00 

168 75 

108 75 

87 50 

37 50 

126 00 

273 00 

90 00 

129 00 

96 00 

60 00 

180 00 

255 00 

138 00 

42 00 

809 00 

98 40 

126 00 

336 00 

414 00 

510 00 

54 00 

133 80 

45 00 

520 00 

194 40 

84 00 

87 00 

96 00 

142 80 

108 00 

126 00 

180 00 

112 50 

78 00 

180 00 

293 75 

138 00 

72 00 

9 00 

78 00 

66 00 

138 00 

252 00 

72 00 

54 00 

126 00 

114 00 



Separate. 
"1632 



32 64 



97 92 

*34 00 
17000 



32 64 

40 80 
16 32 

584 80 
32 64 

57 12 
48 96 

66 28 

2448 
16 32 

179*52 



57 12 

16 32 

48 96 
106*08 

48 96 
32 64 

* 65 28 
32'64 



T8 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Special Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools.— Continued. 



Falls 



Sturgeon 

Sudbury 

Thessalon . . . 
Thornbury . . 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg . 
Timmins .... 

Trenton 

Trout Creek . 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 
W&Ikerton 
Walkerville 
Wallaceburg 
Waterloo .... 
Webb wood . . 

Weston 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Wingham . . . 



Public. 

130 00 

468 50 

225 00 

24 00 

102 00 

36 00 

126 00 

180 00 

168 00 

62 50 

66 00 

54 00 

84 00 

228 00 

120 00 

174 

100 

108 00 

90 00 

72 00 

84 00 



Separate. 



455 


60 




65 
16 


28 
.32 


81 60 
32 64 



00 
50 



Treasurer, School Board 
Village of— 

Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Alvinston 

Arkona 

Arthur 

Athens 



Ayr 

Bancroft . . . 

Bayfield 

Beamsville . 

Beeton 

Beaverton • • 
Bell River . 
Bloomfield . 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 

Bradford . . . 
Brighton . . . 

Brussels 

Burk's Falls 
Caledonia . . 
Cannington 
Cardinal . . . 

Cayuga 

Chatsworth 
Chesterville 
Chippewa . 

Clifford 

Cobden 

Colborne . . 
Coldwater . 
Courtwright 
Creemore . 

Delhi 

Drayton . . . 
Dundalk . . 

Dutton 

EganvlUe 



48 96 

65 28 
32 64 
57 12 
65 28 



16 32 
16 32 



93 00 

32 50 

52 50 

44 50 

52 50 81 60 

52 50 

60 00 

28 00 

20 00 

85 00 

26 25 

72 50 

54 40 

60 00 

50 00 

85 00 

78 50 

52 50 

85 00 

48 75 

206 25 

72 50 

60 00 

77 50 

72 50 

32 50 

52 50 54 40 

65 00 

60 00 

51 50 

65 00 

45 00 

40 00 

52 50 

37 50 

52 50 

57 75 

72 50 

72 50 108 S r f 



Elmira 

Elora 

Bmbro 

Erin 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls . . . 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fort Erie 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Grand Valley . . . 

Grimsby 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hensall 

Hepworth 

Holland Landing 
Humberstone .... 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kemptville 

Killaloe Station. . 
Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Lion's Head 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Madoc 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Maxville 

Merrickville 

Merritton 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milverton 

Morrisburg 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg 

New Toronto .... 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Paisley 

Point Edward . . . 

Port Carling 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie . . 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port McNichol . . . 



Public. Separate. 

132 50 

80 00 27 20 

40 00 

48 50 

92 50 

72 50 

60 00 43 52 

20 00 

32 50 

65 00 

132 50 

84 50 

57 50 

112 50 

32 50 27 20 

105 00 

60 00 

32 50 

20 00 

78 75 

89 50 

52 50 

80 00 

20 00 81 60 

100 00 

40 00 

80 00 

6 00 

20 00 

40 00 

68 75 

104 50 

72 50 

64 50 

72 50 27 20 

68 75 

37 50 

105 00 

52 00 

52 50 

65 00 

120 00 

18 75 

17 50 

40 00 

40 00 

40 00 

70 00 

135 25 

72 50 

92 50 

45 00 

40 00 

72 50 

72 50 

68 75 

1 18 75 

65 00 34 00 
100 00 

77 50 

100 00 

72 00 

52 50 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



79 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Special Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools.— Continued. 





Public. Separate. 




Public. 


Separate. 


Portsmouth 


22 


50 27 20 


Tottenham 


25 


00 




Port Stanley . . . 
Richmond 


92 


00 


Tweed 


92 


50 


153 60 


32 


50 


Victoria Harbor 


72 


50 




Richmond Hill . . 


100 


00 


Vienna 


40 


00 




Rodney 


52 
62 


50 

75 


Wardsville .... 
Waterdown 


20 
92 


00 
50 




Shelburne 




(Shallow Lake . . . 


52 


50 


Waterford 


60 


00 




South River 


87 


50 


Watford 


100 


00 




Springfield 


45 


00 


West Lome . . . 


57 


50 




Stirling 


65 


00 • 


Westport 


35 


00 


81 60 


Stouffville 


72 


50 


Wheatley 


72 


50 




Streetsville 


52 


50 


Winchester .... 


97 


50 




Sundridge 


93 


75 


Woodbridge . . . 


45 


00 




Sutton West . . . 


65 


00 


Woodville 


40 


00 




Tara 


52 
65 


00 

00 


Wroxeter - 

Wyoming 


40 
32 


00 
50 




Tavistock 




Teeswater 


40 


00 








_ 


Thamesville .... 


52 


50 


Contingencies- 








Thedford 


32 


50 


King's Printer 


distribution, 




Thornloe 


18 


75 


printing 






10 02 


Tiverton 


40 


00 











Urban Public and Separate Schools, unpaid Special Grants for 1917 ($226.80) 



Treasurer, School Board, 
City of— 

Public. Separate. 

Brantford 36 00 

Guelph '. . 50 40 



Treasurer, School Board, 
Town of— 

Public. Separate. 

Amherstburg 86 40 

Cobourg 54 00 



Supplementary Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools, Districts ($13,944.16) 



Treasurer, School Board, 




City of— 








Public. 


Separate. 


Fort William 


263 78 


113 16 


Port Arthur 


263 78 


113 16 


Sault Ste. Marie. . 


263 78 


113 16 



Treasurer, School Board, 
Town of— 

Bala 263 78 

Blind River 263 78 

Bonfijeld 263 78 

Bracebridge 263 78 

Bruce Mines 263 78 

Cache Bay 263 78 

Charlton 263 78 

Cobalt 263 78 

Cochrane 263 78 

Copper Cliff 263 78 

Dryden 263 78 

Englehart 263 78 

Fort Frances 263 78 

Frood Mine 263 78 

Gore Bay 263 78 

Gravenhurst 263 78 

Haileybury 263 78 

Huntsville 263 78 

Iroquois Falls ... 263 78 



113 15 

113 15 



113 15 



Public. 

Kearney 263 78 

Keewatin 263 78 

Kenora 263 78 

Latchford 263 78 

Little Current ... 263 78 

Massey 263 78 

Matheson 263 78 

Mattawa 263 78 

New Liskeard . . . 263 78 

North Bay 2-63 77 

Parry Sound 263 77 

Powassan 263 77 

Rainy River 263 77 

Sturgeon Falls . . . 263 77 

Sudbury 263 77 

Thessalon 263 77 

Timmins 263 77 

Trout Creek 263 77 

Webbwood 263 77 

Treasurer, School Board, 
Village of 

Burk's Falls 263 77 

Port Carling 263 77 

South River 263 77 

Sundridge 263 77 

Thornloe 263 77 



Separate. 
113 15 
113 15 
113 15 





113 


15 


113 
113 
113 


15 
15 
15 




113 


15 


113 


15 


113 


15 





80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 






General Grants, Rural Public and Separate * Schools, Districts ($150,707.64) 



Algoma— Trustees]Public 
School— 



1 Aberdeen 

2 do 

1 Aird Island . . . 
1 Bright and 

Bright addl... 

1 Bright and Glad- 
stone 

1 Chapleau 

1 Casgrain 

1 Cockburn Island 

3 Day and Bright 
1 Day and Glad- 
stone 

1 Fenwick 

2 do 

1 Fisher and Her- 

rick 

1 Franz 

1 Galbraith 

1 Gaudette and 

Hodgins 

1 Hilton 

3 do 

6 do 

1 Joselyn 

2 do 

4 do 

1 Johnson 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

1 Korah 

3 do 

4 do 

1 Laird 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

4 Laird and Mc- 
Donald 

2 Laird and Tar- 

butt 

3 Laird and Tar- 

butt 

2 Lefroy 

3 do 

4 do 

1 Lewis 

1 Long 

1 May 

1 McDonald 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

3 McDonald and 
Aberdeen adl. 
1 Michipicoten . . . 
3 do 

5 do 

6 do 



Grant. Equipment. 
240 00 18 00 

220 00 

187 50 14 21 



155 00 

168 00 
572 50 
90 00 
215 00 
112 50 

118 00 
185 00 
190 00 

140 00 
135 00 
190 00 

278 00 

205 00 

195 00 

230 00 

180 00 

220 00 

235 00 

200 00 

240 63 

195 00 

205 00 
220 00 

215 00 

215 00 

210 00 

110 00 

92 50 

117 50 

117 50 

105 00 

95 00 
180 00 
200 00 
205 00 
347 00 
255 00 

97 50 
405 00 
222 50 
255 00 
252 50 

100 00 
252 00 
215 00 

205 00 
210 00 



16 04 



21 98 



19 80 
23 00 



16 00 
21 00 



22 00 



16 00 
16 00 



20 00 
18 00 

22 00 

23 00 
22 00 



19 00 



24 00 

20 00 



20 00 
24 00 
18 00 
12 21 



28 00 
23 00 



16 00 
20 00 

15 00 



1 Mills and Day . 

3 do 

1 Parkinson and 

Gladstone 

2 Parkinson and 

Grasett 

1 Patton and Glad- 
stone 

1 Plummer 

1 Plummer addl.. 

2 do and Rose 
1 do do 

additional . . . 

4 Plummer addl.. 
1 Plummer and 

Lefroy, addl. . 
1 Prince 

1 St. Joseph 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

1 Sneddon 

2 do 

1 Spragge 

1 Tarbutt 

2 do 

2 Thessalon 

3 do 

4 do 

1 Thompson 

2 do 

1 Tarentorus .... 

2 do 

3 do 

1 Victoria 

2 do 

1 Wells 

3 do 

Algoma— Trustees 
R. C. S. S.— 
1 Kendall 



Grant. Equipment. 

132 00 

Ill 25 

200 00 

185 00 

165 00 18 12 

155 00 

210 00 20 00 

185 00 



105 00 
176 00 

105 00 
182 50 
330 00 
210 00 
210 00 
172 50 
215 00 
353 00 

195 00 
225 00 
165 00 

202 50 
220 00 
185 00 

196 00 
220 00 
250 00 
105 00 
210 00 
232 50 
206 60 

203 50 
120 00 
118 00 



141 78 



Kenora — Trustees Public 
f ^School— 

1 Eton & Aubrey 
1 Ignace 

1 Jaffray & Melick 

2 do do 
4 do do 

3 Machin 

1 Minaki 

1 Mutrie 

1 Pellatt 

2 do 

1 Redditt 

1 Sanford 

2 do 

1 Southworth and 

Hartman 

1 Southworth . . . 
1 Wabigoon 



109 50 
112 50 
120 00 



21 00 
20 00 

19 00 

17 00 

19 00 

20 00 

18 00 

21 00 
16 00 
32 33 



16 


39 


17 


00 


20 


00 


22 


00 


21 


00 





20 00 
17 00 

24 00 

25 84 
22 14 



102 50 

196 25 24 77 

16 50 19 22 

122 50 

21 00 

265 00 

137 50 

23 50 

115 00 

144 00 

311 75 

205 00 25 29 

208 00 20 34 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



SX 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts. — Continued. 



1 Wainwright 

1 Eton & Van Horn 

1 Zealand 

2 do 

Manitoulin— Trustees 
Public School— 

2 Allan 

3 do 

1 Assiginack 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

7 do 

1 Barrie Island . 

1 Billings and 

Allan 

2 Billings and 

Allan 

1 Burpee 

2 do 

3 do 

1 Campbell 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

1 Carnarvon 

2 do 

3 do 

6 do 

7 do 

1 Dawson 

2 do 

1 Gordon 

4 do 

5 do 

2 Hallam 

3 do 

1 Rowland 

2 do 

3 do 

'4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

7 do 

8 do 

1 John Island . . . 

5 Mav 

7 do 

1 Mills 

1 Nairn & Lome. 

1 Robinson 

1 Rutherford 

1 Salter 

3 do 

4 do 

1 Sandfield 

2 do 

4 do 

1 Tehkummah . . . 

3 do 

4 do 



Grant. Equipment. 

215 5a 

227 50 

186 00 

214 00 19 43 



199 00 
222 50 
176 00 
446 50 
150 00 
194 50 
190 00 
150 50 
232 50 
209 50 



243 50 



20 06 
20 05 
17 20 



16 14 



23 86 



205 00 

216 50 

220 00 

220 00 

227 50 

215 00 

247 50 

252 00 

207 00 23 30 

227 00 22 05 
77 50 20 31 

258 00 

190 00 

252 00 

170 00 

192 50 16 96 

196 50 20 37 

219 50 

95 00 20 71 

127 50 

265 00 

224 50 21 09 

224 50 

210 00 

228 50 

196 00 

223 75 

222 00 

247 50 

105 50 

108 00 

259 00 

98 50 18 57 

262 00 

107 00 17 53 

105 50 

92 50 21 21 

91 00 22 35 

230 00 

189 00 

207 00 

190 00 16 03 
199 00 16 56 

263 50 



Muskoka — Trustees 
Public School— 

2 Brunei \. . . . 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

7 do 

2 Cardwell 

4 do 

5 do 

1 Chaffey 

3 do 

5 do 

6 do 

7 do 

8 do 

9 do 

10 do 

1 Draper 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

8 do 

9 do 

2 Franklin 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

1 Freeman 

1 McLean 

5 do 

1 Macauley 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

7 do 

2 Medora 

4 do (1st sch.) 

4 do (2nd sch.) 

5 do 

7 do 

8 do 

9 do (1st sch.) 
9 do (2nd sch.) 

10 do 

11 do 

1 Monck 

2 do (1st sch.) 
2 do (2nd sch.) 
4 do 

6 do 

7 do 

8 do (1st sch.) 
8 do (2nd sch.) 

1 Morrison 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 



Grant. Equipment. 

235 00 

164 00 

192 00 

102 50 

232 50 22 65 

190 00 

167 00 

190 00 

210 00 

199 00 23 30 

234 50 

228 00 

234 50 

200 00 

230 50 

208 00 

239 50 17 80 

200 00 

237 50- 

200 00 

210 00 

175 50 

258 00 

191 50 

198 50 

202 50 19 95 

190 00 19 65 

200 00 

17 00 

175 00 18 20 

225 50 17 50 

290 00 23 55 

190 00 

179 50 

182 00 22 35 

180 00 

210 00 

148 50 

183 50 

247 50 

158 00 28 15 

142 50 14 00 
164 50 16 35 
118 00 20 30 

162 00 

185 00 22 20 

115 00 16 3a 

140 50 13 55 

134 50 15 90 

135 00 12 60 

185 50 

154 00 19 90 

143 00 21 00 

212 50 

175 00 

320 00 28 00 

110 00 19 15 

405 00 30 70 

205 00 

183 50 

212 00 

191 00 



82 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts.— Continued. 



5 Morrison 

2 Muskoka 

3 do 

5 do 

6 do (1st sen.) 

6 do (2nd sen.) 

1 Oakley 

2 do 

4 do 

2 Ridout 

3 do 

1 Ryde 

2 do 

3 do 

5 do 

TJ 5 do & Draper 

1 (Sinclair 

1 Stephenson .... 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

7 do 

8 do 

9 do 

10 do 

U 2 Stisted 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

7 do 

1 Watt 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do (1st sen.) 

5 do (2nd sen.) 

6 do 

7 do 

1 Wood 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 



Grant. Equipment. 

161 00 

95 50 

125 00 17 65 

170 00 

156 50 

199 50 

280 50 

217 00 

189 00 

175 00 16 65 

190 00 

188 50 

199 00 

160 00 

95 00 

76 00 

206 50 20 75 

172 00 

400 50 27 50 
120 00 19 35 

164 50 

224 00 

16 00 

175 00 

240 00 21 40 

218 00 

202 00 

230 00 

102 00 

230 00 

207 50 

265 00 

265 00 

173 00 20 20 

210 50 

190 50 24 00 
145 00 21 00 

165 50 17 10 
183 00 19 00 

192 50 

178 00 

210 50 

100 00 22 35 

196 00 

219 50 



3 Ferris 

4 do 

2 Field 

3 do 

1 H-ugel 

2 do 

3 Kirkpatrick 

1 Lyell 

2 do 

3 do 

1 Mattawan . 

2 Papineau . 

3 do 

4 Springer . . 
1 Temagami 

1 Widdifield . 
2 A do 
2B do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

7 do 

8 do 



Nipissing— Trustees 
R. C. S. S.— 

2 A Bonfield 

2 B do 

4 Bucke 

1 A Chisholm 

IB do 

2 B do 

2 do 

3 Ferris 

4 do 

1 Grant 

1 Papineau 

2 B do 

2 A do 

2 Springer 

5 do 

2 Widdifield 



Grant. Equipment. 

307 50 

320 00 

120 00 

252 50 

275 00 

230 00 

296 00 

205 00 

394 50 31 99 

107 50 

224 00 

245 00 

208 00 

120 00 

185 00 13 40 

237 50 

210 00 18 65 

205 00 18 65 

240 00 

382 50 

280 00 

262 50 

264 00 

315 00 



77 57 

77 58 
260 00 
307 00 

96 30 
284 32 
191 12 
113 68 
186 12 
322 35 
179 15 
196 65 

69 55 
195 08 

80 25 
193 62 



Nipissing — Trustees 
Public School — 

1 Airy 

2 do 

2 Bonfield 

3 do and Calvin 
5 Caldwell 

1 Calvin 

2 do 

4 do 

1 Cameron 

2 do 

1 Chisholm 

2 do 

4 do 

5 do 

1 A Ferris 

IB do 



207 00 

260 00 

247 00 

250 00 

135 00 12 10 

232 50 

235 00 

265 00 

223 00 

85 00 

186 75 28 68 

182 00 19 47 

225 00 

203 00 

185 50 16 00 

220 00 19 90 



Parry Sound — Trustees 
Public School— 

IT 1 Armour & Perry 



1 Armour . 

3 do 

4 do 

6 do 

7 do 

2 Bethune 

3 do 

1 Burpee and Fer- 
guson 

1 Burton 

U 1 Carling and Fer- 
guson 

2 Carling 

4 do 

8 do 



90 00 

90 00 

192 50 

200 00 

195 00 

212 50 

62 50 

95 50 

241 00 
293 50 

195 00 
235 00 
230 00 

230 00 



16 11 



28 47 



10 50 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



83 



EDUCATION.— Continued, 



General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts.— Continued. 



U 1 Chapman & Croft 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

1 Christie 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

1J5 Christie & Hum- 
phrey 

1 Croft 

2 do 

3 do 

1 Ferguson 

1 Ferrie and Mc- 

Kenzie 

2 Foley 

3 do 

4 do 

TJ 1 Gurd & Pringle. 

2 Gurd 

3 Gurd and Nipis- 

sing 

TJ 1 Hagerman and 
Croft 

2 Hagerman 

3 do 

5 do 

4 Hagerman, Fer- 

guson & Bur- 
pee 

Hardy 

N. Himsworth.. 

do & Ferris 

do 

do & Ferris 
S. Himsworth . 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Humphrey 

do (1st sch.) 



1 
1 
U3 
U4 
U4 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
9 
2 
1 
1 
6 
7 
U4 
1 
2 
3 
1 
2 



do (2nd sch.) 

do 

do 

do & Conger 

Joly 

do 

do 

Lount 

do 

U 1 McConkey a n d 
Wilson 

2 McConkey and 

Wilson 

U 4 McDougall and 

Ferguson .... 
U 2 McDougall and 

McKellar .... 

3 McDougall 



Grant. Equipment. 

415 00 40 93 

152 50 11 42 

195 00 12 56 

205 00 

190 00 

212 50 

207 50 

235 00 

230 00 

190 00 20 92 

276 50 

152 00 

222 50 

150 50 

220 00 19 28 

230 00 14 77 

210 00 

190 00 18 92 

180 00 

234 50 

255 00 21 26 

235 00 

115 00 

245 00 

140 00 

200 00 

105 00 

249 40 

874 00 

34 78 

311 00 ' 16 82 

237 50 

230 00 

205 00 

204 25 

237 50 

390 00 

85 00 21 98 

82 50 

180 00 19 94 

415 00 46 51 

276 00 

190 50 13 39 

97 50 

177 50 

192 38 

167 00 

398 50 28 30 

180 00 ........ 

195 00 

220 00 

212 50 13 47 



5 McDougall 

6 do 

1 McKellar 

3 do 

'4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

1 McKenzie 

U 1 McMurrich and 
Ryerson 

U2 McMurrich and 
Ryerson 

3 McMurrich .... 

4 do 

5^ do 

3* Machar 

4 do 

5 do 

7 do 

1 Mills ...* 

2 Mills & Pringle 

1 Monteith 

2 do 

3 do 

1 Mowat 

1 Xipissing 

3 do 

5 do 

U 1 Patterson and 
Pringle 

V 1 Perry and Mc- 
Murrich 

U 3 Perry and Mc- 
Murrich 

7 Perry and Mc- 

Murrich 

2 Perry 

5 do 

6 do 

8 do 

U3 Pringle & Gurd 

1 Proudfoot 

1 Ryerson 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

2 Ryerson & Mc- 

Murrich 

1 Spence 

2 do 

4 do 

1 Strong 

2 do 

3 do 

5 do 

1 Wallbridge 

2 do 



Grant. Equipment. 

230 00 

97 50 

455 00 

235 00 

220 00 

211 50 

220 00 

135 00 

418 50 34 03 

230 00 

85 00 19 10 

210 00 

195 00 

92 00 

240 00 

212 75 

205 00 

195 00 15 79 

200 00 

127 50 

190 00 

117 50 

262 50 .' 

415 00 26 89 

161 00 

213 50 16- 40 

235 00 * 

162 00 

242 50 

117 50 

220 00 

220 00 

200 00 

237 50 16 23 

249 87 

95 00 

180 00 18 59 

220 00 

187 50 24 92 

195 00 

23 50 

185 00 16 39 

157 50 

235 00 

126 00 

268 00 

207 50 19 17 

202 50 

214 00 

695 00 36 15 

440 00 20 60 



Parry Sound— Trustees 

R. C. S. S. 

2 Xipissing 240 73 



84 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts.— Continued. 



Rainy River— Trustees 
Public School— 



1 Atikokan 200 00 

1 Atwood 304 00 

1 Aylesworth 192 00 

. . 1 Banning 12 00 

3 Blue 209 50 

4 do 213 00 

1 Burriss 224 50 

2 do 242 50 

1 Carpenter 204 50 

2 do 209 50 

3 do -175 00 

1 Chapleau 542 50 

2 Crozier . . .' 188 00 

3 do 135 00 

1 tfevlin 224 50 

2 do 229 50 

3 do 225 00 

6 Dilke 182 50 

2 Dobie 203 00 

4 do 214 00 

1 Dorion 20 00 

2 do 72 50 

1 Franz 115 00 

1 Hornepayne ... 177 00 

1 Jack Pish 131 50 

1 Kingsford 200 00 

5 Lash 656 00 

10 do 226 50 

3 Mather 225 50 

8 do 217 50 

9 , do 180 00 

1 McCrossen - 87 75 

1 Mclrvine 210 00 

1 Morley 282 00 

7 do 207 50 

8 do & Pattullo 175 00 

9 do 170 00 

1 Nepigon 201 50 

1 Nicholson 109 50 

1 Port Caldwell . 127 50 

1 Roddick 162 50 

1 Rossport 115 00 

1 Schreiber ...... 682 50 

1 Shenston 162 50 

5 do 221 00 

1 Sifton 70 00 

2 do & Richard- 

son 25 00 

1 Spohn 207 50 

2 do 85 00 

6 Tait 133 00 

7 do 170 00 

1 White River . . 222 50 

1 Woodyatt 225 00 

1 Worthington ... 234 50 

2 do .... 247 50 



Rainy River— Trustees 
R. C. S S.— 

6 Dilke 201 83 

1 Morley 200 39 

8 do 170 78 



Grant. Equipment. 



16 67 
18 66 
21 66 



16 


6? 


20 


67 


16 


15 


20 


15 


17 


68 


37 


79 


17 


66 


15 


17 


22 


68 


21 


16 


20 


16 


16 


67 


20 


66 


15 


89 


18 


00 


*39 


16 


22 


17 


21 


17 


21 


17 


24 


66 


18 


00 


17 


67 


27 


70 




19 


67 


15 


00 


40 


16 


18 


66 


20 


67 


10 


50 


14 


17 


18 


67 


25 


66 


22 


17 


17 


16 









Sudbury — Trustees 
Public School— 

3 Balfour . 

5 do & Creigh- 
ton 

1 Baldwin & Mer- 

ritt 

2 do 

1 Biscotasing .... 

U2 Blezard and 

Hanmer 

1 Broder and Dill 

2 Broder 

3 do 

3 Capreol 

1 Cartier 

1 Casimir 

1 Casimir & Jen- 
nings 

1 Creighton and 
Snider 

1 Denison 

2 do & Drury 

3 do 

7 do 

6 do & Louise 
1 Dowling, Creigh- 
ton and Fair- 
banks 

1 Drury 

4 do 

1 Dryden 

1 Dunnet 

2 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

1 Foley et 

2 Garson 

3 do 

5 Graham .% . 

8 do 

1 Hagar 

2 Hallam 

3 do 

2 Hanmer 

1 Hutton 

2 do 

1 Levack & Dowl- 
ing 

U 2 Louise & Lome 
5 McKim 

4 do 

1 Martland 

2 do 

2 Mattawan 

5 May 

3 do 

1 Nairn 

1 Neelon 

2 do 

3 Bayside 

1 Salter 

3 do 

4 do 



Grant. Equipment. 
260 00 

382 50 

345 00 26 97 

121 50 

315 00 

252 50 

382 50 

228 00 

270 50 ........ 

207 00 9 10' 

225 00 19 90 

202 50 

67 50 

930 00 36 20 

260 00 

440 00 30 30 

440 00 29 75 
445 00 34 85 

255 00 

262 50 

150 00 

150 00 

210 00 17 30 

230 00 15 35 

103 00 

197 50 

315 00 

167 50 

243 00 

105 00 

441 00 24 45 
218 00 

256 50 

235 00 16 65 

95 00 

127 50 

190 00 

210 00 19 90 

250 00 

417 00 25 75 

88 00 

187 50 14 70 

175 00 

80 00 

268 00 

119 00 

117 50 

107 50 

110 00 

265 00 

450 00 32 25 

87 50 

107 50 

92 GO 

92 no ... 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



85 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts.— Continued. 



1 Shakespea 
1 Waters . 


re ... 


Grant. Eq 
203 00 
230 00 
262 50 

101 65 
134 55 

72 22 
196 65 
917 47 
104 32 
402 80 

69 55 
128 40 
233 23 
125 73 
915 80 
921 32 

es 

117 50 
220 00 

14 00 
120 25 
160 00 

92 50 

102 50 
110 00 
102 50 . 
169 50 , 
200 00 
293 50 . 
150 50 . 
275 00 . 
102 50 . 

127 50 . 
142 50 . 
178 75 . 
100 00 . 
110 00 . 
102 50 . 

90 00 . 
102 50 . 
120 00 . 
110 00 . 

80 00 
108 00 
100 50 

92 50 
100 50 

92 70 
108 50 
168 00 . 
130 00 . 
205 00 
220 00 
102 50 . 

" 97 50 
193 80 . 

128 00 


uipment. 


3 
4 
1 

2 
2 
3 
4 
5 
1 
2 
3 
3 
4 
5 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 

Tht 

3 

Ten 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 

4A 
4 

4B 
5 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 

3A 

3B 
2 
3 
2 
3 
4 
2 
3 
4 
5 
1 


O'Connor , 
do 




Grant. Eqx 

238 50 

98 50 

202 50 

219 00 
201 50 

96 50 
166 00 
100 00 
201 00 
215 00 
139 00 
102 50 

220 00 
146 50 

137 50 . 

115 00 . 
170 00 . 
115 00 . 
680 00 . 
226 00 . 
120 00 . 
280 50 . 
257 50 . 
225 00 . 

es 

69 55 . 
192 18 . 

235 75 . 
220 50 . 
141 14 . 
112 50 . 
77 50 . 
217 92 . 

186 75 . 
21 50 . 

229 75 . 
462 50 . 
591 82 . 
105 00 . 
246 42 . 
225 50 . 
100 00 . 
65 00 . 

187 50 . 
269 00 . 
234 75 . 
737 23 . 
234 50 . 
250 83 . 
166 50 . 
252 50 . 
254 26 . 
225 00 . 
232 22 . 
238 26 . 
244 70 . 
268 25 . 
249 05 . 


lipment. 
17 49 


U 


1 40 




18 32 


2 do 


Oliver . . . 
do (1st 
do (2nd 
do 


sch.) 
sch.) 


24 99 


Sudbury— Tru 

R. C. S. S 


istees 






24 77 
24 77 
22 89 


2 Appleby . 

1 Bigwood 

2 Blezard 


do 




23 94 






do 










Paipoonge 

do 

do (1st 

do (2nd 

do 

do 
Pearson, £ 

and Gilli 
Port Caldv 
Raith .... 
Rossport . 
Schreiber 
Scobie ... 
Wabigoon 

Ware 

do 




22 03 










24 09 


1 Chapleau 
1 Cosby . . . 
1 Dunnet' 






sch.) 
sch.) 


20 98 






16 74 






25 44 


2 do 










16 74 


1 Foleyet . 

2 Hagar . . , 








>cobie 
s ... 
rell . 










2 Mason & ( 


Crosby 
-Truste 

lOOl— 

; sch.) 
sch.) 








1 Merritt . . 








2 Neelon . . 








Thunder Bay- 
Public Sell 

2 Aubrey . . 
1 Blake (1st 








17 94 
13 37 




1 do (2nd 
1 Conmee . 


White Riv. 

inder Bay— 
R. C. S. S. 

Grant 

Mclntyre . 

niskaming ' 
Public Sch 

Armstrong 

do 
Baxter . . . 
Beatty 

Benoit 

Bond 

Brethour . 
Bryce 

Bucke 

do 


er . . 
Trustet 

IYustee 
ool— 




2 do 


18 
16 


05 
22 




1 Crooks . . 
1 Dorien 






2 do 


23 


64 




1 Eton Aubr 


•ey . . 




1 Gillies . .. 








2 do 


18 


20 




3 do 






1 Gorham & 


Ware 
do 








2 do 










Hornpayne 








1 Jack Fish 








2 do 

1 Lybster . . 








1 Mclntyre , 


sch.) 
sch.) 
sch.) 
sch.) 

and 

sch.) 
sch.) 
sch.) . 
sch.) 








2 do (1st 








2 do (2nd 








3 do (1st 


do 






3 do (2nd 






do 






4 do 






do 






5 do 






Cane 

Casey 

Casgrain . 
Chamberlai: 

do 

do 
Coleman . . 

do 






1 Mclntyre 
Gorham 


16 
18 
14 
17 
16 
22 
19 


82 
47 
42 
12 
52 
89 
82 




2 do (1st 

2 do (2nd 

3 do (1st 
3 do (2nd 


n . .. 




4 do 






5 do 








1 Marks 




do 






1 Minaki . . . 






Dack 

do 






1 Neeblng(ls 


tsch.) 
sch.) 


24 05 
20 83 




1 do (2nd 


do 






1 Nipigon . . 


Dymond . . 
do 
do 
do 

Evanturel 






Nicholson's 


Sid- 


17 19 
21*99 




ing 






1 O'Connor . 






2 do 









8G 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts.— Continued. 





Or ant. Equipment. 








Grant. Equipment. 


2 Evanturel 


251 10 

169 50 

243 30 


1 

1 
2 


O'Brien . . 




90 00 


2 Firstbrook 


Playfair . . 
Robillard 




323 50 ... 


1 Harlev 




242 50 .... 


4 do 


252 50 

195 00 

105 00 


3 

1 
3 

1 


do 
Savard . . . 




203 14 


5 do 




228 69 


1 Harris and Dy- 


do 




241 75 


mond 


Taylor . . . 




238 00 


1 Harris 


152 25 


1 


Teck 




210 79 


2 do 


237 44 

324 50 


2 
1 A 


do 




378 75 


1 Henwood 


Tisdale 


an d 




1 Hilliard 


222 23 




Whitney 




519 00 


2 do 


220 51 


IB 


Tisdale 


and 




3 do & Hanley.. 


85 00 




Whitney . 




243 44 


Hudson Consoli- 


231 25 

270 00 


2 A 

2B 

1 


do 
do 




706 15 


dated 




231 17 


1 Ingram . ' 


Way 




117 00 


2 do 


193 50 


1 


Whitney . 




243 01 


1 James 


462 25 










1 Kendry 

1 Kerns 


215 75 

227 95 


Temiskaming- 


-Trustees 


2 Kerns and Arm- 
strong 

2 do 


112 50 

139 07 .... 


4 
3 


Bucke 
Casey 




278 20 

82 93 


3 do Henwood . 


. 105 00 


1 


Fauquier . 




77 58 


3 do 


131 71 










4 do 


150 00 


Contingencies- 






1 Marter 


201 00 


King's Prin 


ter, distribution, 


1 McCart 


102 50 




paper, 


6.47; 


stationery, 


Montreal River. 


240 80 




65.52; printing 


and bind- 


1 Nicol 


100 50 




ing, 124.91 




196 90 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools ($36,703.03) 



Public Schools- 
Treasurer, County of 

Bruce 

Essex 

Frontenac 2, 

Haliburton 2, 

Hastings 2, 

Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lennox and Addington 1, 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Ontario 

Peterborough 3, 

Prescott and Russell 

Renfrew 2, 

Simcoe 

Victoria 3, 

Separate Schools- 
Treasurer, County of— 

Carleton 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Grey 

Hastings 

Huron 

Lanark? 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lennox and Addington 



452 


50 


275 


00 


,357 


00 


,000 


00 


,730 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


104 


00 


200 


00 


90 


00 


110 


00 


,835 


00 


120 


00 


,505 


00 


350 


00 


,100 


00 


135 


00 


100 


00 


300 


00 


300 


00 


275 


00 


300 


00 


340 


00 


140 


00 


50 


00 



Northumberland and Durham 

Renfrew 

.Simcoe 

Algoma — Trustees 
Public School— 

1 A wares 

Bruce Mines, Town of .... 

1 Michipicoten 

4 Plummer 

2 Shedden 



Kenora — Trustees 
Public School— 

1 Melgund 

1 Pellatt 



Manitoulin — Trustees 
Public School— 

3 Allan 

4 Assiginack 



1 Campbell 

2 do 

7 Carnarvon 

2 Dawson 

5 Gordon and Allan 

6 Howland 

7 do 

2 Sand-field 

4 do 



245 00 

1,465 00 

50 00 



80 00 
200 00 
150 00 
300 00 

50 00 



25 00 
25 00 



50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

200 00 

100 00 

100 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



87 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Assisted Public and Separate Schools.— Continued. 



1 Spragge 

1 St. Joseph . 
4 Tehkummah 



Muskoka— Trustees 
Public School— 

7 Brunei 

2 Cardwell 

4 do 

5 do 

3 Chaffey 

7 do 

8 do 

9 do 

1 Draper 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

8 do 

5 McLean 

1 Macaulay 

2 do 

4 do 

6 do 

7 do 

3 Medora 

4 do 

7 do 

9 do 

11 do 

2 Monck 

4 do 

7 do 

1 Morrison 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

5 Muskoka 

6 do 

1 Oakley 

4 do 

'1 Ryde 

5 do 

2 Stevenson 

4 do 

8 do 

10 do 

U2 Stisted 

2 do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

1 Watt 

2 do 

3 do 
5 do 
S do 
7 do 

1 Wood 

3 do 

4 do 



150 00 

200 00 

50 00 



35 00 
20 00 
40 00 
20 00 
35 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
40 00 
35 00 
25 00 
40 00 
30 00 
50 00 
25 00 
35 00 

100 00 
60 00 
50 00 
25 00 
90 00 

140 00 
50 00 
60 00 
70 00 

140 00 
75 00 
30 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
25 00 

140 00 
70 00 
5« 00 
70 00 
50 00 

170 00 
40 00 
30 00 
70 00 
50 00 
30 00 
30 00 
50 00 
30 00 
70 00 
40 00 
80 00 
40 00 
40 00 

100 00 
30 00 
90 00 
40 00 
50 00 
40 00 



INipissing — Trustees 
Public School— 



2 Airy . . . 
1 Cameron 



Chisholm . 

Bonfield . . . 

Field 

Hugel 

Kirkpatrick 

Lyell 

Mattawan . 

Papineau . . 
do 
3 Widdineld . 
7 do 



Parry Sound — Trustees 
Public School— 

7 Armour 

1 Blair 

1 Burpee and Ferguson .... 

1 Burton 

4 Carling 

4 Christie 

2 Croft 

3 do 

1 Ferguson 

4 Foley 

2 Hagerman 

3 do 

4 do Burpee and Fer- 

guson 

Ul Himsworth 

2 do 

2 Humphreys 

1 Lount 

3 McKellar 

5 do 

6 do 

3 McMurrich 

4 do 

Ul McMurrich and Ryerson.. 
U2 do do 

2 Monteith 

1 Nipissing 

5 Perry 

U3 Perry and McMurrich 

U7 do do 

4 Spence 



Parry Sound — Trustees 
R. C. S. S.— 

Kearney. Town of . . . 



Rainy River— Trustees 
Public School— 

2 Kingsford 

1 Nelles 



50 00 
50 00 
25 00 
200 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
40 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



35 00 
200 00 
25 00 
50 00 
75 00 
40 00 
25 
25 



00 
00 
30 00 
25 00 



25 
25 



Rainy River— Trustees 
R. C. S. S.— 

6 Dilke 

1 Morley 



25 00 

400 00 
25 00 
35 00 

100 00 
30 00 
35 00 
25 00 

250 00 
75 00 
75 00 
35 00 
25 00 

400 00 
35 00 
25 00 
40 00, 
40 00 



100 00 



150 00 
100 00 



100 00 
100 00 



88 



PUBLIC ACCOUNT,* 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools.— Continued. 



Renfrew— Trustees 

R. C. S. S.— 

Killaloe. Village of 

Sudbury— Trustees 
Public School— 



2 Broder 

3 do 

1 Dowling. Creighton 

Fairbanks 

Foleyet 

Graham 

Hallam 

Louise and Lome . . 
Martland 

1 Sweeney 

2 Waters 



and 



Sudbury— Trustees 
R. C. S. S.— 

1 Burwash 

2 Hagar 

- 1 Merritt 



100 00 



50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
200 00 
50 00 



150 00 
200 00 
450 00 



Temiskaming — Trustees 
Public School— 

1 Beatty 



1 Benoit 



Clute 



1 Blount, Glackmeyer, 

and Leitch 

1 Bond 

1 Brower and Fox 

2 Clergue 

2 Clute and Calder 

1 Currie, Taylor, Bowman 

and Carr 

2 Firstbrook 

1 Matheson and Hoyle 



1 McCart and Calvert 

Thunder Bay— Trustees 
Public School— 

3 Oliver 

1 Strange 



Contingencies- 
King's Printer, distribution, 

printing 

McMaster, M. H.. postage 

stamps 



300 00 
250 00 

250 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
300 00 

500 00 
350 00 
200 00 
300 00 



25 00 
150 00 



14 53 
100 00 



Special Grants to Schools at James Bay ($500.00) 

Bishop of Moosonee, His Lordship the. grant 



500 00 



Special Grant to Ragged Rapids School ($100.00) 



Day, Isaac, grant 



100 00 



Special Grant to School at Kapuskasing Camp ($100.00) 

Treasurer School Board, Kapuskasing Camp 



100 00 



948 50 



Special Grants to District Schools, for the rebuilding of school buildings destroyed 

by fire, purchase of equipment; for building material, workmen's 

wages, teachers' salaries and contingencies ($18,731.96) 

Moyer, E. N., Co., blackboards 
and mouMing 

Ryves, T. G., services as clerk 
of works at 6.00 per diem, 
216.00, at 5.00 per diem, 30.00; 
trav. expenses, 6.60 

T. & N. O. Ry., freight charges 

Walbourn & Davidson, window 
shades 

Wallace, Robt., & Son, on ac- 
count contract, Hudson Con- 
solidated School 11,569 23 

Works at Mimico, brick 171 25 



Clergue, Trustees P. S. 1, grant 

Cochrane Hardware Co., con- 
tract for heating Hudson 
Consolidated School 

Doughty, Robt., services team- 
ing, etc., at 5.00 per diem 

Elstone, A., livery hire 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., office 
furniture 

Jeffrey & Stevens, contract, 
school building, Township of 
Carr 3,408 00 

Johnston, D., livery hire 15 75 

Matheson, Trustees P. S., grant 900 00 



720 00 

104 00 
40 50 

304 75 



98 26 



252 60 
140 12 

59 00 



Military Instruction Public and Separate Schools Cadet Corps ($4,258.78) 

Treasurer Public School Board— Blenheim 50 00 

Belleville: Brantford 50 00 

Queen Alexandra 50 00 Carleton Place 50 00 

Queen Victoria 50 00 



1917-18 



, PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



89 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Military Instruction Public and Separate Schools Cadet Corps.— Continued. 



Chatham : 

Central 

McKeough 

Dundas 

Fort William: 

Central 

Ogden Street 

Francis Street . . . 

Franklin 

Guelph: 

Central 

King Edward 

Hamilton : 

Gibson 

Adelaide Hoodless 

Earl Kitchener . . 

King George 

Queen Mary 

Queen Victoria . . . 

Ryerson 

Stinson Street 

tStrathcona 

Victoria Avenue . . 

Wentworth Avenue 

Harriston 

Lakefield 

Niagara Falls ...... 

North Bay 

Paris 

Port Arthur: 

Central 

North Ward 

Prospect 

South Ward 

Stratford 

St. Thomas 

Sturgeon Falls 

Toronto: 

Alexander Muir . . 

Annette Street 

Bolton Avenue 

Brown 

Carleton , 

Church Street 

' Clinton Street 

Deer Park 

Dewson Street 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



Dovercourt Road . . 

Dufferin Street 

Duke of Connaught 

Earlscourt 

Fern Avenue 

Franklin 

Gi vens Street 

Grace Street 

Howard 

Huron Street 

John Fisher 

Keele Street 

Kent 

Kew Beach 

Kimberley Avenue . 

King Edward 

Jesse Ketchum .... 

Lansdowne 

McCaul Street 

McMurrich 

Manning Avenue . . 

Niagara Street 

Norway 

Ogden 

Palmerston Avenue 

Pape Avenue 

Parkdale 

Perth Avenue 

Queen Victoria 

Regal Road 

Ryerson 

Wellesley Street . . 
Williamson Road . 
Winchester Street . 
Withrow Avenue . . 
Western, Avenue . . . 



Treasurer R. C. S. S.— 
Kingston: 

St. Mary's 

Toronto : 

De La Salle Institute 



Contingencies- 
King's Printer, distribution, 
printing, 5.66 ; stationery, 
3.12 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



50 00 
100 00 



8 78' 



Kindergarten Schools ($7,408.34) 



Treasurer, Public SchoollBoard, 
City of— 

Brantford 264 00 

Chatham 204 00 

Fort William 84 00 

Gait 90 00 

Guelph 60 00 

Hamilton 693 00 

Kingston 120 00 

Kitchener 153 00 

London 697 00 

Ottawa 594 00 

Peterborough 138 00 

Port Arthur 120 00 

Sault Ste. Marie 150 00 

St. Catharines 144 00 



Stratford .. ... 43 20 

St. Thomas 114 00 

Toronto 2,694 00 



Town of— 

Aylmer 

Barrie 

Cobourg 
Collingwood 
Goderich . . . 
Hespeler 
Ingersoll . . . 
North Bay . 
Owen Sound 
Pembroke . . . 
Picton 



52 00 
104 00 
64 00 
40 00 
20 00 
32 00 
80 00 
48 00 
96 00 
80 00 
40 00 



90 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Kindergarten Schools.— Continued. 

Preston 40 00 Contingencies— 

Simcoe 40 00 printing 

Waterloo 40 00 AT^raet^ * ™" 

Walkerville 38 00 MC £'f M ' 

Welland 60 00 stamps 

Wingham 32 00 



distribution, 



H., postage 



50 14 



50 00 



Night Schools ($1,111.95) 

Treasurer, Board of Education— Contingencies- 
Hamilton 71 50 King's Printer, 

Toronto 670 50 printing 

Trustees, R. C. S. S— 

Hamilton 187 64 

Oshawa 132 17 



distribution, 



50 14 



Consolidated Schools, Districts ($1,000.00) 

Treasurer Hudson Consolidated School Board, grant 



1,000 00 



Macdonald Consolidated School, Guelph ($800.00) 

Treasurer Macdonald Consolidated School, grant 



800 00 



Instruction in Industrial Arts and Household Science ($469.80) 



Trustees P. S. Board- 

8 Etobicoke 

5 Gwillimbury .... 

7 Hallowell 

Listowel 

28A York 

28B do 



Grants. 



Services as Instructors- 
Graham, Ida, Household Sci- 
ence 



15 72 
75 00 
63 58 
30 00 
27 60 
22 90" 



40 00 



Hawkins, E. T., Industrial Art 
Nattress, Eva, Household Sci- 
ence 

Rutherford, M. A., Household 
Science 



Contingencies— 

McMaster, M. 
stamps . . . . 



H., postage 



40 00 
40 00 
40 00 

75 00 



Continuation Schools ($69,376.29) 



Treasurer, Public School Board, 
County of — 

Bruce : 
10 Huron 



Carleton : 
5 Pitzroy 
do 
Gloucester . 

Huntley 

Nepean 

do 
N. Gower . . 
do 

3 Marlborough 
11 Osgoode 

15 do 

18 do 
Dundas : 
1 Mountain . . . 



11 
5 
3 
2 
10 
U3 
6 



542 51 



255 


00 


365 


20 


235 


50 


497 


75 


270 


95 


222 


90 


447 


50 


493 


50 


314 


75 


462 


95 


475 


25 


208 


4-0 



468 15 



Elgin : 

2 Bayham 513 13 

12 Southwold 504 09 

11 S. Dorchester 559 07 

Essex : 

9 S. Colchester 456 75 

4 Tilbury West 439 16 

Frontenac : 

4 Wolfe Island 207 65 

Hastings: 

11 Sydney 473 95 

Kent: 

6 Orford 532 70 

U 5 Raleigh 454 85 

Lanark : 

4 Pakenham 517 15 

Leeds and Grenville: 

17 Augusta 472 70 

15 Edwardsburgh 451 95 

9 Leeds & Lansdowne front 286 35 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



91 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Continuation Schools.— Continued. 



Lennox and Addington: 

13 Ernestown 

Middlesex: 

15 Caradoc 

U 16 Caradoc 

2 Delaware 

Northumberland : 

12 Clark 

2 Percy 

Ontario : 

15 Pickering 

Oxford : 

11 Blenheim 

U 21 do 

24 do 
Peterborough : 

4 Ennismore 

Preseott and Russell: 

2 Russell 

3 Cumberland 

Renfrew : 

2 Westmeath 

Simcoe: 

5 Essa 

5 Floss 

Well and: 

11 Bertie 

Wentworth : 

1 Saltfleet 

York: 

13 E. Gwillimbury 

14 Scarboro 



Milton 



District of Manitoulin- 

2 Assiginack .... 



District of Temiskaming- 

U 1A. Tisdale 



483 65 

144 63 

496 02 
261 30 

482 35 
538 15 

472 40 

362 21 

355 05 
499 55 

492 05 

477 95 
352 45 

272 25 

491 52 
494 51 

519 94 

268 25 



274 85 



472 00 



532 50 



531 01 
10 



Treasurer, Continuation School 
Board— 

St. George 5M2 42 

Thorndale 521 66 

Beeton 418 27 

Chapleau 1.052 00 



Public School Board, Town of- 

Blenheim 

Blind River 

Bothwell 

Bracebridge 

Bruce Mines 

Burlington 

Cochrane 

Dresden 

Dryden 

Fort Frances 

Gore Bay 

Hanover 

Huntsville 

Keewatin 

Little Current 

Massey 



548 43 

901 70 

452 57 

1,186 94 



1.032 00 
542 04 
454 20 
553 75 
525 60 

1,106 20 
974 00 
561 17 

1,145 60 

1,091 60 
532 60 
514 00 



New Liskeard 1,059 

Palmerston 550 41 

Powassan 532 80 

Southampton 532 41 

Sturgeon Falls 566 30 

Thessalon 1,050 80 

Thornbury 528 88 

Tilbury 467 87 

Webbwood 535 00 



Public School Board, Village of- 

Acton 

Alvinston 

Arkona 

Ayr 

Bancroft 

Bath 

Beaverton 

Blyth 

Bridgeburg 

Brussels 

Burk's Falls 

Cannington 

Cardinal 

Coldwater 

Clifford 

Creemore : 

Delhi 

Drayton 

F^anville 

Elmira 

Erin 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Finch 

Grand Valley 

Havelock 

Jarvis 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lucknow 

Maxville . 

Merrickville 

Millbrook 

New Hamburg 

New Toronto 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Paisley 

Port Colborne 

Richmond 

Rodney 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stella 

Stouffville 

Sutton 

Tamworth 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Teeswater 

Thamesville 

Tottenham 



00 
60 
10 
92 



528 28 
540 93 
243 14 
515 27 
506 55 
453 
544 
357 
544 
538 15 
1,123 80 
515 00 
463 55 
515 39 

524 25 
465 72 
266 87 
5P9 39 
522 90 
556 67 
369 97 
426 34 
540 90 
543 25 
514 45 

525 50 
274 88 
542 85 
468 95 
542 75 
498 50 
458 10 
473 90 
546 92 
263 85 
520 33 
507 87 
539 45 
562 94 
243 65 
535 37 
551 93 
504 75 
379 75 
468 40 
492 00 
502 45 
479 73 
542 84 
474 25 
528 69 
504 88 



92 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Continuation Schools.— Continued. 



West Lome 
Westport . . 
Wroxeter . . 



Trustees, R. C. S. S., 
Village of— 

Eganville 

Westport 



538 59 
380 00 
464 28 



458 65 
314 10 



Contingencies — 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 6.85; stationery, 
8.61; printing and binding, 
225.37 



240 83 



Unpaid Grants, 1917 ($678.35) 

Treasurer, Continuation School Treasurer, Public School Board, 

County of— 



Board- 



Richard's Landing 437 20 



York: 
14 King 



241 15 



Grant to Bancroft Public School Board ($1,000.00) 

Treasurer, P. S. Board, grant t 1,000 00 



Fifth Classes 



Treasurer, County of — 

Brant 

Bruce 

Elgin 

Grey 

Haliburton 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Northumberland and Durham 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Perth 

Prescott and Russell 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 



garry . . 
Victoria . 
Waterloo . 
Welland . 
Wellington 
Wentworth 
York 



Treasurer, Public School 
Board, Town of— 

Cache Bay 

Hespeler 

Kingsville 

Kearney 

Rainy River 

Trout Creek 



Village of— 

Bayfield . . . 

Bolton 

Courtwright 

Embro 

Hensall . . . 
L'Orignal . 
Marmora . . 
Mil vert on . 



152 70 
139 32 
300 19 

190 36 
79 63 

1,096 52 

85 72 

353 93 

302 41 

48 52 

153 39 
387 57 
277 58 

87 48 
366 27 
188 20 
280 96 

363 84 

203 04 

95 32 

191 95 
230 90 
488 43 
244 36 



230 40 
165 06 
201 54 
240 74 
379 50 
240 46 



145 27 
169 46 
122 40 

31 32 
166 25 

62 94 
149 47 
174 02 



($15,873.35) 

Mimico 

Port Credit 

South River . . . 

Sundridge 

Tiverton 

Wheatley 

Victoria Harbor 
Woodbridge . . . 



Trustees, Public School Section, 
District of— 

Algoma: 

1 Aberdeen 

2 Denison and Drury 

1 Laird 

1 Macdonald 

1 St. Joseph 

Parry Sound : 

U 1 Chapman and Croft 

7 Humphreys 

Ul McConkey and Wilson . 

1 McKellar 

U 1 McMurrich and Ryerson 

1 Nipissing 

4 N. Himsworth and Ferris 
Sudbury : 

1 Wallbridge 

Thunder Bay: 

1 Schreiber . . < 

5 Lash 

Treasurer, County of, for Sep- 
arate Schools- 
Essex 

Huron '. 

Perth 

Renfrew 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry 

Town of— *v 
Mattawa 



Village of- 

Killaloe 



188 33 
163 67 
386 88 
306 64 
122 56 
156 21 
162 69 
166 11 



81 34 
131 00 

88 00 
174 34 
287 20 

184 68 
170 98 
157 60 
200 24 
208 70 
164 60 
225 84 

l&l 80 

271 70 
265 18 



173 96 
214 44 
673 66 
551 86 

208 85 

720 77 

96 06 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



93 



Treasurer, County of 

Elgin: 
S.S. 16, Bayham . 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Fifth Classes.— Continued. 

Arrears of grant for 1917 ($135.00) 

Lincoln : 

S.S. 11, Gainsboro 
62 67 



Model Schools 
Treasurer, Public School 
Board, Grants — 

Clinton 1,000 00 

Cornwall 1,000 00 

Kingston 1,000 00 

Madoc 1,000 00 

Orillia 1,000 00 

Port Arthur 1,000 00 

Renfrew 1,200 00 



Bracebridge : 

Andrews, K., services as as- 
sistant; 71.25; trav. ex- 
penses, 43.75 

D., services as as- 
272.00; trav. ex- 

115.80 

services as 



115 00 



Bouck, C 
sistant, 
penses, 115.80 387 80 

Coleman, Joseph 
janitor 65 00 

Plewes, J. W., services as 
principal, 300.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 78.35 378 35 

McKeon, R„ trav. expenses . . 3 15 

Shannon, S., services as as- 
sistant 272 00 

Sundry Students, trav. and 

living expenses 2,519 00 

Wilson, Wm., services as as- 
sistant, 272.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 62.50 334 50 



Clinton: 

Courtice, Hattie B. 

Draper, I. Myrtle 

Ritter, B 

Stevens, Lucy 

Stoddart, R 

Sundry Students, trav. and 

living expenses 

Thompson, W 

Wilson, Janet 

Wiltse, Maud 



Cornwall : 
Bilsland, Isobel .... 

Binnie, Laura 

Binnie, L. R 

Brown, Lillian 

Connell, D. M 

Macdougall, Gertrude 
Rombough, Nora .... 

Scott, Bertha 

Theobald, W. E 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


23 


40 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 



($28,515.06) 

penses, 77.60 

Eagle, D. M., services as prin- 
cipal, 300.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 112.12 

Sundry Students, trav. and 
living expenses 

Theobald, G. R., services as 
assistant, 272.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 111.80 

Yeomans, F. S., services as as- 
sistant 

Kingston : 

Allan, L 

Baxter, Isobel 

Burea, Isobel 

Crozier, Jean 

Gallaher, Nellie 

Gould, Cora 

Kelly, M 

Maybee, Lilly 

Maxwell, Daisy 

Ryder, Laura 

Stafford, C. F 

Volume, Margaret 



Madoc : 

Baker, W. T., services as as- 
sistant; 272.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 47.00; 

Black, Mary 

Breakell, Isobel 

Feeney, Nettie 

Keene, Myrtle 

McConnell, R. A. A., services 
as principal, 300.00; trav. 
expenses, 2.81 

Patterson, I. B 

Sundry 'Students, trav. and 
living expenses 

North Bay: 

Collins, F 

Deneau, N 

Johnston, M 

King, G 

Mayhew, R 

McDougall, J. B 

Norris, J. C 

Ogram, J 

Phillips, A 

Spackam, C 



Gore Bay: 

Bernath, A. C, services as as- 
sistant, 272.00; trav. ex- 



Orillia: 
Babcock, Irene . . 
Black, Lillian . . . 
Carmichael, Sadie 
Hewett, Clara . . . 



72 33 



349 60 



412 


12 


1,555 


85 


383 


80 


20 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 



319 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


302 


81 


50 


00 



465 11 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 



94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Model Schools. — Continued. 



Mann, Alice 50 00 

Mann, Llewella 50 00 

Magnus, Annie 50 00 

■MacEwan, Edith 50 00 

McLean, E 50 00 

Russell, Edith 50 00 

Tuplin, Mary 50 00 

Ottawa: 

Cameron, J. H., services as as- 
sistant, 208.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 67.15 275 15 

Edwards, C. H., services as 

principal 300 00 

Fleury, J. M., services as as- 
sistant I.... 272 00 

Sundry Students, trav. and 

living expenses 500 68 

Port Arthur: 

Burke, Alex., services as as- 
sistant, 264.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 106.20 370 20 

Burns, Mabel 50 00 

Couch, Luly 50 00 

Elliott, Margaret 50 00 

Gosnell, Sarah 50 00 

McFadden, May 50 00 

Mclver, D 32 00 

Mitchell, M., 50 00 

Morgan, M 50 00 

McRoherts, J., services as as- 
sistant 272 00 

Redman, Maggie, L 50 00 

Smalley, B. G., services as as- 
sistant 8 00 

Sundry Students, trav. and 

living expenses 922 58 

Young, D., trav. expenses, 
123.25; services as princi- 
pal, 300.00 423 25 

Renfrew: 

Airth, Edith 50 00 

Corky, P., 50 00 

Dolan, Edith 50 00 

Easton, Belle 50 00 

Easton. A. W 50 00 

Eady, Belle 50 00 

MacNaughton, Tena 50 00 

McLachlin, M 50 00 

Miller, Ethel 50 00 

Miller, Eva 50 00 

Stewart, Mabel 50 00 

Stewart, Marjorie 50 00 

Wishart. G 50 00 



Sharbot Lake: 

Avery, Mrs. E. V., services as 

caretaker 30 00 

Hartley, John, services as 
principal, 300.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 84.19 384 1£ 

Inman, W. F., services as as- 
sistant, 272.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 53.55 325 55 

Ingall, E. E., services as as- 
sistant, 244.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 52.96 276 96 

Irwin, A., services as care- 
taker 10 00 

Milligan, W., services as care- 
taker 30 00 

Moffat, T. E., services as as- 
sistant, 272.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 53.45 325 45 

Sundry Students, trav. and 
living expenses 2,135 50 

Tomlinson, W. J., services as 

caretaker 30 00 

Sturgeon Palls: 

Kaine, J. M., services as prin- 
cipal, 300.00; trav. expenses.. 
2.31 302 31 

Richer, P., services as assist- 
ant 272 00 

Sundry Students, trav. and 

living expenses 319 87 

Contingencies — 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 3 35 

Copp, Clark Co., manuals 398 13 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 10 66 
Hendry, Geo. M., Co., crayons 24 50 
King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 49.34; printing and 
binding, 114.65; stationery, 

262.31 426 30 

McClelland, Goodchild & .Stew- 
art, manuals 15 14 

McMaster, M. H., postage 

stamps 225 00 

Methodist Book and Pub. 

House, books 362 80 

Milligan, Wm.,rental of rooms 30 00 
Reid, M. R., rental of building 30 00 
Soeurs Gresdale Croix, rental 

of school room 40 00 

Treasurer, Public School 

Board, rental of building . . 50 00 
"Waugh, J., extra services in- 
specting seven) schools at 
25.00 each 175 00 



Mclver, D. . . 
McNab, G. G. 



Allowances ($414.20) 



20 00 
40 00 



Richer, F., 54 20 

Waugh, J 300 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



95 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Teachers' Associations ($5,873.35) 



Treasurer, Teachers' Institutes, 
City of— 

Brantford 25 00 

Guelph 25 00 

Hamilton -, 125 00 

Kingston 25 00 

London 75 00 

Ottawa 100 00 

Peterborough 25 0,0 

St. Catharines 50 00 

Toronto 525 00 

Windsor 50 00 

County of — 

Brant . , 50 00 

Bruce, E 50 00 

Bruce, W 50 00 

Carleton, W 50 00 

Carleton, E 50 00 

Dufferin 50 00 

Dundas 50 00 

Elgin, W 50 00 

Elgin, E 50 00 

Essex, S 50 00 

Essex, N 25 00 

Frontenac, N 25 00 

Frontenac, S. 50 00 

Glengarry 50 00 

Grey, E 50 00 

Grey, W 50 00 

Grey, S 50 00 

Haldimand 50 00 

Haliburton 25 00 

Halton . 50 00 

Hastings, C 50 00 

Hastings, S 50 00 

Hastings, N 25 00 

Huron, E 50 00 

Huron, W 50 00 

Kent, E 50 00 

Kent, W 50 00 

Lambton, E 50 00 

Lambton, W 50 00 

Lanark, W 50 00 

Leeds and Grenville, No. 1 . . 50 00 

Leeds and Grenville, No. 2 . . 50 00 

Leeds and Grenville, No. 3 . . 50 00 

Lennox and Addington 50 00 

Lincoln 50 00 

Middlesex, E 50 00 

Middlesex, W. '. 50 00 

Norfolk 50 00 

Northumberland and Durham, 

No. 1 50 00 

Northumberland and Durham, 

No. 2 25 00 

Northumberland and Durham, 

No. 3 50 00 

Ontario, S 50 00 

Ontario, N 25 00 

Oxford, S 75 00 

Peel 50 00 

Perth 75 00 

Peterborough, E 50 00 

Prescott and Russell 75 00 



Prince Eidward 
Renfrew, N. 
Renfrew, >S. 
Simcoe, S.W. . 

Simcoe, E 

Simcoe, N 

Stormont 

Victoria, E. ... 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington, N. 
Wellington, S. . 

Wentworth 

York, N 

York, W 

York, E 



District of— 

Algoma, E 

Kenora 

Manitoulin Island, E. 
Manitoulin Island, W. 

Muskoka 

Nipissing 

Parry Sound, E 

Parry Sound, W 

Rainy River 

Sudbury 

Temiskaming 

Thunder Bay 



Travelling Expenses of Lec= 
turers Attending Meetings 

Campbell, J. D. 
Casselman, A. C 
Chambers, J. E. 
Clark, T. E. ... 
Coleman, H. T. 
Cornish, G. A. 
Cringan, A. T. 
Dearness, John 
Dunlop, W. J. . 
Emery, J. W. 
Ewing, Nina A. 
Fleming, Roy F. 
Forbes, J. W. . 
Hofferd. Geo. W 
Ingall, Elmer E 
Jones, F. A. ... 
Keyes, S. J. ... 
Macpherson, F. F, 
Macpherson, W. E 
MacVannel, E. . 
Martyn, H. G. 
Maybury, H. C. 
McDougall, J. B. 
McMillan, Geo. 
McRae, Jessie C 
v Miller, G. A. . 
Neville, A. B. . 
Norris, J. C. . . 
Parkenham, W. 
Park. H. G. ... 
Perney, F. E. . 
Pickles, S 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
100 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



100 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



17 85 

11 00 

21 20 

13 25 

12 70 

18 85 

5 55 

3 95 

19 65 

28 60 

8 90 

14 56 
16 55 

2 00 
19 04 
10 35 

22 95 
139 08 

4 65 

16 75 

9 35 
22 15 

29 40 

6 60 

17 60 

13 75 
12 15 
16 30 

8 77 

5 80 

7 00 

9 50 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No, 1 



Powell, A 

Prendergast, Wm. 
Radcliffe, S. J. . . 

Ramsey, C 

Ricker, Harry E. 
Sandiford, Peter . 

Seavey, J. R 

Seaton, E. T. ... 

Silcox, S 

Sinclair, M. G. . . 
Stevenson, A. ... 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Teachers' Associations.— Continued. 



29 90 
84 85 
24 50 

17 10 
28 45 

18 95 

7 83 

19 60 
6 40 

17 15 

8 80 



Stubbs, S. J. 
Walks, R. H. 
White, E. T. 
Wildgust, H. 



8 55 

9 85 
7 70 

10 10 



Contingencies- 
King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 59.26; printing and 
binding, 96.48; stationery, 

2.08 157 82 

\ 



Grant to Ontario Education Association, including printing Trustees' report ($1,400.00) 

Treasurer, Ontario Educational Association, grant 1,400 00 



Spring and Summer Schools ($14,154.96) 



Services and Expenses of 
Instructors— 

Banwell, A. L 

Barton, J. W , 

Barton, D. M 

Bellisle, T. G 

Brenton, Clara 

Buriss, M 
Buriss, M. E. 
Carlisle, J. 0. 
Carson, Flora 
Chalmers, M. 
Chart, E. ... 
Cody, Ellen . 
Cornish, G. A. 



10 00 

300 00 

252 00 

15 00 

252 00 

N. 204 00 

24 00 

252 00 

252 00 



53 44 

90 00 

252 00 

252 00 

Coventry, Ivy 252 00 



Coventry, S. G. . 

Crawford, H. J. . 

Cringan, A. T. 

Davidson, Annie . 

Dinwiddy, G 

Fellors, E. F 

Ferguson, W. C. 

Fletcher, W. H. . 

Geddes, F 

Gillespie, Jean . . 

Goodman, Jennie 

Goodman, Eva . . , 

Hahn, E 

Halbus, F 

Harding, Lillian , 

Henderson, L. M. 

Hollinger, J, 

Holmes, R 

Hunter, S 

Jewett, A. E 

Kay, M. C 

Logan, Vivian 
MacPherson, W. E. 

Manly, CM 

May, T 

McKague, G 

McRae, J. 

Merchant, F. W. 

Morgan, S. A 

Ockley, L. L 

Oliver, Louise 



27 00 

300 00 

300 00 

252 00 

15 00 

96 85 

252 00 

252 00 

90 00 

80 00 

55 31 

56 63 
256 00 
252 00 
252 00 
252 00 

10 00 

256 00 

48 00 

252 00 

252 00 

90 00 

300 00 

256 00 

36 00 

90 00 

80 00 

137 45 

300 00 

300 00 

252 00 



Patterson, N 

Perry, S. J 

Pickles, S 

Putnam, J. H 

Radcliffe, S. J 

Rattray, M 

Reade, Jessie 

Reid, G. A 

Scarrow, A. N 

Shannon, L 

Sheppard, M 

Simmons, E. J. H 

Smith, A 

Ward, Wm 

Weston, T 

Winterburn, W 

Contingencies- 
Art Metropole, Ltd., sundries 

Bain & Cubitt, printing 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of 
instrument, 15.50; mes- 
sages, 50c 

Bowes, M., cleaning rooms.. 

Burns, P., & Co., coal, iy 2 
tons at 11.00 per ton 

Can. Nor Express Co., charges 

Caproni, P. P., models 

Carter's Tested Seeds, sprayer 

Chicago Biological Supply 
House, supplies 

Clarkson, G. T., rent of Shar- 
bot Lake premises .^ 

Cormack, J., electrical repairs 

Crawford, H. J ., stationery 
supplies 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 

Eaton, The T. C, Ltd., sup- 
plies for demonstration . . 

Factory Products, Ltd., fans. 

Finkle, P. H., brush 

Gage, W. J., & Co., paper . . 

Geddes, F. M., vegetables . . 

Gourlay, Winter & Leeming, 
rent of piano 

Greer, J., beaverboard 



252 00 

80 00 
252 00 
300 00 
300 00 
252 00 
204 00 
308 10 
300 00 

90 00 
204 00 

48 00 
252 00 
300 00 

24 00 
100 00 



65 
20 00 



16 
46 



49 50 

65 

2 70 

1 00 

101 50 

24 00 

2 00 



20 
1 



18 48 

18 00 

25 

6 40 

50 

36 00 
2 56 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



97 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Spring and Summer Schools.— Continued. 



Grey Nuns Convent, rental of 

room 40 00 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., slating, 
1.50; stationery, 35.49; 

rulers, 2.50 39 49 

Higgins, R., & Son, supplies. 2 00 

Hogan, D„ provisions 8 17 

King's Printer, distribution, 

paper, 942.74; stationery, 

5.00; printing and binding, 

511.52 1,459 26 

Laidlaw, R., & Co., lumber . . 41 90 
Lenton, W., services as model 6 00 

Lewis, Rice, & ,Son, paints, 

oils, etc 4 80 

Logan, Vivian, soap 2 31 

MacDonald, W. H., services as 

model 58 50 

Maddock, C, services as door- 
keeper at 2.00 per diem ... 4 00 
Manley, C. M., art supplies.. 1 00 
McKay School Equipment Co., 

apparatus 170 56 

McMaster, M. H., postage 

stamps 150 00 

Meek, V. W., supplies 55 

Neil, J. A., flowers 2 10 

Ontario Lime Co., plaster of 

paris 3 75 

Ottawa Public School Board, 
paper 1 68 



Potter, Charles, carbon for 
lantern 

Powell, R. E., fancy biscuits 

Provan, A., supplies 

Rawlinson, M., cartage 

Simmons & Sons, flowers . . . 

Simpson, The Robt., Co., Ltd., 
vegetables 

Toronto Board of Education, 
services of caretaker 

Toronto Central Technical 
School, cost of operating 
class rooms and hot water 
service 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets. 

Toronto Towel Supply Co., 
laundrying 

Treasurer, House Committee, 
Knox College, rental of gym- 
nasium and class room .... 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
rental of typewriters .... 

University of Toronto, blue 
print paper, paste, etc 

Vokes Hardware Co., hard- 
ware supplies 

Wanless, A., cheesecloth .... 

Wilson, H. A., Co., Ltd., basket 
balls 



75 
2 55 
8 40 

1 50 

2 00 

60 
50 00 



187 00 
15 00 



3 70 



175 


00 


96 08 


44 


75 


12 


87 
50 



14 40 



Chief Inspector of Schools ($3,400.00) 

Waugh: Twelve months' salary as Chief Inspector 



3,400 00 



Inspection of Public and District Schools ($126,234.62) 



J. L. Moore: Twelve 


months' salary as I: 


rispecl 


J. W. Hagan : 


do 


do 


L. A. Green: 


do 


do 


J. Ritchie: 


do 


do 


H. R. Scovell: 


do 


do 


D. M. Christie: 


do 


do 


W. J. Hamilton: 


do 


do 


Jno. A. Bannister: 


do 


do 


Ch&s. McDowell: Eleven 


do 


do 


W. P. Bald: Twelve 


do 


do 


Jno. E. Benson: 


do 


do 


Robt. Boyes: 


do 


do 


G. E. Broderick: 


do 


do 


I. D. Brules: 


do 


do 


H. H. Burgess: 


do 


do 


A. L. Campbell: 


do 


do 


H. J. Clark: 


do 


do 


J. M. Cole: 


do 


do 


W. G. H. Colles: 


do 


do 


Joseph Colling; 


do 


do 


H. F. Cook: 


do 


do 


Henry Conn: 


do 


do 


T. A. Craig: 


do 


do 


J. J. Craig: 


do 


do 


Jos. W. Crewson: 


do 


do 


R. J. Corkill: 


do 


do 


G. A. Carefoot: 


do 


do 


Isaac Day: 


do 


do 


J. M. Denyes: 


do 


do 



do allowance on military leave 



2,333 33 
2,208 33 
1,765 62 
1,797 27 
2,333 33 
2,333 33 
650 61 
2,208 33 
1,556 43 
1,416 67 
1,416 67 
1,416 67 
1,416 67 
1,416 67 
1,416 67 
1,416 67 
1,052 16 
1,185 91 
1,416 67 
1,830 67 
1,416 67 
1,195 46 
1,355 67 
1,416 67 
1,416 67 
1,475 00 
1,508 33 
1,416 67 
1,416 67 



7. P. A. 



98 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Inspection of Public and District Schools.— Continued. 



T. R. Ferguson: Twelve months 

Jno. M. Field: 

W. C. Froates: 

James Froates: 

W. J. Galbraith: 

Robt. Galbraith: 

Jos. L. Garvin: 

Jno. W. Forrester: Eleven 

S. Huff: Twelve 

R. A. Hutchinson: 

Wm. Irwin: 

Thos. Jamieson: 

Jas. F. McGuire: 

H. D. Johnson: 

R. Lees: 

W. R. Liddy: 

B. Longman: 
Jno. McCool: 
N. McDougall: 
G. G. McNab: 

J. W. Marshall: 
D. A. Maxwell: 
F. L. Michell : 

C. Moses: 

C. W. Mulloy: 

Jno. Nelson: 

L. Norman: 

Albert Odell: 

R. A. Patterson: 

M. R. Reid: 

J. B. Robinson: 

F. W. Sheppard: 

J. H. Smith (Chatham) 

J. H. Smith (Stratford) 

T. W. Standing: 

W. H. Stevens: 

Jno. A. Taylor: 

P. J. Thompson: 

W. E. Tilley: 

J. E. Tom: 

S. A. Truscott: 

R. O. White: 

J. E. Minns: ' 

A. A. Jordan: 

Wm. Dowsley: 

J. C. Smith: 

Robt. Wright: 

Grants- 
Treasurer, Board of Education: 

Belleville 

Brantford 

Brockville 

Chatham 

Fort William 

Gait 

Guelph 

Hamilton 



Ingersoll 

Kingston 

Kitchener . . . 

London 

Niagara Falls 
Ottawa 



' salary 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



170 00 
410 00 
135 00 
200 00 
325 00 
207 50 
230 00 

1,545 00 
85 00 
300 00 
265 00 
985 00 
170 00 

1,030 00 



as Inspector 1,677 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Peterborough 

Port Arthur 

Prescott 

St. Catharines 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Smith's Falls 

Stratford 

Toronto 6,995 00 

Trenton 85 00 

Walkerville 105 00 

Windsor 380 00 

Woodstock 150 00 



1.677 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,312 


35 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,337 


25 


1,416 


67 


1,441 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1.416 


67 


1,216 


67 


1,116 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,130 


20 


1,416 


67 


1,274 


58 


1,416 


67 


1,474 


99 


1,077 


21 


1,166 


67 


916 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


916 


66 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


1,416 


67 


2,056 


68 


1,437 


50 


1,441 


68 


1,307 


92 


1,470 


83 


1,500 


00 


315 


00 


247 


50 


37 


50 


265 


00 


60 


00 


270 


00 


205 


00 


35 


00 


200 


00 


120 


00 


260 


00 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



99- 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Arrears of Salary of County Inspectors for September, 1917 ($280.00) 

Treasurer of Ontario, re Superannuation of Teachers 280 (M> 



G. K. Mills: 
J. P. Hoag: 



Inspection of Continuation Schools ($6,100.00) 

Twelve months' salary as Inspector 3,050 00 

do do 3,050 00 



J. F. Power: 
J. F. Sullivan: 
J. E. Jones: 
J. P. Finn: 
W. J. Lee: 
J. M. Bennett: 



Inspection of Separate Schools ($13,599.98) 

Twelve months' salary as Inspector 2,333 33 

do do 2,333 33 

do do 2,333 33 

do do 2,333 33 

do do 2,275 00 



do 



do 



1,991 6£ 



Inspection of English-French Schools ($10,299.96) 

W. J. iSummerby: Nine months' salary as Inspector 1,708 31 

L. EL O. Payment: Twelve do do 2,333 33 

Thos. Swift: do do 2,333 33 

J. S. Gratton: do do 1,833 33 

Jno. C. Walsh : do do 2,091 65 



Allowance to E. E. Ingall, in connection with Inspection English-French 

Schools ($117.00) 



E. E. Ingall 



117 Ofr 



Inspection of Manual Training and Household Science Department ($2,499.98) 

A. H. Leake: Twelve months' salary as Inspector 2,499 9$ 



Inspection of Auxiliary Classes, grants and contingencies ($829.24) 



Alexandra Industrial School, 
grant 

American Academy of Political 
& Social Science, subscription 

American Association Teaching 

/ of Speech, subscription 

Culhare, Mary C, book 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 39.47; printing and 
binding, 7.18 

MacMurchy, Dr. Helen, trav. 
expenses 

McClelland, Goodchild & Stew- 
art, books 

McMaster, M. H M postage stamps 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books 



100 00 

5 00 

2 00 

1 10 



46 65 
98 35 

1 00 

50 00 

15 59 



National Committee for Preven- 
tion of Blindness, subscription 

Ontario Educational Associa- 
tion, subscription 

Psychological Clinic Press, sub- 
scription 

Research Defence (Society, sub- 
scription 

Treasurer, Public School Board, 

Ottawa, grant 400 0$ 

Ungraded Teachers' Associa- 
tion, subscription 

Victoria Industrial School, 
grant 

World Book Co., books 



2 00 

1 0© 



i m 



1 27 



1 50> 

100 00 
2:lS 



Allowance to Alice M. McGlashan for extra services in connection with Inspection 

of Auxiliary Classes ($150.00) ' 



McGlashan, Alice M. 



150 O0> 



Allowance for services Inspecting Classes for Feeble=Minded ($250.00) 

MacMurchy, Dr. Helen 250 0© 



100 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Travelling and moving expenses of Inspectors, Including meals for Inspectors incurred 
mjn inspecting Toronto schools and for clerical assistance, office equipment, 
■■ ^stat ionery, postage, printing, binding and contingencies ($24,312.35) 



Armstrong, J., rent of office.... 121 00 

Bancroft Times, printing 12 00 

Bannister, J. A., trav. expenses 856 65 
Bell Telephone Co., messages, 

23.55; rent of instrument, 

15.00 38 55 

Bennett, J. M., trav. expenses . 1,003 27 

Barnell, S. J., livery hire 8 50 

Bnras, Alexander, livery hire . 13 90 

CJ.PJa. Go's. Tel., messages . . 1 14 

'Can. -Express Co., charges 1 74 

•Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 4 20 
Can. Writing Machine Co., rent 

t>f machine 6 00 

'Catholic Record, printing 16 50 

Cavanagh, F. H., stationery . . 50 

Chisholm, W. I., trav. expenses 276 25 
dhristie, D. M., services at 4.25 

per diem 569 80 

Christie, S. H., livery hire 275 50 

Citizen Pub. Co., advertising . 1 66 

Cliffe Press, stationery 6 00 

Collin Press, printing 3 00 

Colling, J., trav. expenses .... Ill 1'3 
Colson, M. E., services as clerk 

at 2.40 per diem 252 00 

Cbrkill, E. J., trav. expenses . 32 80 

Dom. Express Co., charges 4 75 

Drew, M. K., services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 364 00 

Eaton, The T., Co., Ltd., leather 

case 7 50 

Evans Co., Ltd., filing cabinet. 24 00 
Federal Typewriter Co., rental 

of machine 30 00 

Ferguson, T. R., trav. expenses 215 75 
Finn, J. P., trav. expenses, 

1,015.87; accountable, 58.05.. 1,073 92 

Flenry, J. M., trav. expenses . . 85 80 

Fbrtester, J. W., trav. expenses 4 40 

Gibson & Lappin, livery hire . 30 00 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 7 27 

•Gore Bay Recorder, stationery. 24 75 
Grand & Toy, Ltd., office files 

and furniture 113 80 

Gratton, J. G., trav. expenses.. 1,309 50 

Green, L. A., trav. expenses . . 362 45 

Hagan, J. W., trav. expenses . 532 95 

Hallett, W. J., office furniture.. 90 00 

Hamilton, W. J., trav. expenses 61 25 

Hilts Printing Co., printing . . 5 00 

Hoag, J. P., trav. expenses .... 1,292 41 

Hope, Jas., & Son, stationery.. 4 10 
Horsley, V. L., services as clerk 

at 2.56 per diem 863 04 

Hunter, Rose, Co., printing .... 14 00 

Jarvis, A. H., books 24 05 

Jones, J. E., trav. expenses .... 311 40 
King's Printer. distribution, 

paper, 403.52; stationery, 

638.00; printing and binding, 

1,875.02 2,916 54 

I^angdon, R., copying 10 00 



Langford, A. A., Co., Ltd., sta- 
tionery 

Leake, W. J., trav. expenses . . 
Lee, W. J., trav. expenses .... 

Levan, I. M., trav. expenses . . 

Lyons, M., services as clerk at 

2.40 per diem 

May, J. G., livery hire 

McDowell, C, trav. expenses . 

McGoey, G., services typing . . 

Mclnroy, services as clerk at 
2.331/3 per diem 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 

McRae, Laura, services typing. 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books 

Mills, G. K., trav. expenses 

Moore, H. M., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Moore, J. L., trav. expenses . . 

Moore, Geo., record book 

Mulligan, B. M., rent of office 

Xorthern Ontario Times, sta- 
tionery 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., guide 
and folders 

Parlett, L., services typing re- 
ports 

Payment, L. E. O., trav. expen- 
ses 

Popham, J. H., Ltd., stationery, 
49.05; printing, 12.00 

Power, J. F., trav. expenses . . 

Ritchie, J., trav. expenses . . . 

Sault Stationers, Ltd., station- 
ery supplies 

Scovell, F., services on reports 

Scovell, H. R., trav. expenses. 

Serre, Grenier & Co., postage 
stamps and stationery 

Smallman & Ingram, chair and 
rug 

Smith, J. H., trav. expenses... 

Stephenson & Son, printing, 
71.00; stationery, 25.00 

Sullivan, M., services as clerk 
at 40c. per hour 

Sullivan, J. F., trav. expenses.. 

Summerby, W. J., trav. expenses 

Swift, Thomas, trav. expenses. 

Temiskaming Telephone Co., 
messages 

Templeton, A., & Son, auto hire 

The Canadian printing 

Thompson, P., services typing. 

Thorpe Bros., filing cabinet . . . 

Toronto Globe, advertising 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs, 19.50; feupptlies, 4.65; 
typewriters, 175.00 

Wagar Furniture Co., office 
chair 



48 


40 


773 


60 


572 


25 


100 


68 


843 


84 


19 


50 


494 


93 


5 


00 


426 


99 


424 


05 


32 


42 


7 


45 


686 


49 


60 


00 


388 


70 


1 


00 


110 


00 


6 


65 


9 


92 


3 


85 


356 


60 


61 


05 


127 


40 


215 


80 


8 


30 


1 


50 


197 


65 


40 


85 


24 


00 


2 


15 


96 


00 


8 


00 


535 


31 


144 


60 


937 


50 


2 


25 


43 


00 


34 


00 


3 


50 


48 


66 


9 


66 


20 


00 


199 


15 


10 


00 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



101 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Travelling and moving expenses of Inspectors, including meals for Inspectors incurred 

in inspecting Toronto schools and for clerical assistance, office equipment, 

stationery, postage, printing, binding and contingencies.— Continued. 



Walker, A., livery hire 161 50 

Walsh, J. C, trav. expenses . . 683 26 
Walton, E. S., office rent, 78.00; 

livery hire, 270.00 348 00 



Waugh, J., trav. expenses .?.. 952 87 
White, R. O., trav. expenses ... 597 50 
Wright, R., trav. expenses .... 31 85 



Unpaid Accounts, 1916=17 ($131.86) 

Bell Telephone Co., Ltd., mes- Sault Ste. Marie Stationery Co., 

sages 3 30 stationery supplies 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., messages .... 1 94 Scovell, H. R., trav. expenses . 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 1 00 Scovell, F. A., services making 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 2 04 reports 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 24 00 Toronto Globe Printing Co., ad- 
vertising 

Allowance to L. E. O. Payment, for travelling expenses ($19.40) 

Payment, L. E. O 



2 95 
88 65 

3 00 

4 9& 



19 40 



Departmental Examinations. 

Salaries ($22,868.90) 

R. W. Anglin: Twelve months' salary as Registrar and Secretary of Mat- 
riculation Board 2,900 00 

R. A. Croskery: do Clerk and Secretary of Board of 

; Examiners and Assistant Sec- 
retary of Matriculation Board 2,500 00 

J. A. Brown: do Clerk in Registrar's Branch 1,700 00 

W. W. Jeffers: do Clerk of Examinations 1,550 00 

R. J. Bryce: do Assistant do 1,500 00 

W. A. Beecroft: do Clerk of Examination Records 1,600 0O 

Geo. Lyons: do Clerk of Certificates 1,500 00 

A. M. Burnham : Seven do Clerk 1,018 90 

Bessie Spence: Twelve do do 900 00 

A. MacPherson: do Stenographer 925 00 

M. E. Saunderson : do do 925 00 

B. Leadbetter : do Printer 1,400 00 

Wm. Parr: do Assistant Printer 850 00 

Marion Armstrong: do Clerk and Stenographer 900 00 

Jessie Craig: Six do do do 450 00 

Lula Greenwood : Twelve do do do 900 00 

Ipene Hynes: do do do 900 00 

Winnifred Courtney: Six do do do 450 00 



Examiners ($65,423.25) 





Services. Expenses. 




Services. Expenses. 


Abel, M. H 


94 


50 


4 


30 


Auger, C. E 


.. 138 


20 




Adams, J. M 


101 


17 


9 


80 


Austin, P. M 


94 


50 


10 95 


Adams, J. G 


67 


20 






Ayers, M. H 

Bailey, J. J 

Bain, Mary 


147 


00 




Adams, J. H 


152 


60 






160 


30 




Adams, John 


109 


20 


8 


10 


117 


60 


10 45 


Affleck, A. A 


126 


00 


5 


75 


Baker, S. J 


92 


40 


9 05 


Affleck, Elsie J 


126 


00 


13 


15 


Baker, W. P 


108 


00 


. . » - . m 


Aitchison, B 


94 


50 


59 


85 


Ball, A. I. N 


.. 113 


40 


...... 


Allan, F. B 


109 


00 


4 


95 


Bannister, J. A. 


163 


50 


90 


Allen, M. E 


102 


90 


9 


05 


Barber, Etta L. 


151 


20 


9 25 


Allan, Lillian. M. . . . 


100 


80 






Barnes, C. L 


113 


40 




Allin, A. E 


100 


80 


15 


80 


Beaman, Elsie K. 


.. 102 


90 


15 45 


Althouse, J. G 


126 


00 


3 


95 


Beck, C. G 


94 


50 


4 80 


Anderson, L. C 


92 


40 


6 


20 


Bell, J. A 


.. 100 


80 


6 20 


Anderson, W. G. ... 


117 
142 


60 
80 


11 
5 


65 

30 


Bell, J M 


100 


80 
20 


7 50 


Archibald, R. H. ... 


Bell, E. T 


109 





102 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 



Examiners.— Continued. 



Ser 



Bennett, J. S. 
Bennett, R. F. 
Berlanguet, H. 
Bernath, A. C. 
Bibby, M. V. .. 
Bicknell, H. E. 
Bielby, G. H. . 
Binnie, L. R. . 
Black, H. E. . 
Black, V. M. .. 
Blake, R. J. 
Bolton, E. F. . 
Bottoms, Emma 
Bouck, C. D. 
Brackenbury, G. L 
Braithwaite, E. E 
Brebner, M. R. 
Brebner, J. . . . 
Brebner, W. B 
Brogden, R. C. 
Brogden, I. M. 
Brown, T. A. . 
Brown, P. W. 
Brown, H. W. 
Brown, A. Grant 
Brown, C. S. . . 
Bryan, Hugh W 
Bryson, A. E. . 
Brunt, R. A. 
Buck, C. S. ... 
Bunnell, E. M. 
Bunton, G. W. . 
Burns, Olive M. 
Burt, A. W. .. 
Bush, J. A. ... 
Cameron, James 
Campbell, J. D. 
Campbell, M. M. 
Campbell, G. H. 
Campbell, W. A. 
Cappon, Jas. . . . 
Carman, M. E. . 
Carruthers, A. . 
Carruthers, I. . 
Carscadden, T. . 
Casselman, A. C. . 
Casselman, Mrs. C. 
Cattanach, J. S. 
Challinor, J. L. 
Chalmers, J. E. 
Chalmers, C. A. 
Chant, €. A. 
Charlebois, Mrs. L. A 
Charlesworth, John 
Chisholm, W. I. 
Chown, G. Y. . 
Christie, D. M. 
Clark, D. M. 
Clarke, F. H. . 
Clarke, B. W. . 
Clarke, Eleanor 
Clark, A. L. ... 



vices. Expenses. 

124 60 

117 60 2 50 

68 85 

45 60 

117 60 18 70 

107 10 

109 20 4 90 

9 60 

126 00 6 80 

18 00 

94 50 8 55 

18 00 3 90 

81 90 16 95 

67 80 

96 60 6 00 
17 00 

27 00 

51 00 

15 00 

18 00 7 45 

100 80 3 30 

15 00 

191 70 16 40 

226 80 3 75 

283 87 

117 60 5 50 

130 20 20 30 

15 00 90 

91 00 12 75 
81 90 6 50 

121 80 5 75 

100 80 13 25 

100 80 6 75 

99 40 3 75 

15 00 

102 90 15 40 

241 10 21 15 

15 00 

209 00 16 65 
100 80 14 65 
13 40 

109 20 4 95 
226 40 55 

18 00 11 00 

99 40 4 95 

66 45 47 15 

100 80 14 80 

100 80 18 95 

100 80 13 85 

78 35 

18 00 

50 00 

12 50 60 

130 20 3 35 

74 40 

14 30 

139 45 18 65 

92 40 9 15 
126 00 3 05 

151 20 

117 60 7 20 

110 75 20 85 



Clark, W 

Clarke, F. H. . . , 
Clayton, V. E. 
Clothier, Bessie 
Colbeck, W. L. . 
Oolbeck, M. M. , 
Coleman, H. T. 

Colling, J 

Collins, H. E. 
Conacher, W. M. 

Cook, A. L 

Coombs, A. E. 
Coombs, F. E. 
Cooper, A. B. 
Corbett, L. H. . 
Cornell, M. L. . 
Cornell, D. M. . 
Cornwell ; J. L. 

Cosens, A , 

Coulter, John C. 
Coulter, Eva M. 
Courtice, ,S. J. . 
Cowan, I. Kathleen 

Cowan, M 

Cranston, D. L. 
Crassweller, C. L. 
Cringan, A. T. ... 
Crummer, Eva M. 
Cryderman, M. . . 

Ourrie, D 

Curtis, J. T 

Dafoe, Helen I. . 
Daley, Muriel . . . 
Dandeno, J. B. 
Davidson, S. K. 

Davidson, G 

Davidson, John H 

Davis, I. P 

Dearing, C 

Dearness, J 

DeLaMater, M. . 
Dengate, W. E. . 
Dent, W. A. .. 
Devitt, S. G. .. 
Dickinson, J. A. 
Dobbie, I. E. .. 
Dolan, J. H. .. 

Dolan, E 

Dorland, A. G. 
Douglas, A. C. . 
Dundas, A. A. 
Dunlop, W. J. . 
Dugit, R. A. 

Durnin, L 

Durnin, E. W. 
Eastern, E. H. 
Eaton, Ethel C. 
Edwards, G. . . 
Edwards, R. S. 
Eldon, R. H. .. 
Elcoat, H. I. .. 
Ellerby, F 



Services. Expenses. 

113 40 4 00 

109 20 

15 00 

94 50 18 10 

109 20 

100 80 6 80 

45 80 12 90 

159 40 24 10 

155 40 

36 00 82 

102 90 

92 40 4 90 

36 00 

109 20 5 90 

151 20 

87 21 

9 90 

178 37 67 45 

92 40 

30 00 3 50 

147 00 8 60 

100 80 12 45 

100 80 6 75 

100 80 13 60 

5 00 

163 80 12 15 

2 80 

15 00 

100 80 7 75 

15 00 60 

117 60 17 20 

126 00 

100 80 17 75 

150 40 

3 50 

100 80 8 50 

105 00 1 10 
81 90 5 70 

15 00 

60 80 

102 90 21 70 

126 00 7 20 

116 20 10 55 
102 90 2 30 

92 40 6 75 

51 00 40 

165 20 2 00 
13 50 

121 80 11 55 

100 80 9 10 

138 60 7 65 

24 00 

117 60 

100 80 

106 40 18 70 
13 50 

163 90 31 00 

102 90 

81 90 13 75 

166 20 

92 40 7 10 

92 40 6 75 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



103 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 



Examiners.— Continued. 



Elliott, C. E. , 
Elliott, E. L. , 
Ellis, Roxie A 
Emery, J. W. 
Evans, G. E. . 

Evans, A 

Ewing, N. A. . 
Farrington, Mabel C 
Feasby, W. J. 
Ferguson, T. K 
Ferguson, W. C 
File, Edna G. 
Finch, I. M. 
Firth, J. W. . 
Fleming, R. F. 
Fleury, J. M. 
Flock, F. A. . 
Forbes, J. W. 
Forester, M. . 
Forester, J. W. 

Foster, J 

Francis, Annie B 
Fraser, M. A. 
Fraser, J. W. 
Freeman, J. A 
Fritz, Olive . . 
Fritz, M. E. . 
Furnival, A. St 
Garbutt, Arthur E. 
Garland, Elinor C. 
Geaurette, F. I. A. 
Gee N 

Gerhardt, H. W 
Gibson, Ethel . 
Gilfillan, Viola 
Oillard, L. A. . 
Giles, A. H. ... 
Gilmour, A. ... 
Gilmurray, E. . 
Girdwood, A. R 
^ilray, R. G. 
Glassey, D. A. 

Gould, E 

Gourlay, R. ... 
Graeb, M. M. . 
Graham, L. H. 
Grant, D. M. 
Grant, Christina 

Gray, N. R. 

Gray, Geo. L. . 
Green, L. A. 
Green, W. H. W 
Grieve, V. K. 
Grieve, H. M. . 

Grills, M 

Guilfoyle, A. . . . 
Gummer, C. F. 
Hagan, J. W. . 
Hagerman, A. F 

Hahn, E 

Hall, M. M. S. 
Hamer, L. E. . 



Services. Expenses. 

77 70 4 80 

18 00 2 00 

81 90 7 10 
265 00 22 30 
124 60 8 75 

33 00 6 85 

1 40 

100 80 11 55 

140 70 6 20 

5 00 

38 80 

15 00 

100 80 16 55 

134 40 6 65 

117 60 

130 10 

116 20 

66 30 

117 60 14 00 
249 80 35 09 
126 00 7 45 

126 00 

100 80 4 35 

102 90 12 10 

124 60 2 30 

75 60 14 90 

92 40 5 35 

117 60 

87 21 

30 00 

114 00 

109 20 7 80 

88 20 2 30 

126 00 

100 80 9 75 

100 80 13 50 

113 40 3 75 

100 80 6 95 

75 90 

216 00 25 05 

94 50 

117 60 

109 20 3 75 

105 00 

117 60 

91 00 7 80 

92 40 11 40 
126 00 57 00 
126 00 8 65 
126 00 7 10 
177 40 

91 00 4 00 

82 60 

102 90 7 95 

113 40 8 25 

102 90 6 35 

164 94 24 84 

138 80 

35 

21 00 

117 60 18 15 

100 80 6 10 



Hamilton, R. S. 
Hamilton, D. E. . 

Hardy, E. A 

Hare, A. F. 

Hawkins, Maud M 
Haynes, Andrew C 
Heath, William 
Heath, H. J. ... 
Henry, V. R. ... 
Henry, Elizabeth 
Henstridge, E. . 
Hewitt, Cora E. 
Hicks, V. M. ... 
Higgins, F. R. . 
Hindson, H. M. 
Hitchon, Claire I 
Hitsman, S. A 
Hoag, J. P. .. 
Hobbs, T. ... 
Hofferd, G. W 
Hogarth, E. IS 
Hoggarth, D. A. 

Holmes, R 

Hone, A. D 

Hooper, A. G. 
Horan, J. C. 
Horton, C. W. .. 
Hotson, A. L. 
Houston, J. A. . 
Howie, Mabel F. 
Howell, W. B. L 
Howson, B. F. . 
Huffman, F. H. 

Hulse, C 

Hume, J. P. ... 
Hutchinson, J. I. 
Hutchinson, J. J. 

Hyde, C. I 

Ingall, E. E 

Ingram, Robert . 
Tnman, W. F. ... 
Ionson, M. A. ... 

Irwin, N. A 

Ivey, T. J 

Jackson, H. M. 

James, G. M 

Jeanneret, F. C. A 

Jeffries, J 

Jennings, E. W 
Jennings, W. A. 
Johnston, H. . . 
Johnston, Agnes M 
Johnston, Helena E 
Johnston, F. J. . 

Jones, F. A 

Jones, Laura L. 
Jordan, S. A. . . . 

Joynt, J. E 

Kappele, E 

Karr, W. J 

Keast, Walter . . 



Services. Expenses. 

151 20 3 95 

120 40 

96 60 

93 45 

126 00 

91 00 6 65 

80 20 

109 20 3 75 

100 80 6 50 

95 20 9 30 

121 80 13 05 
113 40 8 80 
117 60 9 60 
132 40 

92 40 5 95 
126 00 8 60 
100 80 12 05 

165 70 

105 00 5 55 

379 90 35 23 

117 60 3 05 

18 00 40 

98 00 

182 70 5 50 

138 60 3 85 

100 80 9 25 

107 10 

117 60 8 20 

94 50 

92 40 3 00 

58 70 

109 20 10 00 

54 00 

94 50 7 50 

117 60 8 35 

134 40 

16 80 

91 00 2 95 

87 20 

36 00 70 

90 60 

100 80 12 75 

100 80 8 95 

121 80 

45 00 

105 00 8 35 

62 00 

117 60 

159 60 4 00 

168 00 

124 60 13 25 

81 90 18 65 
94 50 5 80 

109 20 16 30 

250 40 

117 60 6 85 

100 80 21 20 

18 00 

2 10 

288 65 

117 60 



104 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 



Examiners.— Continued. 



Keillor, J. * 

Kellock, Evelyn D 
Kelly, J. W. 
Kemp, Wm. . . 
Keenan, T. C. . 
Keenan, E. ... 
Kennedy, G. . . 
Kerfoot, H. W. 
Kerr, C. S. ... 
Kerr, W. E. 
Ketcheson, Florence 
Ketcheson, B. . . 

Keyes, S. J 

Kidd, T. W 

Kilmer, E. E. C. 
Kaine, J. M. ... 

King, M. 1 

King, E. W. ... 
Kirkwood, W. A. 
Labelle, M. A. 
Lailey, M. B. ... 
Laing, M. M. ... 

Lane, J. S 

Lang, A. E 

Langdon, Ralph 

Later, T. J 

Lawrence, J. F. 
Leake, A. H. ... 
Leckie, D. E. ... 
Levan, I. M. ... 
Lingwood, F. H. 
Littlejohn, J. E. 
Lishman, F. R. 
Lloyd, Fred. M. 
Locklin, Elva . . 

Loucks, H 

Lougheed, W. J. 
Lowe, W. D. 
Lowrey, John H. 
Lucas, G. A. ... 
Lutman, M. E. 

Lynch, A 

McCamus, Bessie 
McCarten, R. H. 
McConnell, R. A. 
McCormack, M. I 
McConochie, R. G 
McCrimmon, L. R 
McDowell, Charles 
McDonald, E. . 
McEvoy, A. ... 
McFarlane, J. H 
McGee, C. H. . 
McGibbon, H. M 
McGregor, E. A. 
McGregor, H. M 
McGregor, E. . . 
McGregor, Annie K 
McGuire, J. G. 
McGuire, J. F. 
McKay, J. M. 
McKellar, H. S 



Services. Expenses. 

163 80 

113 40 4 15 

91 00 12 05 

113 40 

96 17 

80 40 12 60 
55 70 

117 60 8 30 

100 80 4 75 

' 91 00 8" 55 

134 40 

37 80 

96 80 

84 00 

115 00 14 60 

18 00 

30 00 

120 90 15 95 

150 00 

61 50 

94 50 

121 80 3 40 
126 00 18 20 
255 30 

36 00 3 90 

30 00 85 

91 00 4 50 

. 190 80 

30 00 

371 00 

117 60 

4 30 

113 40 4 55 

18 00 

81 90 12 85 

151 20 16 15 
100 80 

. . 30 00 2 07 

42 00 2 95 

75 60 4 10 

84 00 5 10 

36 00 2 05 

81 90 9 60 

63 60 75 

58 20 

100 80 13 65 

113 40 4 60 

100 80 5 25 

143 92 

94 50 

126 00 4 75 

18 00 7 30 

117 60 2 80 

32 60 

113 40 

30 00 10 00 

147 00 16 60 

143 10 23 95 

7 20 18 15 

224 45 65 55 

134 75 3 80 

126 00 



McKenzie, C. L. T 
McKinnon, C. ... 
McKone, J. A. ... 
McLay, W. S. W. 
McLaughlin, A. B 
McMahon, F. O. 
McMillan, W. J. . 
McMillan, G. O. 
McMillan, R. J. 

McNab, F 

McNamara, E. . 
McPhail, W. J. . 
McPhail, A. C. . 
McPherson, P. G. 
McQuaig, H. W. 
McRae, J. C. ... 
McRoberts, J. H. W 
McWhorter, M. G. 
MacClement, W. T 
MacDonald, J. F. 
MacDonald, J. B. 
MacDougali; J. V. 
MacEwan, Edith 

Maclntyre, E 

Maclntyre, M. . . . 

Maclntyre, L 

MacKichan, P. 
MacKenzie, Annie 
MacKiJlop, O. M. . 
MacLaurin, J. L. , 
MacLean, A. E. 
MacLeod, M. A. . 
Macpherson, W. E. 
Macpherson, F. F. 
Macpherson, M. C. 
MacVannel, E. tt . . 

Madcof, J. L 

Madill, A. J 

Mahon, N. L 

Main, O 

Malcolm, G. W. . 

Manly, C. M 

Manson, S. H 

Marshall, M. T. 
Marshall, C. F. 

Marlin, L. A 

Martin, T. W. ... 
Martin, W. H. ... 

Martyn, H. G 

Matheson, J 

Mayberry, C. A. 

Mazinke, H 

Meade, Robert .... 
Menhennick, H. . . 
Merchant, F. W. . 
Menzies, L. P. ... 

Might, L 

Millard, L 

Miller, A. A 

Miller, G. A 

Miller, E 

Miller, M 



Services. Expenses, 

75 00 

27 00 2 85 

2 80 

161 00 

36 00 6 95 

95 90 3 20 

46 20 3 05 

90 50 

96 60 67 15 
70 40 

102 90 6 55 

36 00 3 60 

95 20 9 55 

18 00 

124 60 4 95 

47 75 

30 30 

117 60 12 60 

146 60 56 00 

132 17 20 45 

3 85 

55 20 

10 80 

231 00 26 45 

18 00 

81 90 13 80 

91 00 9 60 

15 00 

94 50 11 65 

117 60 10 40 

126 00 

91 00 8 30 
151 20 

62 80 

75 60 11 15 

35 

100 80 14 60 

36 30 

81 90 3 65 

2 10 

130 20 5 70 

42 00 

100 80 14 65 

81 90 8 75 

109 20 3 05 

92 40 12 65 
100 80 4 45 

134 40 

282 67 30 62 

50 00 32 75 

117 60 5 15 

102 90 7 00 

2 00 25 

100 80 10 15 

63 00 

109 20 6 65 

109 20 8 20 

100 80 6 20 

117 60 9 75 

184 95 

105 90 19 30 

81 90 56 35 



1917-18 



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105 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Departmental Examinations. — Continued. 



Examiners.— Continued. 



Mills, J. H. ... 
Mitchener, J. L 
Moffatt, W. J. 
Montgomery, M 
Moore, J. R. 
Moore, J. L. . 
Morgan, F. E. 
TMorgan, S. A. 
Morgan, M. E. 

Morton, C 

Morrison, Ed. 
Murdock, W. E 
Munro, J. F. 

Munro, M 

Murch, N. L. . 
Murphy, Edith 
Murray, O. H. 
Myer, A. N. ... 
Nelson, C. I. . 
Neville, A. B. 
Neville, K. P. R 
Ney, L. E. .. 
Nichol, S. W 
Norris, J. C. 
Norris, A. P. 
Norris, I. T. 
Norton, J. . 
Norton, M. M 
Nugent, Eleanor 
Noonan, A. . . . 
Oakley, M. G. 
O'Connell, M. . 
Odium, Elinor 
O'Grady, J. L. 
Oldham, Ida M 
O'Neil, M. J. . 
O'Neil, A. G. . 
O'Reilly, K. .. 
Ostrom, Ethel L 
Otto, G. S. ... 
Qwens, W. ... 
Overholt, A. M 
Pacey, M. J. . 
Packham, J. H 
Packenham, Wm 
Painter, A. J. . 
Park, H. G. .. 
Parlee, E. ... 
Parr, Sarah E. 
Passmore, S, F. 
Pattee, Mrs. Ada 
Patterson, W. J. 
Patterson, A. ... 
Patterson, Harriet 
Perdue, G. E. 
Percy, C. E. 
Perney, F. E. 
Perry, S. W. 
Perry, Peter 
Pickering, A. R 

Pickles, S. 

Pollard, J. H. 
8. P. A. 



Services. Expenses. 

138 60 

117 60 8 50 

109 20 3 30 

94 50 4 50 
89 60 

153 20 

100 80 14 05 

95 90 2 95 
55 70 

102 90 18 25 

163 80 3 30 

113 40 

92 40 

50 40 5 43 

113 40 

102 90 6 00 

102 90 8 15 

106 40 4 70 

100 80 

4 20 

36 00 9 96 

102 90 6 50 
100 80 

253 81 60 46 

100 80 15 95 

115 50 19 45 

18 00 

96 90 10 00 
121 80 18 55 
100 80 7 60 

168 60 

121 80 

99 40 5 20 

18 00 6 80 

102 90 7 60 

100 80 7 00 

15 00 1 50 

73 30 

113 40 20 35 

126 00 14 05 

117 60 1 80 

92 40 9 80 

100 80 18 05 

163 80 7 85 

150 00 

2 10 

75 80 

92 40 57 20 

15 00 

120 40 5 45 

134 40 8 80 

148 60 10 60 

235 20 33 60 

15 00 

75 90 

2 10 

99 60 

403 90 

113 40 4 25 

18 00 80 

2 10 

18 00 3 70 



Pounder, I. R. 
Power, Eva A. 
Prendergast, W 

Pride, A 

Pridham, C. I. . 

Pringle, G 

Pugh, H. C. ... 
Pugsley, E. ... 
Radcliffe, S. J. 
Raitt, H. G. ... 
Ramsey, C. 
Rand, W. E. . 
Rannie, M. R. 
Ranson, E. M. 
Reaman, G. E. 
Redmond, J. . 
Reed, G. H. 
Reid, Hazel I. 
Reid, Robert . 
Reid, G. A. ... 
Richardson, Kate 
Richardson, J. , 
Ricker, H. E. 
Ritchie, J. ... 
Robertson, J. C 
Robertson, A. E, 
Rochat, N. ... 
Rodgers, W. H. 
Robinson, F. A. 
Rose, R. C. 
Ross, Margaret E 
Ross, Margaret C 
Ross, J. F. 
Rowntree, A. E 
Rudleon, G. W. 
Runians, M. C. 
Russell, J. W. 
Rutherford, W. 
Salisbury, O. . 
Salter, W. J. 
Saunders, W. J. 
Sandiford, P. . 
Saunders, L. . 
Schmietendorf, 
iScanlon, M. G. 
Schooley, F. T 
Scott, Wm. . . . 
Scott, Jessie M 
Scott, R. C. 
Scovell, H. R. 
Seaton, E. T. . 
Seavey, J. R. 
Sexton, J. H. . 
Shannon, S. . 
Skirrow, W. A. 

Silcox, S 

Simpson, J. M. 
Sinclair, A. M. 
Sinclair, M. G. 

Sine, F 

Skinner, Kate C 
Slatter, A 



W 



H 



K 



Services. Expenses. 

186 20 

103 60 6 75 

97 50 

123 50 

92 40 5 30 

120 40 14 90 
100 80 4 80 

88 20 4 00 

80 60 28 60 
94 50 19 90 
18 35 

130 20 14 65 

70 

100 80 14 35 

113 40 7 85 

109 20 9 15 

100 80 

121 80 7 55 
109 20 13 85 

39 20 

75 60 12 65 

100 80 17 75 

48 65 

121 68 

311 20 29 43 

117 55 38 95 

113 40 

67 20 

100 80 

100 80 12 75 

94 50 9 35 

100 80 9 00 

134 40 7 50 

100 80 6 05 

220 60 37 80 

15 00 

113 40 5 35 

100 80 7 05 

113 40 7 50 
100 80 6 25 
163 80 11 55 

37 75 

102 90 8 55 

100 80 5 90 

94 50 

114 80 6 45 

91 20 

147 00 8 35 

100 80 15 90 

154 80 70 

81 70 

2 10 

92 40 7 80 
70 40 70 

106 40 

61 60 24 50 

113 40 5 95 

54 00 

122 00 6 10 
91 00 9 95 

95 20 4 30 
2 10 



ICG 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 

Examiners. — Continued, 





Services. Expenses. 




Services. Expenses. 


Slemon, E. T 


223 


30 


58 


80 


Twohey, W. J 


100 


80 


10 35 


Sliter, E. 


20 


80 




25 


VanDuzer, Mabel . . . 


81 


90 


8 35 


Smeaton, William . . 


100 


80 


19 


40 


Voaden, A 


198 


30 


23 69 


Smillie, M 


15 


00 






Vrooman, Agnes S. . 


121 


80 


8 65 


Smith, A. A 


92 


40 


"6 


50 


Walker, D. M 


174 


00 


28 40 


Smith, D. G 


100 


80 


10 


55 


Walker, H. C 


121 


80 


13 20 


Smith, M 


75 


60 


5 


95 


Walkom, D. T 


57 


00 


8 10 


Smith, L. C 


120 


40 


15 


25 


Walks, R. H 


15 


00 




Smith, H 


126 


00 


4 


30 


Wallen, E. J 


94 


50 


'20'35 


Smith, G. R 


113 


40 


9 


55 


Ward, A. L 


95 


20 


6 25 


Smith, R. W 


131 


90 


46 


50 


Waugh, J 


154 


50 




Snider, E. E 


105 


00 


4 


75 


W T ebb, R. D 


100 


80 


"4*60 


Somers, Mrs. J 


1 
117 


40 
60 






Weir, Julia 

Welsh, D. A 


81 
4 


90 
30 


7 75 


Somerville, T. C. ... 


13 


25 




Spotton, H. B 


42 


00 






Welsman, F. S 


20 


80 




Staples, L. E 


100 


80 


"5 


05 


Westervelt, J. W. ... 


9 


80 




Staples, E, E 


100 


80 


3 


85 


White, J. F 


55 


65 


46 25 


Staree, H. A 


2 


10 






White, M. R 


100 


80 


16 50 


Stenhouse, R 


113 


40 


i9 


io 


White, E. T 


79 


20 




Stevenson, A 


116 


30 


27 


05 


White, Lila K. G. ... 


75 


60 


"9'05 


Stevenson, L 


165 


20 


3 


50 


White, R. O 


93 


00 


8 75 


Stevenson, 0. J 


182 


25 


33 


95 


White, Margaret E. . 


100 


80 


17 05 


Stewart, J. H 


100 


80 


1 


00 


Whitley, L. R 


117 


60 


7 85 


Stinson, A 


102 


90 


14 


85 


Whitney, V. L 


117 


60 


7 35 


Stone, A. B 


75 


60 


8 


30 


Whyte, D 


112 


20 




Story, Gladys S 


95 


20 


10 


60 


Wightman, S 


109 


20 


"2'95 


Stothers, M. 


100 


80 


17 


90 


Wightman, R 


100 


80 




Strang, R. I 


94 


50 


4 


45 


Wildgust, H 




35 




Strachan, R. H 


42 


00 


2 


05 


Wilker, M. J 


100 


80 


' 2 35 


Strathdee, M, 


100 


80 


8 


85 


Wilkinson, J. H. ... 


1 


40 




Stuart, J. R 


27 

15 

121 


60 
00 
80 






Will, J. S 

Williams, E. J 

Williams, E 


91 70 

109 20 

69 00 


2 66 


Stuart, C. E 






7 15 


Stuart, F. A 


19 


15 




Stubbs, S. J 


99 
30 


60 

00 




'• 


Williams, W. H. ... 
Willson, A 


128 
121 


45 
80 




Stubbs, J. H 






Sullivan, E 


18 


00 


2 


66 


Wilson, W. A 


162 


00 


90 


Summers, C 


36 


00 


5 


05 


Wilson, E. A. R. V. . 


142 


80 


14 65 


Swedelius, B. F. 


157 00 


4 


10 


Wood, E. E 


224 


11 


57 65 


Taite, R 


100 


80 


6 


20 


Workman, J. G 


95 


90 




Tapscott, H. B 


113 
117 


40 
60 






Wren, J. 3 

Wright, Cassie 


99 40 
100 80 




Taylor, A 


i 


66 


"8'35 


Taylor, R. B 






23 4 


Wyman, E. M 


92 


40 


8 45 


Terryberry, H 


iii 


90 


10 


50 


Wyndham, Wm. B. . 


109 20 


1 50 


Theobald, G. R 


54 


30 






Young, E. T 


172 


20 




Tillson, A 


15 


00 






Young, Clara 


100 


80 


8 40 


Thompson, P. M 


92 


40 


ii 


85 


Young, M. C 


126 00 


8 60 


Tomkins, E. A 


117 


60 


19 


15 










Trace, C. M 


27 


50 






Contingencies: 








Traver, A 


113 


40 


i 


70 


Dom. Express Co., 


charges 


. 


9 00 


Trenaman, M. M. ... 


117 


60 


57 


85 


Postmaster, postage 


\ stamps . 


16 46 


Tucker, M. C 


109 


20 


6 


50 








1 


Alio 


wance for services re Departmental Examinations ($86.40 


) 






Ayers, M. H 


...... 




7 


20 


Nelson, C. I 






7 20 


Blacklock, J 







7 


20 


Norrish, V. E 






7 20 


Fraser, C. G 






7 


20 


Sinclair, R. J 







7 20 


Hanma, E. A 






7 


20 


Scott, B. S 






7 20 


Irwin, A. H 






7 


20 


Smith, ,S. L 






7 20 


Irwin, N. A 






7 


20 


Woodley, A. M 






7 20 




Allowance for Travelling Expenses ($9.70) 








Robertson, J 
















9 70 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



10? 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 

Allowance for services, 1Q17, A. H. Leake ($66.60) 



Leake, A. H. 



Bennett, J. M. 
Finn, J. P. 



Allowance to Inspectors in lieu of Examination Fees ($400.00) 

Jones, J. E. 



Postage, paper, printing and supplies for Departmental Examinations ($8,886.29) 



Brigdens Ltd., zinc etchings, etc. 
Bush, Chas., Ltd., printing inks 
Can. Customs, duty charges . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges. 
Carswell Co., Ltd., printing and 

binding 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books . . 
Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Gage, W. J., Co., book 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., portfolio . 
International Rly. Pub. Co., 

copy of guide 

King's Printer, distribution, 

printing and binding, 2,289.59; 

paper, 292.40; stationery, 

4,116.93; certificates, 169.15; 

directory, 10.00; half-tones, 

44.90 

Machon Sealing Wax Co., wax 
Macmillan Co., Ltd., books .... 
McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 
Methodist Book & Pub. Co., 

books 

Miller & Richards, printing 

supplies 



100 


00 


100 


00 


supp 


lies 


69 


91 


4 


00 


15 


00 


25 


60 


3 


45 


4 


00 


10 


60 


26 


73 




64 


25 


00 



Lee, W. J. 



1 00 



6,922 97 

150 00 

1 08 

990 00 

20 27 

56 66 



Multigraph Sales Co., Ltd., 
ribbons 

Ontario Soap & Oil Co., ben- 
zine, oil and waste 

Pinder, J., repairs to bags .... 

Porter Safety Seal Co., seals . . 

Rawlinson, M., Ltd., cartage . . 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
supplies, 20.60; repairs 13.45 

Royal Standard Typewriter Co., 
Ltd., typewriter, 111.58; sup- 
plies, 12.25; repairs, 21.00.. 

Shaw, Hugh, cartage 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., knife 
stone 

Toronto Rly. Co., car tickets . . 

Tyrrell, Win, & Co., Ltd., picture 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter, 100.00; supplies, 
3.25; repairs, 50c; rental of 
machine, 22.50 

University of Toronto, prepar- 
ing rooms for examinations 

Westman & Baker, repairing 
press 



66 60 



100 oo 
100 00 



3 95 

14 05 
12 65 
40 0O 

47 15 

34 05 



144 83 
3 00 


1 15 

20 00 
3 50 


126 25 


100 70 


8 10 



Assistants in connection with Departmental Examinations ($24,193.41) 



Addy, Mildred R 

Airth, Ethel 

Anderson, Mrs. L. G. 

Anglin, Arnold 

Balfour, Irene K 

Black, G. M 

Bogue, G. L 

Bolton, Alice J 

Bright, Olive 

Brown, Anna 

Bain, A 

Burns, Kathleen 

Burnham, A. M 

Clark, Alexander 

Connery, Harry 

Cooper, Marjorie 

Creighton, John 

Creighton, Dorothy 

Davis, Annie 

Dexter, Ida P 

Dies, Lila A 

Dies, R. M 1 

Doughty, Frank 

Edmonds, Eva 

Ferguson, Dorothy 

Fortier, Mildred A 

Galbraith, W 1 



247 


00 


40 


00 


687 


76 


64 


00 


58 


00 


832 


16 


358 


32 


175 50 


832 


16 


882 


24 


15 


60 


144 


00 


634 


88 


46 


00 


56 00 


202 


50 


44 


00 


672 


32 


857 


20 


210 


00 


656 


88 


,201 


92 


76 


00 


52 


00 


722 


50 


171 


00 



063 36 



Gardiner, Myrtle 

Gordon, P. K 

Hassard, Gladys 

Haughland, Annie . . . 

Holmes, Lena 

Humphreys, Winifred 

Jermyn, P. T 

Jones, Gertrude 

Jordan, Marguerite . . 

Kelly, Arthur 

Kerr, Vera 

Lamon, L. A 

Lawrence, Margaret . 
Leadbetter, Bruce . . . 

Longfield, Ethel 

Lyons, Gertrude 

McCammon, Florence 
McCormick, Hattie . . 

McDonald, J. G 

McGee, Mrs. Bertha . 
MacKenzie, Audry . . 
MacMillan, Dorothy . 
Magwood, Martha . . . 
Marshall, Mary E. . . 

Mitchell, Edna 

Molesworth, Eva E. . 
Nesbitt, Mary E. 



195 75 

40 50 

46 00 

306 00 

40 00 

857 20 

43 50 

126 00 

120 00 

150 00 

819 76 

108 00 

46 00 

138 00 

112 75 

687 76 

46 00 

36 0O 

105 00 

373 50 

373 50 

96 00 

40 00 

102 0O 

687 76 

832 16 

333 00 



108 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 



Assistants in connection with Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 



Paul, Victoria 676 24 

Plewes, Doris W 94 00 

Ramsay, Millicent F 207 00 

Riddle, Winifred C 276 75 

Rolling, Walter 120 00 

Scott, Lillian 232 00 

Sheridan, CM 687 76 

Short, John A 87 50 

Short, Gladys 672 32 

Smith, Dorothy 173 25 



Smith, Kathleen . . . 

Sutton, Meda 

Thomson, G 

Truax, Una 

Vinning, Charlotte 

Wallace, Olga 

Ward, Jean 

White, Frank L. . . 
Willmot, Constance 



Scholarships known as the Carter Scholarships ($5,000.00) 



County of — 
Brant— 

1 Smith, Lewis V. . , 

2 Hand, Clarence H. 

3 Parsons, Edith P. 

Bruce— 

1 Harris, Harold W. 

2 Durst, Lorna M. . . 

3 Bush, Stella A. . . 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



Dundas, Stormont and Glengarry — 

1 Raymond, B 100 00 

2 Simpson, C 60 00 

3 Norris. I. D 40 00 



Lambton— 

1 Gibb, Moyna B. 

2 Barber, Alex. S. 

3 Bell, Alex. D. . 



Lanark — 

1 Patterson, Francis 

2 Hart, Hubert R. . 

3 Scott, Paul A. ... 



Leeds — 

1 Landry, Rena M 

2 McKeever, Mabel E. ... 

3 Ritchardson, H. Arthur 
Leggett, E. Georgina . . . 



114 00 
687 76 
216 00 
332 00 
666 32 
150 75 
672 32 
168 00 
94 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
20 00 
20 00 



Elgin— 

1 MacPherson, Grace 

2 Johnston, R. C 

3 Learn, Bruce C 


100 00 
60 00 
40 00 


Essex— 




1 Vrooman, Kathleen 

2 Setterington, Ona A. ... 

3 Cox, Vera M 


100 00 
60 00 
40 00 


<Grey— 

1 Broughton, Robert 

2 Goldblatt, Ray 

3 Mclntyre, A. F 


100 00 
60 00 
40 00 


ffaldimand— 




1 Moote, Dorothy M 

2 Poland, Gordon W 

3 Kindree, J. Sheldon . . . 


100 00 
60 00 
40 00 


Hastings— 

1 Tuttle, Edith A 


100 00 


2 McLellan, M. M 


60 00 


3 Welsh, Royal S 


40 00 


Huron— 




1 James, Edna 

2 McGregor, Katherine 

3 Hess, Flora 


. . 100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



Jtent— 

1 Mitchell, John C 100 00 

2 Plewes, Doris W 60 00 

3 Muckle, Leta 40 00 



Middlesex— 

1 Anderson, Chester . 

2 Brown, Corbin A. . 

3 Sabine, Catherine M. 

Ontario — 

1 Mounce, Aubrey . . . 

2 Mustard, M 

3 Kennedy, Margaret 



Oxford— 

1 Millar, Margaret A. 

2 Izzard, Edna W. . . 

3 McAlpine, Kenneth 

Perth— 

1 Oddy, Harold G. . . 

2 Dickinson, Clarence 

3 Henry, Eva M 



Renfrew— 

1 Clements, Allie 

2 Mathieson, Ma.rjorie 

3 Shaw, Edna L 



Simcoe— 

1. Fox, Hilda L. . . . 

2 Prentice, Geo. T. 

3 Robinson, N. Ray 

Toronto— 

1 Phillips, Chas. E. 

2 Chant, Elizabeth 

3 Fair, Geo. L 



100 00 
60 00 

40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



100 00 
60 00 
40 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



109 



EDUCATION.- 


—Continued. 




Scholarships known 


as the Carter Scholarships.— Continued. 




Waterloo — 




Wentworth— 




1 Brubacher, Sheldon 

2 Reid, Jessie A 


100 00 
60 00 
40 00 

100 00 
60 00 

40 00 


1 Terryberry, Wilfred 

2 Croft, J. Randolph 

3 Pearl Mary J 


100 00 
60 00 


3 Shatz, Stanley M 


40 00 


Welland— 

1 Radford, Alicia 


York— 

1 Clapson, William 


100 00 


2 Streets, Chas. W 


2 Atkinson. Edith 

3 Fairies, J. Reta 




3 Wismer, Kenneth L 


60 00 
40 00 


Wellington — 








1 Anderson, Mary E 

2 Mahoney, Helen L 

3 Ryan, Eva M 


100 00 
60 00 
40 00 







Extra services in connection with Departmental Examinations as directed by order of 
the Lieut.-Governor in Council ($500.00) 



Anglin, R. W. 



250 00 



Croskery, R. A. 



250 00 



Extra services of professional and supervising: boards of examiners as directed by the 
Lieut. -Governor in Council ($1 700.00) 



Anglin, R. W. . 
Croskery, R. A. 
Hoag, J. P. ... 
Merchant, F. W. 



150 00 Seath, John 500 OO 

150 00 Spotton, H. B 150 W 

150 00 Waugh, John 300 Oft. 

300 00 ^. 



General Editor of Text Books ($4,700.00) 

J. E. Wetherell : Twelve months' salary as Editor 3,400 Ofr 

E. T. Denison: do Assistant Editor 1,300 0O 



Preparation of Text Books ($13,590.33) 



Britnell, Alt>ert, books 

Buchanan, M. A., services pre- 
paring text books 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Clarke Bros. & Co., text books 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books... 

Dept. of Agriculture, Ottawa, 
registration of books 

Dunlop, W. J., services revis- 
ing history course 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., books 

Educational Book Co., Ltd., 
printing and inserting maps 
of Ontario in Ontario School 
Geography 

Ewing, Nina, services prepar- 
ing text books 

Gage, W. J., & Co., Ltd., books. . 

Goggin, D. J., services, inspect- 
ing paper 

Hamilton Herald Pub. Co., ad- 
vertising 

Hamilton Spectator, advertising 

Hamilton Times Pub. Co., ad- 
vertising 

Hamilton, D. E., services pre- 
paring text books 

Heath, D. C, & Co., books 

Hicks, R. K., services prepar- 
ing text books, 20.00; trav. 
expenses, 15.80 



8 35 

20 00 

40 

87 

5 01 

5 00 

75 00 
3 12 



223 73 

25 00 

4 71 

200 00 

9 00 

9 00 

9 00 

20 00 

4 34 



35 80 



Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., 
books 

Holt, Hy., & Co., books 

Johnson, G., services prepar- 
ing text books 

Karr, W. J., services prepar- 
ing text books 

Kerr, M., services preparing 
text books 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery. 26.60; maps and in- 
serts, 67.50; directory, 10.00; 
half-tones, 1,102.41; printing 
and binding, 9,017.07; paper, 
320.31 

Kingston Standard Pub. Co., 
advertising 

London Advertiser, advertising 

London Free Press, advertis- 
ing 

Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
book 

Macpherson, W. E., services 
preparing text books 

McMaster, M. H., postage 
stamps 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing manuals, books 

Ottawa Citizen Pub. Co., adver- 
tising 



2 W 

48 

70 79 

100 00 
100 00 



10,543 


89 


9 
9 


00 
0<* 


9 


00 


1 


40 


100 OO 


221 


44 


549 


21 


9 


OO 



110 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Preparation'of Text Books.— Continued. 



Ottawa Journal Pub. Co., adver- 
tising 9 00 

Patterson & Heward, side 

stamps for book cover 130 00 

Pickles, S., photographic sup- 
plies 8 00 

Powell, A., services preparing 
text books 20 00 

Putnam, J. M., services prepar- 
ing text books 100 00 

Jlobertson, Enid, services pre- 
paring text books 25 00 

ISealey, E. M., services prepar- 
ing text books 72 10 

Seavey, J. R., photo prints 18 25 

SmalLpiece, H. E., advertising. 36 00 

Strand, Margaret, typing manu- 
scripts 44 16 



Stuart, J. R., services prepar- 
ing text books . 

Swedelious, B. F., services pre- 
paring text books 

Toronto Daily ^Siar, advertise 
ing 

Toronto Mail & Empire, adver- 
tising 

Toronto Daily Neivs, advertis- 
ing 

Toronto Globe, advertising .... 

Toronto World, advertising . . . 

Toronto Evening Telegram, ad- 
vertising 

United Typewriter Co., supplies 
and inspections 

University (Pub. Co., text books 

Walks, R. H., services prepar- 
ing text books 



100 00 


20 00 


90 


00 


90 


00 


75 
90 
75 


00 
00 
00 


90 00 


11 

2 


50 

79 



100 00 



Queen's University, Kingston, grant in aid of education of teachers ($12,000.00) 

Treasurer, Queen's University, grant 12,000 00 

^Professional Training of First Class Teachers and High School Assistants ($15,000.00) 

iBursar, University of Toronto, grant 15,000 00 

Grants to Teachers engaged in Model School Training at Hamilton, London, 
Stratford, North Bay, Peterborough, Ottawa and Toronto ($19,035.00) 



Hamilton— 

Strathcona School: — 
Manning, A. E. (Principal) 

Banting, E. L 

Brown, J. C 

Dickson, E 

Finlayson, E 

Henderson, A. J 

Jamieson, M 

Kappele, E 

McCallum, J. W 

McKenzie, E 

McKenzie, K 

Medley, M. B 

Mitchell, C 

Montgomery, M 

Hiock, E. V 

•Sadler, C. M 

'Sellar, A 

Stannard, M 



Xxuidon— 

Simcoe St. School: — 
"Wallace, W. (Principal) 

Buckle, M 

"Fawkes, Z., 

Fisher, F 

Hodges, A 

ILancaster, E 

•Opper, W. E 

Kodgers, D 

Skelton, M 

Summers, G 

Walton, J 



300 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



300 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



Tecumseh St. School: — 
Parkinson, J. T. (Principal) 

Brenton, Clara 

Eastman, K 

Fleming, M 

Ingamellas, E 

McNaughton, C 

Wortley St. School:— 

Johnstone, E 

Knott, E. A , 

Wyatt, W. B 

North Bay- 
Queen Victoria School: — 
Stewart, J. B. (Principal) . 

Armitage, A 

Collins, M. F 

Haugh, E 

Hunter, C 

Kelsall, M 

King, G 

Mayhew, R. E 

Ogram, J 

Phillips, A 

Spackman, G 

King Edward School: — 
Lowery, J. H. (Principal) . 

Deneau, N. M 

Ferguson, B 

Johnston, N. E 

Levey, E. G 

Murday, V 

Sangster, W 

Trenouth, E 

White, V 



250 00 
150 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 

200 00 
200 00 
250 00 



35 00 
9 38 
75 00 
75 00 
28 13 
56 24 
75 00 
75 00 
65 62 
75 00 
75 00 

75 00 
75 00 
18 76 
75 00 
75 00 
75 00 
75 00 
46 87 
75 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Ill 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Grants to Teachers engaged in Model School Training at Hamilton, London, 
Stratford, North Bay, Peterborough, Ottawa and Toronto. — Continued. 



Ottawa- 
Cambridge St. School: — 

Denny, J. D 

Acheson, M. P. 

Grassick, D. C 

Hill, N. M, 

Elgin St. School.— 

Clarke, T. E. (Principal) . 

Dobbie, J. Grace 

Nash, Ruby C 

Pharoah, W. Roy 

Robertson, G. C 



Peterborough- 
Central School: — 

Downey, R. F. (Principal) 

Armstrong, M. V 

Bennet, E 

Cadwell, L. C 

Colling, L» 

Gordon, E. M 

Peters, A. E 

Shearer, L 

Thomlinson, E 

Queen Alexandra School: 

Yenney, H. A. (Principal) 

Adams, C 

Cameron, A. H 

Dearborn, F. H 

Morrow, E. M 

Morrow, N 

Rummings, J. M 

Ross, M 

Thompson, B. L 



250 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 

250 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



250 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 

250 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



Stratford— 

Brunswick School: — 

McGregor, M. (Principal) .. 250 00 

Chalmers, P 200 00 

Rutherford, M 200 00 

Skelton, M 200 00 

Tuttle, K 200 00 

Romeo School: — 

Slaughter, G 300 00 

Esson, 1 200 00 

Frank, B 200 00 

Garden, F 200 00 

Gaudy, J 200 00 

Johnston, A. J 200 00 

Johnston, J 200 00 

McKenzie, R 200 00 

Munro, M 2uO 00 

Pass, B 200 00 

Thompson, E 200 00 

Walker, L 200 00 

Woods, M 100 00 

Toronto — 

Church St. School:— 

Armstrong, Blanch 

Baskerville, Nellie 

Bothwell, Florence 

Davis, Mabel E 

McCaughrin, Mattie 

Mcintosh, R. J 

Victoria St. School: — 

Anthes, F. C 

Hannah, W. D 

Lavis, Grant 

Longthorne, P 

Shaw, L. M 

Sullivan, Hazel 



75 00 


75 00 


75 00 


75 00 


75 00 


75 00 


75 00 


75 00 


75 00 


75 00 


75 00 


75 00 



Temporary Teachers, Normal and Model Schools, in case of illness 
or on leave ($252.00) 



'Services at 3.00 per diem 

Chapman, L 

Cheyney, E. B 

Cunningham, M 



126 00 

3 00 

15 00 



Leacock, A. M. 
McCuaig, E. M. 
Plewes, I. M. . 
(Sills, J 



24 00 
6 00 
6 00 

72 00 



Allowance to Pearl Webster, for services re North Bay Normal School ($25.00) 
Webster, Pearl 25 00 



Special Grants to Art Department and Teachers in Art in Public, Separate, and 
Continuation Schools and Contingencies ($730.00) 



Anderson, G 

Austin, Jean 

Cobalt P. S. Board 

Humberside P. S. Board 
London, P. S. Board .... 
Loriman, L. G 



40 00 Mulveney, Mary C 

40 00 Owen Sound P. S. Board . 

20 00 Port Colborne P. S. Board 

20 00 Prescott P. S. Board 

30 00 Scott, Mrs. E. M 

40 00 Shannon, L 



60 00 
40 00 
20 00 
20 00 
40 00 
120 00 



112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



| Special Grants to Art Department and Teachers in Art in Public, Separate, and 
Continuation Schools and Contingencies. — Continued. 



Shaw, Helen H 


40 00 


Thorold P. S. Board 

Whelan, J 

Whiting, Lillian 


20 00 
40 00 


Smith, B 


40 00 


Smith, Helen D 


40 00 

20 00 


40 00 


Steelton P. S. Board 







Grants to School Boards, Supervisors and Teachers, to encourage courses of 
music in Public and Separate Schools ($650.00) 



Gallins, E 

Hughes, M 

Inningworth, H. E 

Leamington P. S. Board 

Magee, C 

Marshall, P. G 

McKenzie, A , 

Neeoroft, M 



40 00 Owen Sound P. S. Board 

40 00 Rees, L 

40 00 Shaw, J 

20 00 Spence, C. R 

40 00 Tedd, E 

40 00 Toronto P. S. Board 

40 00 Wallaceburg R. C. S. S. Board 
40 00 



20 00 
60 00 
40 00 
60 00 
60 00 
90 00 
20 00 



Grants for Equipment, Rural Public School Boards, for use of Schools for 
Observation Purposes ($2,000.00) 



The Trustees, P. 8. Section: 

8 Ancaster 

5 Barton 

Burlington Beach 

Downey 

do 

do 

B. Ferris 

Gloucester 

do 

Nepean 



14 Nepean 

100 00 16 Otonabee 

100 00 3 Smith 

100 00 5 do 

100 00 2 Vaughan & Markham 

100 00 7 Westminster 

100 00 4 do 

100 00 15 do 

50 00 5 Widdifield 

50 00 4 York 

100 00 5 do 



100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



Grants to Teachers in Rural Public Schools used for observation purposes ($4,000.00) 



E. 



200 00 

200 00 

200 00 

200 00 

200 00 

125 00 

200 00 

Grainyer, G 200 00 

Hamilton, S 200 00 

Howlett, C 200 00 

Innes, M. H 200 00 



Auckland, N. 
Boatty, M. A 
Becton, M. . 
Binnie, C. . . 
Bradshaw, 
Brown, E. 
Fennell, V 



Klinck, M. I. 
MacLean, K. 
McCully, M. 
Munro, R. . 
Nesbitt, L. . 
Rose, E. L. 
Shaw, R. J. 

Sills, J 

Styles, G. G. 
Weyley, R. . 
Yates, H. .. 



200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 

75 00 
200 00 
200 00 

50 00 
150 00 
200 00 
200 00 



Travelling expenses of N. S. Students to Rural Public Schools for nature 

study ($2,262.84) 



Brantford & Hamilton Elec. 
Ry., car tickets 

Casselman, A. C, trav. ex- 
penses of students 281 10 

Cole, J., livery hire 332 00 

Dom. Power & Transmission 
Co.. railway fares of students 

Hamilton & Barton Incline 
Ry., fares 

Hamilton & Dundas Elec. Ry., 
car tickets 

Hamilton Radial Elec. Ry., car 

tickets 

Hamilton St. Ry. Co., car 
tickets 



7 50 



33 00 



15 00 



10 00 



77 50 



40 00 



Landreville, M., livery hire 38 50 

London & Lake Erie Ry., fares 64 40 
London & Port Stanley Ry. Co., 

fares 150 00 

London St. Ry. Co., car tickets 30 00 

Middleton, S., livery hire 361 00 

Ottawa Elec. Ry. Co., car tick- 
ets 144 25 

Sinclair, J., livery hire 7 00 

St. Germain & Fraas, bus tick- 
ets 12 95 

Toronto & York Radial Ry., car 

tickets 658 64 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



m 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Grants to Public School Inspectors for services re visits to Public Schools of 
Normal School students and masters ($200.00) 



Ballard, W. H. 
Campbell, A. L. 
Craig, T. A. . . 
Dowsley, W. C. 
Edwards, C. B. 



20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 



Jordan, A. A. 
Robinson, J. B. 
Smith, J. H. 
Thompson, iP. 



20 00 
20 00 
40 00 

20 00 



Special Lectures in Rural and Urban Schools, including travelling expenses<($2, 176.01) 



Beall, A. W., services as lect- 
urer, 1,521.75; trav. expenses, 

544.20 2065 95 

Hodder & Stoughton book 61 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 44.43; 
paper, 8.11 52 54 



Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
books 1 59 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
book / 182 

Postmaster, postage stamps ... 53 50 



School Gardens for Normal Schools ($395.69) 



Andrew, J. A., bulbs, plants, 
and seeds 

Aitchison, D., & Co., lumber . . 

Bruce, J. A., & Co., seeds 

Cooper, J., services at 2.50 per 
diem 

Cotterell, A. A., services plow- 
ing at 5.00 per diem 

Dominion Seed Co., Ltd., seeds 

Dufaure, J., manure 

Duncan Ferguson Co., boxes . . 

Graham Bros., seeds 

Hadrill, H. T., shrubs 

Kalbfleisch Planing Mill, lum- 
ber 



54 


99 


23 


49 


33 


15 


26 


40 


5 


00 


9 


80 


19 


50 


2 


50 


34 


52 


12 


25 



60 40 



Lord & Burnham Co. Ltd., sash 
frames 

Marchment, S. W., manure 

Patterson & Orossfleet, lumber 

Peterborough Floral Co., veg- 
etable plants 

Rankin, R., seeds 

Rennie, Wm, Ltd., seeds 

Simmers, J. A., seeds and 
shrubs 

Steele Briggs Seed Co., seeds, 
lime, paris green 

Tough, H., services plowing at 
80c per hr 

Whyte, D., trav. expenses 

Williams, C. V., lumber 



43 


75 


i 


00 


3 


55. 




90 


5 


60 


1 


60 



9 10 

25 59 

7 00 
2 35 
9 25 



McClelland, Goodchild & Stew 
art, books 



Reference books for Normal School Libraries ($92.91) 

72 3."» 



Methodist Book & Pub House, 
books 



20 5G. 



Bulletins on Educational Matters, preparation, distribution and 
contingencies ($1,342.80) 



King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery, 207.00; paper, 344.06; 
printing and binding, 394.74.. 945 80 



McMaster, M. H., postage 

stamps 385 00 

Worth Engineering Co., repair- 
ing addressing machine .... 12 00 



Experiments in Rural Schools, Medical and Dental Inspection, and 
contingencies ($9.04) 



King's Printer, distribution, printing and binding 



9 04 



Allowance to Women's Institute, Provincial Medical Inspection Committee for 

repayment of disbursements in connection with Dental and Medical Clinics 

at Rural Schools ($25.00) 



Treasurer, Women's Institute, Forest Dental Clinic 



25 00 



Special Travelling Expenses for County and other Inspectors ($88.84) 
Merchant, F. W 88 84 



114 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Refyling Official Departmental Correspondence, services and contingencies ($416.37) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery, guides and folders 416 37 

Grant to P. S. Section, Union No. 4, Humphrey and Conger ($50.00) 

Trustees, P. S. Section, Union No. 4, Humphrey and Conger, grant 50 00 

Fees, board and travelling expenses of teachers=in=training who have enlisted 
for Overseas service ($130.73) 

Strainers, Carmen E 130 73 

Allowance to Ernest Harold Balnes, for services as lecturer and travelling 

expenses ($100.00) 
Raines, E. H 100 00. 



Normal and Model Schools, Toronto. 

Salaries ($66,163.19) 

William Scott: Twelve months' salary as Principal 3.400 00 

Bl J. Keyes: do Department Master 2,760 00 

Win. Prendergast: do do 2,760 00 

D. Whyte: do do 2,700 00 

R. H. Walks: do do 2,500 00 

S. J. Stubbs: Seven: do do 1,318 91 

Auta Powell: Twelve do Drawing Master 1,&80 00 

Guy de Lestard : do French Master 300 00 

A. T. Cringan: do Music Master 1,880 00 

R. W. Murray: Two do Head Master, Model School 463 92 

M. A. Sorsoliel: Eight do do do 1,470 76 

do Arrears of salary, 1916-17 100 00 

do Four months' salary as Assistant, Boys' Model School 624 00 

T. Mustard: Twelve do do do 1,880 00 

P. McCordick: do do do 1,800 00 

1. Richardson: do do do 1,240 00 

J. B. Montgomery : Seven do do do 865 38 

If. Meehan: Two do Head Mistress, Girls' Model School 312 20 

If. K. Caulfield: Twelve do do do 1,352 02 

A. P. Laven: do Assistant, do 1,280 00 

C. E. Kniseley: do do do 1,280 00 

A. Harding: do do do 1,280 00 

Jessie I. Cross : Seven do do do 630 00 

If. Thompson : Twelve do Pianist 250 00 

Arthur F. Hare: do Writing Master 500 00 

Jean Somers: do Instructor in Calisthenics, Girls' 

/ Model School 700 00 

Emma McBeth : do Instructor in Sewing 700 00 

M. W.Brown: do Instructor in Reading 500 00 

If. Mclntyre : do Director of Kindergarten 1,880 00 

13. Cody: do Assistant do .... 1,430 00 

Lillian B. Harding: do Primary Teacher 1,280 00 

J. H. Wilkinson: do Instructor in Manual Training . . 1,880 00 

G. Ia Manson: do Clerk and Stenographer 900 00 

N. A. Ewing: do Instructor of Household Science 1,430 00 

Chas. Soady: do Supervisor of Buildings and 

Grounds 1,350 00 

J. Boasi : do Gardener 1,050 00 

Win. Noble: Four do Fireman and Watchman 348 00 

Geo. Chandler: Eight do do 668 00 

W. J.MoCleary: Twelve do Carpenter 950 00 

Thos. Mannell : do Fireman 900 00 

Geo. Walton: do Labourer on Grounds 1,200 00 

TP. Hunt: do do 900 00 

R. J. Beeman: do Janitor, Normal School 875 00 

EL Knox: do do do 725 00 

Chas. Maddocks: do Janitor, Boys' Model School H5 00 

B. Simpson: do do Girls' do 725 00 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



115 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal and Model Schools, Toronto.— Continued. 



Sorsoliel, M. A. 
Mustard, T. . . 



Allowance for extra services ($349.92) 



200 00 
100 00 



Hare, A. F. 



49 92 



Extra services and additional teachers owing to increased attendance of students and 
absence of members of staff on military duty ($2,267 54) 



Cross, Jessie I., services as as- 
sistant, girls' model school, at 
90.00 per month 450 00 

Fraser, L., services as assistant 
in kindergarten at 2.50 per 
diem 107 50 

Hollinger, Sgt. -Major J., ser- 
vices as drill instructor .... 150 03 

Montgomery, J. E., services as 



assistant, boys' model school 

at 116.00 per month 580 00 

Mustard, T., services as drill 

instructor 100 00 

Stubbs, S. J., services as dept. 

master at 166.00 per month.. 830 00 
Wilson, Sergt. J. A., services 

drill instructor 50 01 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($1,998.43) 



Bell Telephone Co., Ltd., rent of 
instrument 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., telegram . . 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., stationery 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., annuals . . 

Gage, W. J., & Co., Ltd., station- 
ery 

Hendry, G M., Co., Ltd., ink 
well and stationery 

Higgins, J. J., rent of plants.. 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 206.28; 
paper, 29.06; directory, 10.00; 
examination books and sta- 
tionery, 637.86 

Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
books 

Marshall, Mrs. E., services as 
charwoman at 1.97 per diem, 
179.29, at 2.99 per diem, 
499.08 

McClelland, Goodchild & iStew- 
fcrt, book 



89 


25 




26 


93 


83 


1 


20 


45 


36 


11 70 


20 


00 



883 20 



1 92 



678 37 



9 82 



McClelland, Mrs. G. B., services 
as pianist 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
book 

Moyer, E. N., Co., construction 
paper 

Newsome, W. B., & Co., blotting 
paper 

Pickard, W. J., cartage ,. 

Simpson, Robt, Co., Ltd., medi- 
cal supplies 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
tanglefoot 

Toronto Evening Telegram, ad- 
vertising 

Toronto Globe, advertising . . . 

Toronto Mail and Empire, ad- 
vertising 

Toronto News, advertising .... 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

Toronto World, advertising . . . 

United Typewriter Co., repairs 



10 00 


50 


00 


4 


10 


13 


33 


3 


36 


4 


60 


2 


53 


1 


80 


11 


08 


10 


00 


10 


00 


10 


92 


20 


00 


10 


00 


1 


80 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($985.71) 



Art Metropole, tube of paint . 13 

Boston Laundry, laundryiing . . 48 78 
Brown Bros., Ltd., paper and 

brushes 15 00 

City Dairy Co., Ltd., milk 

tickets 5 00 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., spoons . . 97 
Hendry, Geo. M„ Co., Ltd., ap- 
paratus and supplies 178 53 

McKay School Equipment Co., 

Ltd., apparatus 108 92 

Pearsall, Geo., & Son, hardware 44 78 

Pendrie, A. J., groceries 16 22 



Simpson, Robert, Co., Ltd., flan- 
nelette, towelling, etc 177 09 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
soap, lime, etc 14 35 

Stewart, R. H., groceries and 
provisions 49 00 

Tugwell, H. C, & Co., Ltd., 
camera kits 1 20 

Whyte, D., eggs 24 62 

Williamson, Wm„ lumber 168 07 

Williams, C. B., & Co., Ltd., 
, lumber 133 05 



Precautions against fire, Educational Buildings, Toronto, including Watchman's salary ($900.00) 
Cowan, John: Twelve months' salary as Watchman 900 00 



116 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Normal and Model Schools, Toronto.— Continued. 
Text and blank books for Model School pupils ($825.00) 



Briggs, Wm, grammars 6 72 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., spellers. 50 04 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., readers . . 19 59 
Educational Book Co., Ltd., 

Dooks 40 56 

Gage, W. J., & Co., Ltd., books 61 51 



King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, exercises and note 
books 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, geo- 
graphies 



613 94 



32 64 



Supplies for Kindergarten ($345.99) 



Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., sup- 
plies 262 80 

King's Printer, distribution, 

printing 72 

McKay School Equipment, Ltd., 

pictures, songs, crayons, etc. 64 95 



Rennie, Wm., Co 
mas decorations . 

Simpson, Robert, Co 
bons, paper, etc. 



Ltd., Christ- 
Ltd., rib- 



12 25 
5 27 



Annual Grant in aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School games ($100.00) 

Sorsoliel, M. A., grant . 100 00 

Annual grant for rink ($50.00) 

Scott, Wm., grant 50 00 

Toronto Board of Education ($750.00) 

Board of Education, Toronto, use of School for students in training 750 00 



Fuel, light and power ($8,640.86) 



Burns, P., & Co., Ltd., 5V 2 tons 
cannel coal at 12.00 per ton, 
1 ton nut coal at 10.60 per 
ton; 26 tons 410 lbs. egg coal 
at 10.00 per ton, 222 tons 580 
lbs. at 10.60 per ton, 67 tons 
530 lbs. at 10.80 per ton; 109 
tons 850 lbs. soft coal at 
10.00 per ton, 107 tons 1,210 
lbs. at 10.50 per ton, 63 tons 
1,550 lbs. at 9.85 per ton, 4 



tons at 9.50 per ton, 4 tons 400 
lbs. at 8.75 per ton, 4 tons 
200 lbs. at 9.55 per ton; 53 
tons 580 lbs. grate coal at 9.85 
per ton, 56 tons 150 lbs. at 

10.00 per ton 7,463 13 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas 171 20 

Fayle, V. P., allowance for 

meals re weighing of coal . . 17 50 
Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 

light, 640.81; power, 384.22.. 989 03 



Grenadier Ice & Coal Co., ice . 



Water ($812.36) 

51 72 Toronto Water Works 
water 



Dept, 



760 64 



Furniture and furnishings ($730.89) 



C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 
Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., desk chair 

and linoleum 

Gearing, Thomas V., contract, 

supplying 2 cupboards 

Gourlay, Winter & Leeming, 

Ltd., hire of piano 

Hendry, G. M., Co., Ltd., desks, 

106.60; blinds, 2.00 

Hustwitt, A. S,, Co., Ltd., basket 
McGann & Naylor, remaking 

cushions 



1 30 

131 90 

86 00 

13 00 

108 60 
1 75 

9 85 



Mills, W. J., chairs and tables. 18 75 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co., book- 
case sections 37 00 

Simpson, Robert, Co., Ltd., rugs, 

desk chair, etc 306 24 

Toronto Hydro-Electric, heater. 7 25 

Yokes Hardware Co., Ltd., 

scoops 1 75 

Williams, R. S., & Sons, Ltd., 

cartage and rental of piano . 7 50 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



nr 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal and Model Schools, Toronto.— Continued. 

Expenses of grounds, including wages of extra labourers and supplies ($716.18) 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., saws 

' and axe 

Carter's Tested Seeds, grass 
seed 

Fenwick, W. H., cartage of 
ashes at 200.00 per annum, 
83.00, at 300.00 per annum, 
250.00 

Gearing, Thomas V., labour re 
erection of stand 

Pearsall, Geo., & Son, garden 
tools, etc 



9 


30 


7 


30 


333 


33 


8 


SS 


9 


45 



Picard, W. J., services clearing 

snow 30 13 

Miller, B. W., plants, seeds, etc. 199 14 
Rennie, Wm., Co., Ltd., bulbs.. 76 50 
Simpson, Robert, Co., Ltd., 

shovels and pick handles . . 12 65 
Toronto Nurseries, shrubs and 

trees 14 00 

Vokes Hardware Co., Ltd., wheel 

barrow, etc 15 50 



Wages of Porters, extra Firemen and Labourers on grounds ($6,413.76) 
Pay lists, wages of men 6,413 76 



Scrubbing, cleaning and supplies ($2,043.81) 



Advance Oil & Supply Co., 

sweeping compound 8 05 

Boston Laundry, laundrying . . 40 73 
Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., floor oil 113 18 
C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . 1 00 

Card, Wm., & Son, services re 

extermination of rats 25 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges 50 

Earthquake Carpet Cleaning 

Co., cleaning carpets 40 80 

Invalid Soldiers' Commission, 

brooms 13 50 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 

brooms 13 50 



18 28 



Ontario Soap & Oil Co., Ltd,. 

soap and cleaning compound. 375 19 
Pay lists, wages of charwomen 1,277 00 
Pullan, E, Co., Ltd., wipers, etc. 28 00 
Queen. City Sales Co., brooms 

and dusters 

Queen City Carpet Cleaning Co., 

cleaning rugs 

Simmers, J. A., tanglefoot .... 
Simpson, Robert, Co., Ltd., 

cheesecloth, pails, soap, etc.. 

Squire, T. W., bon ami 

Stewart & Wood, liquid granite 
World Beater Polish Mfg. Co., 

metal polish 3 20 



11 


94 


1 


75 


65 


44 




50 


6 


25 



Repairs, including material, incidentals, etc. ($433.20) 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., hard- 
ware 

Ashall, Wm., care of clocks . . 

Beaver Brass Co., Ltd., repairs 
to locks 

Boiler Repair & Grate Bar Co., 
air valves 

Can. Oil Co., Ltd., oil 

Gearing, Thomas V., erecting 
and removing stands for an- 
nual games 

Gourlay, Winter & Leeming, 
tuning pianos 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., 
Ltd., steam hose 



7 00 
131 04 

5 10 

10 80 
38 75 



32 65 
31 00 



13 73 



Marshall's Drug Co., drugs . . . 

Meredith, Thos., & Co!, Ltd,, 
hardware 

Ontario Lime Co., Ltd., lime . 

Pearsall, G., & Son, hardware, 
etc 

Richmond, Wm., Co., repairing 
and making keys 

Simpson, Robert, Co., Ltd., hard- 
ware 

Smith, C. T., services decorating 

Torrance, A., & Co., services 
whitewashing boiler room . . 

Wentworth & Restall, excelsior 

Williams, C. B., lumber 



75 

6 15 
1 35 

38 87 

10 55 



20 


73 


15 


00 


58 


00 


3 


01 


8 


72 



Enclosing skating rink ($43.35) 

Gearing, Thomas V., time and material 



43 35 



Wages of Night Fireman and Watchman ($875.00) 
Thompson, J., Twelve months'- salary as Night Fireman and Watchman 



875 00 



Uniforms for Guards. Attendants, etc. ($14.00) 



Greer Bros., trousers 



14 00 



118 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa. 

Salaries ($41,990.22) 

J. F. White: Twelve months' salary as Principal , 3,400 00. 

W. J. Karr: do Department Master 2,700 00 

J. W. Forbes : do do 2,400 00 

G.A.Miller: do do 2,400 00 

F. A. Jones: Seven do do 1,615 12 

R. F. Fleming: Twelve do Drawing Master 1,880 00 

J. Fleury: do French Master 810 00 

T. A. Brown : do Music Master 1,880 00 

C. Emery: do Instructor in Drill and Calisthen- 
ics 1,000 00 

F. C. Anderson: Six do Writing Master 255 10 

J.C.Logan: One-half do do 26 23 

C. E. Mark: Twelve do Head Master, Boys' Model School 2,110 89 

do Arrears of salary, 1916-17 100 00 

H. M. Leppard: Twelve months' salary as Asst. Master, Boys' Model School 1,880 00 

M. E. Hallett: Seven do do do 525 00 

M. F. Dyde: Five do do do 375 00 

Rose Lynch: Two do do do 150 00 

C. P. Halliday: Eight do do do allowance on 

military leave 597 12 

do Arrears of salary, 1916-17 80 00 

M. E. Butterworth: Two months' salary as Head Mistress, Girls' Model School 312 20 

A. G. Hannahoe: Twelve do do do 1,370 36 

Jennie Foster: do Assistant do 1,280 00 

A.M. Delaney: do do do 1,280 00 

M.Elliott: do do do 1,280 00 

E. M. Cluff: do do do 1,273 00 

EL Bolton: Two do Director of Kindergarten 312 20 

A. H. Baker: Twelve do do do 1,280 00 

G. McClenaghan: Two do Assistant do 150 00 

Lellias Henderson: Seven do Teacher of Kindergarten Primary 532 00 

N. McRitchie: Five do do do 250 00 

J. S. Harterre: Twelve do Instructor in Manual Training .. 1,880 00 

C. E. Green: do do Household Science.. 1,430 00 

E. E. Marshall: do Secretary and Librarian 900 00 

A. Heaney: do First Engineer and "Gardener 1,000 00 

J. Mooney: Two do Second do do 116 00 

B. Pearce: Six do do do 400 00 

W. Hunt: Twelve do Carpenter 1,000 00 

C. Horton : do Caretaker 960 00 

B. Murphy: do Night watchman and Fireman ... 800 00 



Emery, C. 



Allowance for extra services ($350.00) 
150 00 Mark, C. E. 



200 00 



Extra services and additional teachers, owing 
absence of members of staff on 

Anderson, F. C, services as 
writing master 52 00 

Carter, C. R., services as assist- 
ant Boy's Model School at 
4.20 per diem 1,005 20 

Dyde, M. F., services as assist- 
ant Boys' Model School at 
900.00 per annum 375 00 

Fortier, M. L., services as as- 
sistant to Head Master of Nor- 
mal School 150 00 

Hallett, M. E., services as 
assistant Boys' Model School 
at 900.00 per annum 375 00 



to increased attendance of students and 
military duty ($4,039 02) 

Halliday, C. P., services as 
assistant Boys' Model School 
at 2.84 per diem 292 52 

Henderson, L„ services as 
teacher in Kindergarten 
Primary at 3.50 per diem . . 444 50 

Jones, F. A., services as Dept. 

Master at 2,560.00 per diem, 1,066 00 

Logan, J. C, services as assist- 
ant to writing master 28 80 

MacRitchie, N., services assist- 
ant teacher, Kindergarten 
Primary at 600.00 per annum 250 00 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



119- 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa. — Continued. 



Reference books, periodicals binding, stationery and contingencies ($1,782.72) 



Atkinson, Minty & Co., books . . 1 04 
Bell Telephone Co., Ltd., rent 
of Instrument, 94.00; mes- 
sages, 3.75 '97 75 

Bobbs, Merrill, Co., book 1 10 

Bryson - Graham, Ltd., toilet 

paper 20 

Can. Customs, duty charges 12 71 

Can. Express Co., charges 85 

Can. North. Exp. Co., charges.. 21 69 

C.P.R. Tel. Co., message 28 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 7 34 

Dom. Express Co., charges 22 36 

Educational Pub. Co., hooks . . 6 93 

Eddy, E. B., Co. Ltd., toilet 

papejr 19 54 

Grand's Typewriter Supply Co. 

Ltd., supplies 14 40 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 1 15 

Hendry, G. M. Co., Ltd., books 

and boxes 14 34 

Hope, Jas., & Son, Ltd., sta- 
tionery supplies 498 81 

Houghton, Mifflin Co., Ltd., 

books 2 35 

Jarvis, A. H., stationery 2 82 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 36.82; 
stationery, 65.72; paper, 
25.58; examination books, 

252.25 380 37 

La Fontain, M. R., book 3 00 

Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
books 5 69 



McClelland, Goodchild & Stew- 
art, books 

McCorkell, J., services as fire- 
man at 2.40 per diem 

McKechnie Music Co., music 
sheets 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books 

Mooney, T., services as fireman 
at 30c per hour 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, cyclo re- 
newal pages 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscription 

Office Specialty Mfg., Co., 
guides 

Oliver, J., & Sons, Ltd., ink 
wells and covers 

Orme, Co., Ltd., rent of piano.. 

Orthopaedic Boot & Shoe maker 
repairing basket balls 

Ottawa Citizen Pub. Co., adver- 
tising 

Ottawa Journal Pub. Co., adver- 
tising 

Peck, F. J., & Co., books 

Perry Picture Co., picture .... 

Thorburn and Abbott, music 
books, 11.25; stationery, 
293.35 

Toronto Globe Printing Co., 
advertising 

Turcattle, Wm., services as fire- 
man at 30c per hour 



3 1* 


150 60 


3 09 


21 04 


100 80 


5 00 


5 00 


4 80 


14 75 

21 00 


45 


5 88 


4 52 

11 09 

1 00 


310 60 


1 5* 


3 90 



Reference Books, periodicals; unpaid accounts ($66.43) 
Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., books 



G6 43 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($491.36) 



Barrett, Bros., lumber 

Bryson^Graham, Ltd., cups and 

saucers 

Bysche, H. & Co., sharpening 

tools 

Capital Planing Mill Co., Ltd., 

lumber 

Davidson, Jas., & Son, lumber 
Edwards, W. C, & Co., Ltd., 

lumber 

Graham Bros., flowers 

Grands' Typewriter Supply, 

Ltd., supplies 

Kavanagh, Bros., groceries and 

provisions 

Ketchum & Co., foot pump 

May, G., & Sons, felt 

McMorran, R. N., oilcloth, flan- 
nelette, etc 

Merchant & Donnelly, socket 

plugs 



25 67 



3 75 

12 61 

8 09 

13 75 

5 77 
1 75 



5 00 

67 43 

75 

2 4o 

32 44 

2 15 



Modern Press Printers, lantern 
slides 

Mullhall Hardware Co., Ltd., 
hardware 

Murphy & Gamble Co., flannell- 
ette, felt, etc 

Musgrove, J. A., formalin 

Ogilvie, Chas., Ltd., supplies . . 

Ottawa Dairy, milk tickets . . . 

Ottawa Drug Co., chemicals . . 

Ottawa Paper Box, Co., sewing- 
boxes 

Rankin, W. A., waste soap, etc. 

Reeves & Sons, Ltd., artists' 
supplies 

Rideau Electric Supply Co., 
electric supplies 

Slattery, B., meat 

Thorburn & Abbott, stationery 
supplies 



14 70 


2 4* 


26 70 

25 

105 31 

10 20 

6 35 


5 00 
46 11 


50 82 


80 

2 33 


10 00- 



120 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa.— Continued. 

Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science, and Manual Training supplies.— Continued 



Topley Co., Ltd., lantern slides, 

etc 27 25 

Wilde, E., towels 70 



Williams Mfg., Co., machinery 
supplies 



ZText books for]Model School pupils ($393.98) i . « . • 

Hope, Jas., & Sons, Ltd., blank King's Pri-nter distribution, 

and text books 99 04 printing and binding, 92.94; 

stationery, 202.00 

Supplies for Kindergarten ($32.26) 



Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., sup- 
plies 28 26 

McDonald, K., collection. of 

bulbs 1 00 



Sabourn & Henry, Christmas 
trees 



75 



294 94 



3 00 



Annual Grant in aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School games ($100.00) 
White, J. F„ grant 



Annual grant for rink ($50.00) 



White, J. F., grant 



Payment to Ottawa Public School Board ($150.00) 
Treasurer, Board of Public School Trustees 



Dolan, J., wood, 15 cords at 
11.00 

Independent Coal Co., Ltd., 303.8 
tons egg coal at 9.50 per ton, 
156 tons 165 lbs. at 10.00 per 
ton, 424.5 tons at 10.25 per 



Fuel and light ($9,417.54) 

ton; 5 cords wood at 10.00 per 
cord, 5 cords at 7.50 per cord 

165 00 Ottawa Gas Co., gas 

Ottawa Hydro-Electric Commis- 
sion, light, 240.65; power, 

102.15 

Rankin, W. A., coal oil 



Water ($47.25) 



Tally-ho Pure Water Co., water 



100 00 

50 00 

150 00 



8,885 14 
20 03 



342 80 
4 57 



47 25 



Beaver Co., Ltd., lumber 

Bryson-Oraham, Ltd., leather- 
ette seats, oil cloth, etc 

Cockburn, R. E., repairing and 
winding clocks 

Garlock, Goddard & Co., electric 
repairs 

Lindsay, C. W., Ltd., tuning 
pianos 

Mullhall Hardware, Ltd., hard- 
ware 

McKinley & Northwood, Ltd., 
repairs to ash chute, plumbing 
and supplies 364 56 



Furniture and incidentals ($923.27) 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., card 
cabinet 

Oliver, J., & Sons, Ltd., castings, 
etc 

Ottawa Hydro-Electric Commis- 
sion, tungsten lamps 

Pritchard & Andrews, paper 
weight 

Rankin, W. A., hardware 

Stewart, G., glass, paints, etc.. 

Thornton & Truman, repairing 
door, check, hinges, etc 



211 02 

115 35 

63 00 

9 35 

10 00 

2 10 



Expenses of grounds ($154.85) 
Arbuckle, D., cartage of earth 19 50 man and gardener at 30c. 



Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., tulips 9 00 

Hastey, W. E., fertilizer 4 00 

Graham Bros., roller 23 60 

Mulligan, Sam., fertilizer 8 00 

McCorkell, Jas., services as fire- 



per hour 

Rankin, W. A., water can 

Sabourin, E., work on lawn . . 
Scrim's Florist, bulbs, plants, 

etc 



6 


00 


8 


78 


50 


40 


22 
47 


25 
76 
60 



12 10 



42 00 

25 

8 00 

40 50 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



121 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa.— Continued. 

Scrubbing:, cleaning, etc. ($1,271.89) 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd., cleaning Home Laundry, laundrying ... 4 40' 

material 72 45 Pay lists, wages of charwomen. 1,113 06 

Can. Oil Co., floor oil 16 50 Sisters of Our Lady of Charity, 

Dustbane Mfg. Co., cleaning laundrying 42 98 

material 18 50 Stewart, G., floor wax 4 00 

Snow clearing, cartage, etc. ($420.15) 

Harper, M., cartage of ashes . . 13 30 Mulligan, Sam., cartage of ashes 28 00 

Hastey, W. J., cartage 8 00 Pay lists, wages of men clearing 

McKinley & North wood, Ltd., snow 83 00 

clearing snow from roofs 271 60 Watt, Oliver, cartage 16 25- 

Normal School, London. 

Salaries ($22,696.42) 

S. J. Radcliffe: Ten months' salary as Principal 2,833 32* 

J. Dearness: Twelve do Department Master 2,866 64 

E.T.White: do do 2,500 00 

A. Stevenson: do do 2,760 00 

G. W. Holferd: Seven do do 1,379 80 

do Arrears of salary, 1916-17 100 00 

Thos, EL Clarke: Two months' salary as Department Master 416 6tf 

S. K. Davidson: Twelve do Drawing Master 940 00 

J. Westervelt: do Writing Master 500 00 

C. E. Percy : do Music Master 940 00 

A. Slatter: do Instructor in Drill, Gymnastics 

and Calisthenics 500 00 

S. Pickles. do Instructor in Manual Training . . 1,880 00 

A. B. Neville: do do Household Science . 1,430 00 

N. Heffernan : do Stenographer and Librarian 900 00 

A. Templeton: do Engineer 950 00 

Geo. Fitchett: do Night Watchman 850 00 

Wm. Casey : do Gardener 950 00 

Allowance for extra Services ($131.25) 

Slatter, Albert 56 25 Westervelt, J. W 75 00 



Extra services and additional teachers owing to increased attendance of students and 
absence of members of staff on military duty ($869.00) 



DaVis, M., services as assistant 
secretary at 3.00 per diem . . 



Holferd, G. W., services as 

39 00 dept. master at 2,000.00 per 

annum 



830 00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($1,592,74) 



Adams, Ed., & Co., Ltd., toilet 
paper 

Amer. Express Co., money order 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument, 150.09; messages, 
5.10 

Can, Express Co., charges .... 

Can. Annual Review, subscrip- 
tion 

Chapman, Chas., Co., stationery 
supplies 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Dunn, F., repairs 

Fleming & Houghtly, nozzle . . 

Globe Printing Co., subscription 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 



13 


00 


2 


73 


155 


19 


13 


39 


5 


00 


111 


75 


23 


49 




50 




35 


4 


00 




79 



G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges. 

Hays Stationery, supplies ..... 

International Business Machines 
Co., Ltd., books 

Johnston, G. F., rent of slides.. 

Kelso, Alice, services re final 
exams 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 25.58; exam, books and 
stationery, 553.30; printing 
and binding, 102.42 

Langford, A. A., Co., Ltd., sta- 
tionery supplies 

London Litho & Printing Co., 
booklets, etc 

London Advertiser, subscription 



81 

1 75 

3 65 

2 00 

9 00 



681 30 

30 20 

57 22 
6 00 



122 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, London.— Continued. 

Reference books, periodicals, stationery, and contingencies.— Continued. 



- London Free Press., subscrip- 
tion 6 00 

Macmillan Co., Ltd., books ... 16 58 

McClelland, Goodchild & Stew- 
art, books 3 18 

Meakins & Sons., Ltd., waste 

paper baskets 4 80 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

books 52 22 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cards 16 75 

Red 'Star News Co., almanac 
and subscriptions 163 07 



Smith, C. R., Stationery Co., 
stationery, 93.37; postage 
stamps, 57.40 

Toronto Mail and Empire, sub- 
scription 

United Typewriter Co., repairs 
and supplies 

Vernon, Henry & Son, copy of 
London directory 

Westlake, A. G., Studio, book 
of photos 

Wildern, I., engine paper .... 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($685.68) 



Barnard, John S., tripod magni- 
fiers 

Belding, Paul, Corticelli, Ltd., 

silk culture cabinet 

Black, J. H., & Co., photography 
Chapman, Chas., & Co., supplies 
Colerick Bros., hardware sup- 
plies 

Cowans Colossal Hardware Co., 
hardware supplies 

Holmes & Popham, plastacine. 

Kaiser, Wm, provisions 

Kerr & Sons, groceries and 
provisions 

Kernahan, G. N., Lumber Co., 
Ltd., lumber 

London Crockery Co., glasses.. 



28 80 



1 


75 


1 


05 


7 


00 


7 


57 


1 


05 


18 


00 


1 


78 


50 


86 


73 


52 


4 


60 



London Hardware Co., hard- 
ware supplies 

McKay School Equipment, Ltd., 
lantern slides 

Morgan Supply House, chemi- 
cals 

Ontario Furniture Co., sewing 
machines 

Robinson, Little & Co., Ltd., 
pearl buttons 

Silverwood, Ltd., supplies .... 

Smallman & Ingram, Ltd., sup- 
plies 

Sumner, T. M., drugs 

Westman, A., boiler and hard- 
ware supplies 

Westman Ont. Electric Co., elec- 
tric supplies 



150 


77 


4 


00 


25 


75 


5 


00 


18 
4 


00 
50 


28 


78 


14 


37 


2 


25 


87 


50 


5 
3 


10 
64 


164 
24 


70 
20 


153 64 


5 


52 



Payment to London Board of Education ($500.00) 
"Treasurer, Board of Education 



500 00 



Fuel, light and power ($1,861.57) 



30 12 



City Gas Co., gas 

Mate, M., services unloading 

coal at 1.00 per ton 

T*ublic Utilities Commission, 

electric current 235 83 



140 49 



Webster Fuel Co., Ltd., coal, 
44 tons 500 lbs. at 9.39 per 
ton, 140 tons 980 lbs. at 7.40 
per ton 1,455 13 



Water ($119.34) 



Public Utilities Commission, water 



119 34 



Furniture, incidentals, etc. ($444.21) 



Abram, R. S., glazing, putting 

up storm windows, etc 55 77 

•Colerick Bros., reglazing 17 50 

Cowans Colossal Hardware, 

hardware supplies 2 70 

Fleming & Houghtly, iron, 

solder, damper and repairs . 13 13 
Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., 

electrical supplies 26 80 

London Hardware Co., paint, 

35c; hardware, 4.05 4 40 

Meakins & Sons, Ltd., mats ... 12 00 
Office Specialty Co., book case 

.section 31 00 



Public Utilities Commission, 
electrical supplies and repairs 23 42 

Skelly, Wm., plumbing repairs 
and supplies 139 19 

Sumner, C. R., repairs to clock, 

2.00; clock, 5.75 7 75 

Trafford, Wm., Furniture Co., 
furniture 91 00 

Westman Hardware, Ltd., hard- 
ware supplies 15 55 

Winnett, R., & Son, repairs to 
grates 4 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



123 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal School, London.— Continued. 

Expenses of grounds, trees, etc. ($694.73) 



Cooper, J., clearing snow at 
25c. per hour; work, on lawn 
at 2.40 per diem 

Copp, Wm, lime 

Dominion Wire & Iron Works, 
Ltd., signs 

Hyslop, J., manure 

Kaiser, Wm., cutting grass at 
5.50 per diem, with horse 
mower 



250 40 
2 00 

5 10 
60 00 



110 00 



London Hardware Co., Ltd., 

lawn mower 20 00 

Maddiford, W., repairs to 

mowers 75 

Morgan, A. J., tulips, 46.81; 

seeds, 14.67 61 48 

Murdock, A. R., plants and 

planting per contract 185 00 



Scrubbing:, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($1,181.24) 



Anderson Parcel Express Co., 
cartage 

Adams, B., & Co., Ltd., soap ; 
cleaning material, etc 

Berry, W. J. T., cartage, 49.00; 
cleaning flues, 3.00 

Coates, H., 1 pr. rubbers .... 

Dustless Brush Co., brush 



25 

73 00 

52 00 
1 15 

4 75 



Pitchett, G., washing walls ... 2 00 
London Window Cleaning Co., 

cleaning windows 35 00 

Meakins & Sons, Ltd., brushes 1 00 

Pay lists, wages of charwomen 1,001 04 

Transfer Cartage Co., cartage . 50 

Westman, A., cleaning material 10 55 



Normal School, Hamilton. 

Salaries ($18,791.26) 

S. A.. Morgan : Twelve months' salary as Principal 3,400 00 

F. F. Macpherson : do Department Master 2,760 00 

G. O. McMillan: do do 2,350 00 

do Arrears of salary, 1916-17 100 00 

El T. Seaton : Twelve months' salary as do 2,760 00 

F. R Perney: Seven do do 1,323 76 

J. B. ,Seavey: Twelve do Drawing Master 940 00 

O. Main: do Writing Master 500 00 

H. A. Stares: Ten do Music Master 750 00 

A. J. Painter: Twelve do Instructor in Manual Training .. 940 00 

C. E. Elliott: do do Household Science. . 715 00 

N. Crozier: do Stenographer and Librarian 900 00 

Geo. Henderson: do Engineer, allowance on military 

leave 402 50 

L. Slaughter : do Caretaker 950 00 

Kxtra services, Oscar Main, L. Slaughter $310.00) 

Main, Oscar 60 00 Slaughter, L 250 00 



Extra services and additional teachers owing to increased attendance of students and 
absence of members of staff on military duty ($1,299.84) 



Kapelle, E., seven and one half 
months' services as In- 
structor in calisthenics 316 54 

Perry, F. E., salary as Dept. 
master at 2,000.00 per diem. 833 30 



Stares, Gertrude, salary as 
music master at 900.00 per 
annum 



150 00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($1,132.70) 



American Express Co., charges 3 01 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 

4.80; rent of instrument, 45.00 49 80 
Benson, Johnston, Co., Ltd., 

paper 2 40 

Buntin, Gillies & Co. Ltd., 

stationery 192 02 



Can. Annual Review Co., Ltd., 

subscription 

Can. Express Co., charges 

C P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, 



C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges 
Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 



5 00 

6 48 

44 

1 06 

8 02 



124 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies.— Continued. 



G.N.W. Tel. Co., message 26 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges. 1 52 

Hand, T. W. Fire Works Co., 

paper 5 42 

Hendry, Geo. M. Co., Ltd., books 3 71 

King's Printer, distribution 
printing and binding, 36.83; 
stationery and exam, books, 

247.25; paperr, 13.49 297 57 

Lyons, G., services as assist- 
ant caretaker at 1.75 per 

diem 362 25 

McClelland, Goodchild & Stew- 
art, books 3 18 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books • 26 76 



Nelson, Thos., & Sons, cyclo re- 
newal pages 5 00 

Perry Picture Co., pictures ... 22 90 

Postmaster, stamps 15 00 

Robinson, W. F., brokerage 
charges 50 

Sweet, Thomas, toilet pa^er . . 12 00 

Toronto Globe, Printing Co., 
scription 5 00 

Toronto Mail & Empire, sub- 
scription 5 00 

Turnbull, A. C, books and sta- 
tionery 90 15 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
stencil 2 25 

Vernon, Hy & Son, directory ... 6 00 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($984.84) 



Aitchison, D., & Co., lumber ... 98 58 
Alexander Hardware Co., Ltd., 

hardware 160 58 

Buntfai, Gillies Co., Ltd., 

paper 5 30 

Cliadwick, C. W., dry cells 1 50 

Gaylord, G. E., lumber 5 04 

Hill, W. E. & Bros., lantern 

slides, plates, etc., 29 36 

King's Printer, distribution, 

printing and binding, 65.58; 

paper, 12.08 77 66 

McDougall, W. T. & Co., dishes, 

and glassware 35 43 

McKay School Equipment Co., 

Ltd., sewing frame, raffia 

etc 250 09 

Ormsby, C, milk tester and 

•discs 8 25 



Parsley, Robt. H., stove cover 
and table 12 00 

Parisian Laundry Co., Ltd., 
laundrying 7 49 

Park & Park, hardware and 
chemicals 

Patricks, cotton 

Peebles, Hobson & Co., sup- 
plies 

Poultry Dept, O. A. College, 
eggs 

Pure Milk Co., Ltd., milk 

Robinson G. W. Co., Ltd., sup- 
plies 

Semmens, J. M., supplies 

Sweet, Thos., soap and sulphur 

Turnbull, A. C, books 

Watkins, T. C, Ltd., pan 

Wood, Alexander and James 
hardware 31 35 



21 


21 


18 


08 




83 


6 


00 


1 


50 


161 


58 


44 


91 


3 


00 


2 


75 


2 


35 



Payment to the'Hamilton Board ofJEducation ($450.00) 
Treasurer. Board of Education 



450 00 



Fuel, light and power ($1,305.53) 



Gillies Guy, Ltd., coal, 89 ton, 
550 lbs., at 9.50 per ton, 
848.11; wood, 4 cords at 10.25 
per cord, 41.00 

Hamilton Hydro Elec. System 
light, 153.19; power, 83.15 ... 



889 11 



236 34 



Myles, Thos., & Sons, coal 15 

ton at 8.50 per ton 157 50 

Semmens, J. M., matches 1 08 

Smith, A., coal oil 1 10 

Sweet, Thos., sulphur candles. 1 50 
United Gas and Fuel Co., Ltd., 

gas 18 90 



City of Hamilton, water 



Water ($36.10) 



36 10 



furniture, incidentals, etc. ($482.39) 



Aitchison, D., & Co., lumber ... 4 80 

Benson-Johnston Co., Ltd., office 
furniture 109 80 



Beckingham, W. T., repairing 
door checks 



3 75 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



125 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Furniture, incidentals, etc.— Continued. 



Eoiler Repair & Grate Bar Co., 
air valves 

Bruce, John A., & Co., Ltd., 
flower pots 

Burrow, Stewart & Milne Co., 
Ltd., lacquer 

Chadwick, Chas., electrical sup- 
plies 

Culp, J. H., tube cleaning . . . 

Haygarth, R., flower pans and 
plumbing repairs 

Leeks and Potts Co., Ltd., 
colored glass 

Metropolitan Furniture, Ltd., 
tables 



21 


60 




50 


2 


00 


13 


10 


3 


00 


37 


OS 


3 


45 


13 


50 



Morden, F. D., electrical sup- 
plies 

Paisley, R. H., trimming and 
hanging blinds, etc 

Ross Stove Co., repairs to 
burner 

Semmens, J. M., galvanized tub 

Soper, R., Union Jacks 

Taylor Bros., sharpening saws 

Watkins, Thos. C, Ltd., blinds, 
matting, shades, etc 

Wood, Alexander & James, 
hardware supplies 



36 


55 


33 


00 


2 

12 
1 


30 
00 

60 
00 


62 


17 


122 


19 



Furniture, repairs and incidentals, unpaid account, 1916=17 ($4.00) 

Wood, Vallance, & Co., glass 



4 00 



Expenses of grounds, trees, etc. ($111.77) 



Bramley, B. J., fertilizing and 

plowing grounds 11 00 

Connon, J., Co., Ltd., plants ... 1 80 

Filkin, Wm. R., fertilizer 14 00 

Hamilton Stamp & Stencil 

Works, Ltd., sign markers . . 3 35 



McKay School Equipment Co., 

tree pruner 

Sones, G. T., plants 

Weaver Hy., fertilizer 



Scrubbing, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($917.70) 



Freeman, W. A., Co., paint 18 64 

Gillard, W. H., & Co., bon-ami, 

etc 9 30 

Hamilton Mill Supply Co., 

floor oil 10 70 

Meakiois & Sons, Ltd., brooms, 

mops, etc 30 33 

Military Hospital Commission 

Industries, brooms 15 00 



Morton David & Sons, Ltd., 
soap 

Pay lists, wages of charwomen 

Permanent Ink Co., Ltd., 
sweeping compound 

Semmens, J. M., soap 

Sones, H. & J., lime 

Sweet, Thos., soap 

Weaver, H., cartage 



1 50 
59 62 
20 50 



4 


90 


800 


30 


10 


13 


3 


50 




40 


2 


50 


12 


00 



Nor mafSchool, "Peterborough. 

Salaries ($18,258.58) 

D. Walker: Twelve months' salary as Principal 3,400 00 

H. G. Park: do Department Master 2,760 00 

E. E. Ingall: do do 1,306 00 

W. I. Chisholm: Eight do do 1,800 00 

A. J. Madill : Two do do 375 00 

A. Macdonald : do do 391 66 

M.G.Oakley: Five do do 987 30 

do Arrears of salary, 1917 100 00 

J. C. McCrea: Twelve months' salary as Drawing Master 940 00 

J. A. McKone: do Writing Master 500 00 

M. R. Rannie: do Music Master 900 00 

do do Instructor in Drill, Gymnastics, 

and Calisthenics 500 00 

A. F. Hagerman: do Instructor in' Manual Training .. 940 00 
E, McVannel: do do Household Science. . 637 50 

B. Latimer: do Stenographer and Librarian 821 12 

Wm. Gibbs: do Engineer 950 00 

"Wm. Clancy: do Caretaker 950 00 



126 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, Peterborough.— Continued. 

Extra services and additional teachers owing to increased attendance of students and absence of 
members of staff on military duty ($832.00) 



Oakley, M. G., five months' salary as Department Master 



832 00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($1,498.26) 



Bell Telephone Co., Ltd., rent 
of instrument, 42.00; mes- 
sages, 3.55 

Can. Annual Review, book 

Can. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., messages 

Davidson, A., cartage 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., message 

Jordan Bros., flowers 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 102.43; 
books and stationery, 408.85; 

paper, 25.57 

McClelland, Goodchild & Stew- 
art, books 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books 



45 
5 

8 



55 
00 
37 
52 
15 
29 07 
26 



536 85 



3 18 



32 53 



Payne, Chas., services as 
engineer at 3.04 per diem, 
72.96, at 2.72 per diem, 522.24 

Peterborough Examiner, print- 
ing 

Peterborough Hardware Co., 
cartage 

Peterborough Business College, 
Ltd., mimiograph paper 

Reid, R., postage stamps 

Review Printing Co., Ltd., print- 
ing 

Soden, R. J., ink, 12.00; sub- 
scriptions to magazines, 
123.33 

Trebilcock Bros., wrapping 
paper 

Turner, J. J., & Sons, flags 

Vernon, H., & Son, directory... 



595 


20 


6 


70 




30 


4 
44 


00 

00 



43 75 



135 33 

40 
3 00 
3 50 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($382.26) 



Artists' Supply Co., lantern 
slides 

Brown, A. P., & Co., planes . . . 

Fair, Robt, & Co., Ltd., supplies 

Fannings Laundry, laundrying. 

Gillespie, G. A., milk 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., reeds 

Higgins Hardware Co., hard- 
ware and crockery 

Hunter, R. H., provisions 

Johnson Temperature Regulat- 
ing Co., Ltd., thermometer . . 

Jopling, G. J., & Sons, dripping 

Jordan Bros., flowers 



17 


68 


8 


00 


103 


67 


9 


73 


3 


69 


3 


18 


83 


94 


27 


30 


5 


15 




20 




50 



Kingan Hardware Co., Ltd., 
planes 

Macdonald, A., & Co., lumber.. 

Nugent Drug Co., bottles, corks 
and chemicals 

Peterborough Hardware Co., 
Ltd., jack, planes and hard- 
ware 

Peterborough Milk Products, 
milk 

Peterborough Planing Mill Co., 
lumber 

Routley, C. B., dishes 

Soden, R. J., dishes 



Payment to Peterborough Board of Education ($450.00) 
Treasurer, Board of Education 



Fuel, light and power ($1,090.76) 



Fitzgerald, J. E. A., wood, 1 cord 
Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, light 

Peterborough Utilities Commis- 



light, 



7 00 sion, power, 29.70; 

61.07; water, 2.70 

5 46 Taylor, H. B., & Son, coal, 89 
tons 1,060 lbs. at 11.00 per 
ton 



Water ($48.84) 
Peterborough Utilities Commission, water 

Furniture, repairs and incidentals ($165.50) 

Alexander & Millar, electric Higgins Hardware Co., hard- 



supplies 20 70 

Fitzgerald & Co., plumbing sup- 
plies 20 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., 
blackboards 90 00 



ware 

Schneider, F. S„ & Co., clock. 
Telford, E. L., making library 

cases at 40c per hour 



18 00 
20 00 

6 77 



23 35 

2 04 

32 98 

3 25 
12 8S 

450 00- 

93 47 

984 83 

48 84 



43 60 
5 00 



6 00' 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



127 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal School, Peterborough.— Continued. 

Expenses of grounds, trees, etc. ($183.15) 



Denne, R., seeds 3 95 

Fife, Hy., work on grounds at 

2.00 per diem 131 90 

Fitzgerald & Co., repairs to 

motor 25 

Higgins Hardware Co., Ltd., 

hardware 3 90 



Jordan Bros., plants 13 40> 

Meharry, W. H., soil 9 00 

Millard, H. T., sharpening lawn 

mowers 4 75 

Simpson, W. J., grass seed .... 8 00^ 
Simpson, Wm., work on grounds 

at 2.00 per diem 8 00 



Scrubbing, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($931.01) 



Davidson, A., sweeping com- 
pound, 25c.; dustbane, 1.00 . 1 25 
Drake, F., cartage of ashes .. 26 80 
Higgins Hardware Co., soap and 

wax, 10.30: hardware, 56.85.. 67 15 



Hunter, R. H., brooms and 

cleaning material 32 6€ 

Lytle Cartage Co., cartage .... 50 

Pay lists, wages of charwomen 801 75 
Reid, A., cartage, 60c; twine, 

30c 90 



Normal School, Stratford. 



Salaries ($17,363.80) 



S. Silcox: 
J. D, Campbell: 
J. H. Emery: 
H. V. Pickering: 

H. G. Martin: 

do 
V. K. Greer: 

do 
H. May berry: 
E. M. Cottle: 



J. Bottomley: 
M. G. Gearing: 
W.J. Ellis: 
Wm. Casson: 



Twelve months' salary as 

do 

do 
One do 

Seven do 

Arrears of salary, 1916-17. 

Seven months' salary as 

Arrears of salary, 1916-17. 

Twelve months' salary as 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Principal 

Department Master 

do 

do allowance on military 
leave 

do 



do 



Drawing Master 

Writing Master and Instructor in 
Drill, Gymnastics and Calisthen- 
ics 

Music Master 

Stenographer and Librarian 

Engineer 

Caretaker 



3,400 00 
2,500 00 
2,760 00 

104 20 
1,379 80 

100 00 
1,379 80 

100 00 

940 00/ 



1,000 00 
900 Oft 
900 00 
950 00 
950 00 



Allowance to W. J. Ellis, for arrears of salary and travelling expenses ($69.49) 



Ellis, W. J. 



69 43 



Allowance for extra services, E. M. Cottle ($131.25) 



Cottle, E. M. 



131 25 



Extra services and additional teachers owing to increased attendance of students and 
^absence of members of staff on military duty ($1,666.60) 



Greer, V. K., five months' ser- 
vices as Dept. Master 833 30 



Martin, H. G., five months' ser- 
vices as Dept. Master 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($962.30) 
circular letters 



Abraham, A. 
and booklets 11 05 

Alexander, A. H., postage 
stamps, 82.00; subscriptions to 
magazines, 85.60; stationery, 
98.78 266 38 

American School of Hygiene 

Association, report 2 00 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 

4.06; rent of instrument, 44.00 48 05 

I 



Brown Bros., Ltd., stationery.. 

Brown, A., services re storm 
windows 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canadian Annual Review, sub- 
scription 

Canadian Horticultural, sub- 
scription 

Carter, W. S., Co., cartage 

Dent, B., services as examiner 
at 4.00 per diem 



833 



8 4S 

2 50 
32 04 

5 «* 

1 00 
1 35 

6 00- 



128 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Xo. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal School, Stratford.— Continued. 



Reference books, periodicals stationery and contingencies.— Continued. 



Government Printing Office, 
Washington, food charts 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., message 

G. T. Ry. Sys., charges 

Johns, T. A., livery hire 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 103.44; 
examination books and sta- 
tionery, 221.36; paper, 25.57. 

Lloyd, Jas., & Son, towelling . . 

Macmillan Co., of Canada, books 

McClelland, Goodchild & Stew- 
art, book 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books 

Patterson's Book Store, station- 
ery 

Perry Picture Co., pictures . . . 



1 


03 




26 




91 




50 


350 


37 


12 


00 


1 


39 



3 18 

30 18 

73 95 
9 66 



Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
supplies 14 66 

Robert, Dr. D., Veterinary Co., 
book 

Royal Ink Co., ink powder .... 

Stratford Tire & Vulcanizing 
Plant, supplies 

Superior Mfg. Co., stationery . . 

Taylor, A. E., binding 

Toronto Globe, subscription . . 

Toronto Mail and Empire, sub- 
scription 

Vernon, Hy., & Sons, directory 

Weir, Thos., rubber stamp .... 

Weitzit, G., lining blackboard. 

Wilson, E., services as clerk at 

2.40 per diem 2 70 



1 


50 


2 


00 




35 


3 


78 


57 


65 


4 


00 


4 


00 


3 


00 




60 




80 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($795.73) 



Alexander, A. H., stationery . 
Belding, Paul, Corticelli, Ltd., 

silk cabinet 

Binnington & Young, electrical 

supplies 

Bradshaw, J. L., crockery .... 
Brown, Boggs & Co., cooking 

outfit 

Down & Fleming, stretchers . . 
Ferguson, D., & Co., dry goods 

Fraser, D. D., apparatus 

Globe Wernick Co., Ltd., folders 

and storage cases 

Hendry, G. M., Co., maps, slates, 

etc 

Johnston, G. J., lantern, slides . 
Kalbfleisch Planing Mill, lumber 

Kenner, J. H., basket 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., stocks 

and dies 



89 24 



1 75 



8 


70 


4 


67 


25 


00 


7 


50 


148 


19 


125 


37 


9 


95 


44 


70 


2 


00 


55 


52 




50 



MacKay School Equipment Co., 
Ltd., apparatus 

McCully, W. J., groceries, etc. . 

Macarty, G. P., chemicals and 
apparatus 

Maitland Photographic Studios, 
photographing 

Meyers, J. R., & Sons, Ltd., 
hardware 

Neal, A., plants 

Stratford Dairy Co., Ltd., milk 
tickets 

Thompson, A. T., & Co., carbons 

Walsh Bros., jam jars 

Wards Natural Science Estab- 
lishment, minerals and stuffed 
goods 

Whyte Packing Co., meat 



39 

78 


34 
46 


28 


29 


10 80 


54 

1 


00 

00 


1 
5 
1 


00 
00 
04 


21 

1 


50 
66 



JO 55 



Travelling expenses, Manual Training and Domestic Science Teachers ($365.40) 

Neville, A. B 187 00 Pickles, S 



178 40 



Payment to Stratford Public School Board ($450.00) 
Treasurer, Public School Board 



450 00 



Fuel, light and power ($1,009.74) 

Barber & Lemon Cartage Co., Public Utilities Commission, 

cartage 70 85 light 100 00 

Deving, A., coal, 109 tons egg Schneider, C, & Co., slabs 19 00 

at 7.40 806 60 Stratford Gas Co., gas 13 29 

Water ($90.23) 
Public Utilities Commission, water 90 23 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



129 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, Stratford.— Continued. 



Furniture, repairs and incidentals ($217.43) 



Babb, N. F., repairs 

Binnington & Young, electrical 
repairs 

Engineers & Specialties Co.,. re- 
pairing valve 

Garlock Packing Co., rings, 
gauges, glasses, etc 

Globe Wernick Co., Ltd., book 
cases 

Kalbfleisch , Planing Mill, time 
and material repairing cup- 
board 

Lloyd, Jas., & iSon, towel holder 



1 25 



33 75 



8 70 



10 32 
29 00 



43 65 
1 00 



Macmillan Co., of Canada, Ltd., 
picture 

McCarthy, E., iron pipe 

McDonald & Henry, plumbing 
repairs and supplies 

Meyers, J. R., Sons, Ltd., mak- 
ing keys 

Pounder Bros., lime, cement, etc. 

Stratford Hardware Co., hard- 
ware supplies 

Stratford Motor & Machine Co., 
repairs to water tap, etc. . . 

Twin City Oil Co., cylinder oil. 

Walsh Bros., keys 



Expenses of grounds, trees, etc. ($225.23) 



Bruce, J. A., & Co., Ltd., bulbs, 
seeds, etc 23 21 

Burnham, The Florist, bulbs, 

plants, etc 74 12 

Diggory, J., services planting 
bulbs at 40c. per hour 1 80 



Ltd., 



Freeborn, Wm, manure 
Johns, T. J., manure . . 
McDonald, K., & Sons, 

bulbs 

Stephney, G., work on grounds 

at 4.00 per diem 



Scrubbing, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($815.63) 

& Co., cartage . . 2 31 Myers, J. R., & Sons, Ltd., brasso 



Carter, W. S 

McCully, W. J., brooms, mops, 

and ammonia 



9 05 



Pay lists, wages of charwomen 
West Disinfecting Co., soap . . 



2 

2 


80 

75 


8 


98 


8 

7 


00 
80 


44 


53 


2 

10 

2 


50 
40 
00 


1 
7 


40 
00 


1 


70 


116 


00 


792 
11 


25 
92 
10 



Normal School, North Bay. 

Salaries ($19,669.80) 

A. C. Casselman: Twelve months' salary as Principal 3,300 00 

J. B. McDougall: do Department Master 2,700 00 

J. C. Norris: do do 2.700 00 

H. E. Ricker: Seven do do 1,379 80 

do Arrears of salary, 1916-17 100 00 

C. Ramsay: Twelve months' salary as Drawing Master 1,880 00 

H. Wildgust: do Music Master 1,720 00 

J. E. Chambers: do Instructor in Manual Training... 1,880 00 

M. €. Kay: do do Household Science. . 1,110 00 

H. A. Beattie: do Stenographer and Librarian 900 00 

Jas. McCreight : do Engineer 1,000 00 

J. Clark : do Caretaker 1,000 00 

Extra services and additional teachers owing to increased attendance of students and 
absence of members of staff on military duty ($830.00) 

Ricker, H. E., five months' salary as Department Master s 830 00 

Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($661.75) 

Advocate Printing Co., blank Fosdick, F. S., ink 15 

books, 3.80; printing, 8.00 .. 11 80 Grand & Toy, Ltd., stationery . 1 35 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 78 

strument, 27.00; messages, G.T.Ry. Sys., freight charges .. 1 71 

2.35 29 15 Henry, R. J., tuning piano 2 50 

Campbell, H. S., subscriptions to Johnson, G. S., cartage 2 00 

magazines 115 25 King's Printer, distribution, 

Can. Annual Review, book 5 00 stationery, 252.48; printing 

Can. Express Co., charges 17 13 and binding, 102.44; paper, 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., messages 86 25.58 380 50 

Dom. Express Co., charges 16 14 Labor Advocate, subscription . 1 50 

9. P. A. 



130 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal School, North Bay. — Continued. 

Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies.— Continued. 



Lamburton, J. A., drawing paper 

Lippincott, J. B., Co., book 

Macmillan Co., of Canada, Ltd., 

books 

McClelland, GoodChild & Stew- 
art, books 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

books 

McKay School Equipment Co., 
drawing paper 



40 
1 60 

3 01 

3 18 

23 52 

44 



North Bay Times, envelopes . . 
Postmaster, postage stamps, 

23.18; rent of box, 5.00 

Row, Peterson Co., Ltd., book . 

Smith, C. P., manuals 

Thomas Co., stationery 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

supplies 

Witcombe & Barrows, books . . 



80 



8 


18 


1 


17 


1 


98 


2 


35 


7 


94 


1 


36 



Apparatus/chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($254.48) 



Alcome, E., stuffed birds. 24 35 

Arcadian Candy Store, tulips . . 35 

Beamish & Smith, braid 60 

Begg Bros., supplies 14 33 

Can. Consolidated Optical Co., 

charts 65 

Cochrane Hardware Co., hard- 
ware 63 92 

Ellwood, R., nursery stock .... 4 40 

Frosdick, F. S., supplies 1 65 

Green, D. S., thread 1 30 

Johnston's Dairy, milk 63 

McKay (School Equipment, Ltd., 



Babcock tester, thermometers, 
etc 

Noel, J. A., photo work 

Ontario Agricultural 'College, 
eggs 

Potter, Cha-s., apparatus 

Smith, C. P., cotton, etc 

Standard Planing Mills, Ltd., 
lumber 

Star Grocery, provisions 

Topley Co., mirror 

Woolworth, F. W., Co., flash- 
light 



95 


99 


2 


36 


3 


00 


8 


00 


7 


60 


16 


17 


7 


34 


1 


39 



45 



Students' board and travelling expenses ($13,817.22) 

Sundry students, board and trav. expenses 13,817 22 

Students' board and travelling expenses from Sept. 18th to Oct. 31st, 1917 ($3,808.07) 

Sundry students, board and trav. expenses 3,808 07 



Fuel, light and power ($1,179.67) 

Can. Customs, duty charges . . 38 66 Imperial Bank, discount charges 

Cox Coal Co., coal, 40 tons 1,400 Lindsay & McCuskey, coal, % 

lbs. run of mine at 8.70 per ton at 13.00 per ton, 5 tons 

ton 354 09 1,100 lbs. at 12.00 per ton, dis- 

Delmont Coal Mines, coal, 50 count, 50c; unloading coal at 

tons 1,700 lbs. at 3.05 per ton 155 10 1.00 per ton, 91.20 

Doyle, J. J., livery hire 1 00 McDonald, G. W., lamp wick . . 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., message 28 North Bay Fuel Co., coal, 2 

G.T.Ry Sys., freight charges . . 349 20 tons 1,550 lbs. at 8.40 per ton 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- Saya, J. J., wood, 4 cords at 

sion, light, 36.78; power, 12.30 49 08 5.50 per cord, 3 cords at 5.00 



4 30 



167 05 
60 

23 31 

37 00 



Water ($73.98) 
Corporation, Town of North Bay, water rates 

Furniture, repairs, incidentals, etc. ($114.14) 
Beamish & Smith, packing cases 150 Richardson, J. W., hardware.. 

Cherry, ®. J., plumbing 50 Turner, J. J., & Sons, flags 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd., hard- Woolworth, F. W., Co., brackets, 

ware 57 59 washers, etc 

Mackie, W. L., chair 2 50 



73 98 



25 35 
25 80 



90 



Expenses of grounds, trees, etc. ($55.80) 
Arcadian Candy Store, plants . 40 McLean, N., work on grounds 



Bunyan, R., & Co., grass seed 



2 00 



at 27^>c. per hour 
Rankin, R., seed 



52 53 

87 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



131 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Buchanan, J., cartage 



Normal School, North Bay. Continued. 

Scrubbing:, cleaning:, cartage, etc. ($727.66) 

50 Pay lists, wages of charwomen 



727 16 



EnglishFrench Training School, Ottawa ($3,300.00) 

C. H. Edwards : Twelve months' salary as Principal 2,300 00 

J. Fleury : do Assistant Teacher 1,000 00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery, equipment, services and contingencies ($634.34) 



Anderson, F. C, services as 
writing master 8Q 00 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 75.25; messages, 1.50 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

Edwards, C. H., purchase of 
fruit for art purposes 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Foreman, J. H., drawing sup- 
plies 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 

Hagan, D., subscription 

Hope, Jas., & Son, Ltd., station- 
ery 30 62 



76 


75 


1 


00 




70 


1 


50 


4 


90 


37 


80 


2 


91 


8 


50 



Jarvis, A. H., stationery 

King's Printer, distribution, 

printing and binding, 9.05; 

paper, 1.19 

Lafontaine, M. R., books 

LeDroit, subscription 

L'Imprimerie Populaire, Ltd., 

subscription 

LeMoniteur, subscription 

Nuttall Hardware Co., hardware 
Ottawa Electric Ry., car tickets 
Serre, Grenier & Co., books and 

stationery 

Thorburn & Abbott, stationery 



214 84 



10 


24 


2 


75 


5 


20; 


5 


00) 


3 00' 


14 


25^ 


30 


00> 


17 


39 


86 


99- 



Rental of School Building ($450.00) 
Grey Nuns' Convent, rental 450 00^ 

Students' board and travelling expenses ($1,129.60) 
Sundry students, board and trav. expenses 1,129 60' 

Water ($9.60) ■! Ill Ml I 

Ottawa Artificial Ice Co., ice . . 4 10 Tally-Ho Pure Water Co., water 5 50^ 



Furniture, repairs and incidentals ($7.30) 



Howe, Wm., fitting keys 2 50 

Jarvis, F. S., framing picture . 3 00 

Topley Co., repairs to lantern.. 95 



Woolworth, F. W., Co., sundry 
supplies 



8S 



Angeline, G 

Berris, R 

Caron, R 

Champagne, D. 
Guy, L 



Allowance for practice teaching for 1915-16-17-18 ($625.00) 

100 00 Filiatreault, A 



25 00 

50 00 

100 00 

125 00 



Gabriel, L. . 

Hus, A 

Lemieux, M. 



50 00 
25 00 
75 00 
75 00> 



English-French Training Schoo 1 , Sturgeon Falls ($3,520.83) 

J. M. Kaine: Twelve months' salary as Principal 2,300 00^ 

Fernande Richer: do Assistant Teacher 1,075 Oft 

Gabrielle Gourane: Seven do do 145 83 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery, equipment, services and contingencies ($762.67) 

Cuzeuer Hardware Co., outfit 

234 00 for bees 13 2£- 

Copp, Clark Co., books 4 59 

20 25 Dom. Express Co., charges ... 4;27v 



Anderson, Mrs. E., services as 
caretaker at 18.00 per month 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument 



132 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
English-French Training School, Sturgeon Palls. — Continued. 

Reference books, periodicals, stationery, equipment, services and contingencies.— Continued. 



Gabriele Sister, services as 
French teacher at 5C.00 per 
quarter 100 00 

Germain, Sister M., services 

teaching at 50.00 per annum. 12 50 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., 
paints 11 20 

Herbe, Sister M., services as 
sewing teacher at 50.00 per 
annum 50 00 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 9.06; 
paper, 1.18 10 24 

Lavalle University, books, 2.00; 

subscription, 6.00 8 00 



Mailloux, M., services as music 
teacher at 50.00 per annum . . 

McClelland, Goodchild & Stew- 
art, manuals 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
manuals 

Michaud & Levesque, groceries, 
17.24; dry goods, 22.57 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 
4.65; rent of box, 5.00 

School Arts Magazine, subscrip- 
tion 

Teachers' Monograph, subscrip- 
tion 

Winn, E. H., stationery 



37 


50 


2 


90 


11 


32 


39 


81 


9 


65 


2 


25 


1 
189 


00 
90 



Students board and travelling expenses ($4,448.75) 

Sundry students, board and trav. expenses 4,448 75 

Water ($21.00) 

Sturgeon Falls Water Works Dept., water 21 00 

Furniture, repairs and incidentals ($1.00) 

Michaud & Levesque, tungsten lamps 

Scrubbing, cleaning and supplies ($6.22) 

Michaud & Levesque, soap, brooms, etc 

English= French Training School, Vankleek Hill ($2,591.66) 

Jno. Hartley : Twelve months' salary as Principal 2,300 00 



1 00 



6 22 



Marie Pierre: 



Seven 



do 



Assistant Teacher 



Reference books, periodicals stationery, services snd contingencies ($297.95) 

King's Printer, distribution,' 
printing and binding, 9.05; 
paper, 1.18 

La Patrie, subscription 

Ottawa Newspaper Subscription 



Bell Telephone Co., messages.. 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

C. P. Ry. Co., fares 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books . . 

Cyprian, Sister M., services as 
assistant to principal, 1 year 

Elvidge, E. H., books 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges 

Hendry, Geo. M. Co., Ltd., pic- 
tures and chalk 





79 


2 


25 


1 


00 


9 


09 


225 


00 


12 


54 


1 


60 


. 3 


39 



11 56 
Rental of School Building ($400.00) 



Bureau, subscription 

Postmaster, postage stamps .... 

Toronto Globe Printing Co., 
subscription 

Toronto Mail and Empire, sub- 
scription 



291 66 



10 23 
3 50 

3 00 
6 00 

4 00 
4 00 



400 00 



St. Mary, Sisters of, rental . . 

Students board and travelling expenses ($1,764 92) 

Sundry students, board and trav. expenses I- 764 92 

Furniture, repairs and incidentals ($75 70) 

Reynolds, G. N., Co., section of bookcase 

English=French Training: School, Sandwich ($3,975.00) 

D. M. Eagle: Twelve months' salary as Principal 2.300 00 



Amedee Beneteau: 
En gen a Cabana: 



do 
do 



Assistant Teacher • • 1,075 00 

Caretaker 600 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



133 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



English= French Training School, Sandwich.— Continued 

Reference books, periodicals, stationery, equipment, services and contingencies ($373.24) 



Acme Hardware Co., hardware 
Baker, E. N., services typing.. 
Brennan, Sister R., services as 

supervising teacher 

Ball, H. W., services as music 

teacher, 50.00; use of music 

chart, 3.00 

Duchene, G., floor oil and soap 

Dupuis, G. J., toilet paper 

Hendry, G. M. Co., Ltd., books. . 
Hughes & Percy, letterheads . . 
Isabel, ;Sister C, services as 

supervising teacher 

King's Printer, distribution, 

printing and binding, 9.05; 

paper, 1.18; stationery, 7.40.. 



5 00 

1 50 

50 00 



53 00 
4 24 
6 97 

38 70 
4 00 

50 00 



17 63 



Marentette, V. E., & Son, sta- 
tionery 

McCormick, J. A., ink 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 
3.50; rent of box, 1.00 

Primary Education Co., sub- 
scription 

Rosaline, Sister M., services as 
supervising teacher 

Sister M. of the Visitation, ser- 
vices as supervising teacher. 

Smith, C. H., & Co., Ltd., towel- 
ling 

Tschirhart, E. J., pictures and 
framing 



Students board and travelling~expenses ($1,812.18) 
Sundry students, board and trav. expenses 



23 85 

1 io 

4 50 

2 25 
50 00 
50 00 

5 00 
5 50 



1,812 18 



Fuel, light and power ($280.29) 

charcoal 



Acme Hardware Co 

and oil heater 5 85 

Breault, E., 1 ton of coal at 

13.00; 6 tons 600 lbs. at 11.00 82 30 



Dupuis, G. J., coal oil and 

candles 2 75 

Windsor Gas Co., gas 170 70 

Windsor Hydro-Electric Sys- 
tem, light 18 69 



Water ($19.45) 
Sandwich, Board of Commissioners, water 



19 45 



Furniture, repairs and incidentals ($33.95) 



Addley, Thomas, electric wiring 2 00 

Dupuis, G. J., coal oil can 2 00 

Heintzman Piano Co., Ltd., tun- 
ing piano 2 50 



Lessaline, E., stools and chairs 
Murphy, W. J., plumbing repairs 
Windsor Hardware Co., conduit 



Expenses of grounds ($21.50) 



Acme Hardware Co., garden 

hose 12 60 

Brown, W. A., sharpening 
mower 1 50 

Gilboe, M., work on grounds . . 3 00 



Grey, M., repairs to mower .... 

Howe & Carter Bros., plants.. 

Naylor, Osborne Co., Ltd., fence 

pickets 



14 


75 


11 


25 


1 


45 


2 


00 


1 


40 



1 00 



Scrubbing, cleaning and supplies ($22.80) 

Acme Hardware Co., Ltd., floor Cabana, Mrs. E 



oil and pail 



1 80 



laundrying . . 
Dupuis, G. J., cleaning material 



13 00 
8 00 



H. B. Spotton: 
J. A. Houston: 
I. M. Levan: 
Geo. S. Rogers 



High Schools and Collegiate Institutes. 

Salaries ($10,200.00) 



Ten months' 
Twelve 

Two 



salary as Inspector 
do do 

do do 

do do 



2,833 32 

3,400 00 

3,400 00 

566 fiS 



Treasurer, Board, High Schools 

and Collegiate Institutes: — 

Alexandria 



Grants ($138,958.85) 



741 20 



Alliston 550 60 

Almonte 585 45 

Amherstburg 518 87 



134 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



High Schools and Collegiate Institutes. — Continued. 
Grants.— Continued. 



Arnprior 909 15 

Arthur 605 52 

Athens 757 00 

Aurora 733 50 

Avonmore 519 14 

Aylmer 743 66 

Barrie 1,105 33 

Beamsville 513 26 

Belleville 1,106 41 

Bowmanville 676 25 

Brampton 834 22 

Brantford 1,723 46 

Brighton 537 77 

Brockville 1,307 50 

Caledonia 615 71 

Campbellford 683 25 

Carleton Place 616 04 

Cayuga 577 09 

Chatham 1,147 50 

Chatsworth 433 95 

Chesley 633 25 

Chesterville 528 71 

Clinton 921 77 

Cobourg 1,191 14 

Colborne 505 17 

Collingwood 995 56 

Cornwall 1,119 62 

Deseronto 661 07 

Dundalk 497 59 

Dundas 746 04 

Dunnville 763 71 

Durham 608 91 

Dutton 591 59 

Elora 517 40 

Essex 756 35 

Fergus 575 14 

Flesherton 568 07 

Forest 592 07 

Fort William 2,430 00 

Gait 1,077 50 

Gananoque 646 73 

Georgetown 771 45 

Glencoe 518 04 

Goderich 973 60 

Gravenhurst 1,167 34 

Grimsby 598 57 

Guelph 1,122 10 

Hagersville 623 68 

Haileybury 1,403 88 

Hamilton 1,142 00 

Harriston 686 09 

Hawkesbury 585 53 

Ingersoll 942 05 

Iroquois 611 10 

Kemptville 685 05 

Kenora 1,518 76 

Kincardine 864 35 

Kingston 1,135 98 

Kitchener 1,053 00 

Leamington 784 15 

Lindsay 1,242 39 

Listowel 732 52 

London 1,123 50 



Lucan 649 65 

Madoc 673 24 

Markdale 475 70 

Markham 675 81 

Meaford 998 44 

Midland 717 26 

Mitchell 684 86 

Morewood 477 31 

Morrisburg 833 38 

Mount Forest 666 28 

Napanee 980 15 

Newburgh 503 74 

Newcastle 427 44 

Niagara 430 03 

Niagara Falls 1,322 00 

Niagara Falls, South 953 58 

North Bay 2,562 86 

Norwood 571 44 

Oakville 702 61 

Omemee 424 02 

Orangeville 778 40 

Orillia 1,306 50 

Oshawa 1,013 00 

Ottawa 1,245 00 

Owen Sound 1,294 00 

Paris 726 57 

Parkhill 580 07 

Parry Sound 1,299 34 

Pembroke 1,039 34 

Penetanguishene 704 00 

Perth 1,062 24 

Peterborough 1,072 00 

Petrolea 610 54 

Picton 1,215 63 

Plantagenet 489 78 

Port Arthur 2,582 46 

Port Dover 457 27 

Port Elgin 509 32 

Port Hope 917 45 

Port Perry 612 17 

Port Rowan 421 34 

Prescott 713 42 

Renfrew 1,112 '50 

Richmond Hill 554 15 

Ridgetown 802 26 

Rockland 568 19 

Sarnia 1,111 90 

Sault Ste. Marie 2,221 62 

Seaforth 916 56 

Simcoe 896 71 

Smith's Falls 1,283 90 

Smithville 523 29 

St. Catharines 1,111 00 

St. Mary's 1,026 02 

St. Thomas 1,098 91 

Shelburne 519 69 

Stirling 622 26 

Stratford 1,147 50 

Strathroy 999 38 

Streetsville 511 06 

Sudbury 2,005 88 

Sydenham 638 53 

Thorold 559 12 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



135 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
High Schools and Collegiate Institutes.— Continued. 



Tillsonburg 
Tweed 



Grants.— Continued. 

765 77 



882 18 



Toronto: — 

High School, Commerce and 

Finance 1,051 60 

Harbord 1,174 50 

Humberside 1,139 90 

Jameson Avenue 1,099 00 

Jarvis Street 1,089 90 

Malvern Avenue 1,192 00 

North Toronto 1,046 57 

Oakwood 1,145 30 

Riverdale 1,162 88 

Trenton 607 61 

UxbriSge 637 88 



Vankleek Hill 1,836 38 

Vienna 420 93 

Wallaceburg 669 20 



Walkerton 
Wardsville 
Waterdown 
Waterford 
Watford . . 
Welland . . 
Weston . . . 



716 32 

..». 409 36 

510 42 

548 48 

687 26 

985 14 

791 81 

Whitby 798 92 

Wiarton ' 576 45 

Williamstown 676 22 

Winchester 718 17 

Windsor 1,230 50 

Wingham 805 20 

Woodstock 1,218 61 



Military Instruction, High School Cadet Corps ($2,500.00) 



Barrie 

Brantford . . 
Brockville . . 
Chatham . . . 

Clinton 

Collingwood 
Cornwall . . . 
Dunnville . . 

Essex 

Fort William 
Georgetown . 

Goderich 

Guelph 

Ingersoll 

Kincardine . 

Kingston 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Meaford 

Newmarket . , 

Orillia 

Ottawa 

'Owen Sound 
Niagara Falls 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 



Perth 

Picton 

Port Arthur 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Seaforth 

Smith's Falls 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

St. Catharines 

Toronto: — 

Central Technical School 

Harbord 

High School of Commerce 

Humberside 

Jarvis Street 

Malvern 

Oakwood 

Parkdale 

Riverdale 

Vankleek Hill 

Walkerton 

Watford 

Welland 

Wingham 

Woodstock 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 



50 00 



Treasurer Board of Education: 

Brantford 

Cobourg 

Collingwood 

Dundas 

Fort William 

Gananoque 

Guelph 

Hamilton , 

London 



Night Hisrh Schools ($4,875.90) 

:— Newmarket 36 00 

. 108 00 Niagara Falls 75 83 

81 00 Ottawa 442 00 

. . 208 50 Parry Sound 74 00 

69 00 Port Arthur 94 00 

. 188 00 Stratford 48 00 

24 00 Toronto 2,103 00 

80 00 Whitby 51 00 

. 491 53 Windsor 28 13 

652 00 Woodstock 22 00 



Grants to Instructors:— 

Allin, A. E 100 00 

Barry, M. L 100 00 

Clayton, V. E 100 00 



Art Department of Hisrh Schools ($2,150.00) 

C. 



Clothier, 

Davis, I 

Giles. A. E. 
Hamilton, A. 



100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



136 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



High Schools and Collegiate Institutes.— Continued. 



Hatch, B 

Hood, F 

Johnston, G. L. . 
Kidd, T. W. ... 
Mathews, A. M. 
McKenzie, E. I. 
Sinclair, M. 

Stilwell, L 

Thomas, J 



Art Department of High Schools —Continued. 



Grants to High Schools: — 
Brantford 



100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



50 00 



Brockville 

Hamilton 

Ottawa 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Stratford 

St. Thomas ...-., 
Toronto — 

Humberside . . 

Jarvis Street . 

Oak wood 

Riverdale .... 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 



Travelling and moving: expenses, including- meals for inspectors incurred in inspecting: 
Toronto Schools ($2,010.97) 



Barker, E. P. 
Clark, R. L. . 
Emery, J. W. 
Houston, J. A. 



13 95 Levan, I. M. 

37 75 Rodgers, G. F. 

58 30 Spotton, H. B. 

665 84 Thompson, R. A. 



533 56 

323 00 

375 32 

3 25 



Stationery, postage, printing- and contingencies ($916.59) 



Allen & Bacon, manuals 5 56 

American Book Co., manuals.. 2 21 

Ginn & Co., manuals 3 04 

Heath, D. C, & Co., manuals.. 4 18 
King's Printer, distribution, 



printing and binding, 447.67; 

paper, 166.80; stationery, 77.31 691 78 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 205 00 

Samborn & Co., manual 2 12 

Students' Book Dept., manuals. 2 70 



Library and Museum. 

Salaries ($12,400.00) 

D. J. Goggin: Twelve months' salary as Historiographer and Librarian .. 3,000 00 

R. B. Orr: do Director of Museum 2,000 00 

C. W. Nash : do Naturalist 1,600 00 

Geo. R. Barnes : do Clerk 1,550 00 

C. A. H. Clarke: , ' do do Museum 1,450 00 

E.King: do do in Library 900 00 

L. A. Hynes: do Stenographer in Museum 900 00 

W. A. Poole: do Guard in Museum 1,000 00 

Allowance to C. W. Sheldon & Co., for express charges on shipment to Rio de Janeiro. Brazil ($13.68) 

Sheldon, C. W. Co 13 68 

Allowance to Dr. R. B. Orr, for travelling expenses ($22.90) 

Orr, R. B 22 90 



Bell Telephone Co., messages . . . 

Britnell, Albert, book 

Cairns, B., rubber stamps . . . '. 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Medical Directory, subscrip- 
tion 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., mounting 
maps 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Gaylord Bros., photo mounts, 
etc 



Stationery, printing labels, postage and contingencies ($658.19) » 

Gorman, J„ duty and brokerage 
charges 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., typewriter 
stand 

Harris Co., paper 

Herdlicka, A., subscription to 
magazine 



1 05 
5 00 
3 60 
8 00 

2 00 



1 50 

2 33 

17 55 



8 57 

4 50 

3 30 

5 00 



Hodgson, W. W., services as 

guard at 2.88 per diem 167 04 



International Press Ltd., book. 



8 75 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



137 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Library and Museum.— Continued. 



Stationery, printing labels, postage and contingencies.— Continued. 



King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 61.65; 
stationery, 231.05 

Lockhart, F. R., photographic 
supplies 

Marshall's Druggist, chemicals. 

Milford, H., exam, paper 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cards 

Ontario Lime Co., Ltd., plaster. 

Pearsall, G., & Son, hardware . . 



A. L. A. Publishing Board 

Allen, Thos 

Appleton, W., & Co 

Can. Annual Review 

Can. Chemical Journal 

Cassel & Co., Ltd. 

Columbia University, N.Y 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd 

Dawson, Wm. Sons, Ltd 

Dent, J. M. & Son, Ltd 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd 

Educational Review Pub. Co. . . 

Empire Club of Canada 

Cage, W. J., & Co., Ltd 

Gosnell, R. E. 

Goodchild, F. D 

Heaton's Agency 

Hendry, Geo. M. Co., Ltd 

Hodder & Stoughton 

Houghton, Miffln Co 

Jocelyn, R 



Pickard, W. J., cartage 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 

292 70 spections 

Stechert, G. E., & Co., book . . . 
11 00 United Typewriter Co., repairs, 

13 40 10.70; inspections, 9.00 

49 University of Toronto Alumni 

37 13 Assn., subscription 

3 25 Wilkins Smallware Co., tissue 
15 28 paper 

Books ($923.91) 



4 10 



2 88 
26 75 

17 27 



5 

27 
11 



16 55 
2 
3 

27 



28 
38 
41 
61 
3 08 
1 00 
6 06 
9 00 
45 90 

1 25 
26 15 
11 74 
17 51 

2 50 



Lake Placid Club 

Longmans, Green & Co 

Macmillan Co., Ltd 

McAinsh & Co., Ltd 

McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart 

McLeod, G. J., Ltd 

Methodist Book & Pub. House . . 

Morang & Co 

Musson Book Co., Ltd 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, Ltd., 

Oxford University Press 

Pratt & Waldos 

Putnam's Ltd 

Sargant, P. E 

Scribner's, Chas., Sons, Ltd. . . 

Standard Book Co 

Toronto Book Co 

Tyrrell, Wm., & Co., Ltd 

University of Chicago Press . . 
Varsity Magazine Supplement.. 
Wilson, H. W., Co 



Binding'and repairingr'books, pamphlets n and periodicals ($197.60) 

King's Printer, distribution, Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing and binding 195 10 -binding 

Subscriptions to newspapers, magazines and periodicals($350.21) 

Newspapers and periodicals, subscriptions 



15 


00 


6 


00 


19 


70 




45 


1 


50 


6 


51 


16 


87 


120 


64 


2 


50 


17 


55 




55 


247 


51 


1 


50 


1 


00 


. 6 


50 


50 


30 


1 


60 


3 


15 


2 


25 


13 


11 


19 


98 


98 


50 


1 


25 


8 


33 


1 


50 



37 00 



2 50 



350 21 



Archaeological researches, collect 

Borthwick, Hazel, services as 
stenographer at 2.64 per diem, 
509.52, at 2.48 per diem, 297.60 807 12 

Butler, C, frame 12 50 

Castrucci, O. A., services model- 
ling at 5.00 per diem 1,565 00 

Clarke, A. H., trav. expenses.. 4 50 

Earnes, F., collection of archaeo- 
logical material 50 00 

Falconer, F. J., oil painting . . . 135 00 

Gordon, J., collection of Indian 
relics 25 00 



ions, books, etc. ($2,862.25) 

Hammond, J. H., writing article 
for report • 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper 

Mitchell, E. O., services as clerk 
at 75c. per hr 

Motor Car Supply, auto hire . . 

Ontario Lime Co., plaster .... 

Orr, R. B., trav. expenses 

Welsh, W. E., auto hire 



Natural History Collection, supplies, incidentals and inspection ($68.42) 



Beall, G. W., Indian relics 4 00 

Bey, John, archaeological speci- 
mens 5 00 

Can. Express Co., charges 1 05 

Garrett, Mrs. John, Indian relics 15 00 

Harris, E., Co., brushes 12 37 

10. p. A. 



Kay, A., specimens of weasels.. 

Laidlaw, G. E., Indian relics.. 

Ward's Natural Science Estab- 
lishment," cast of mastodon 
head 



26 00 



12 


00 


42 


50 


4 


00 


163 


05 


10 


65 



9 00 
10 00 



12 00 



138 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



W. O. Carson: 
S. B. Herbert: 
Wm. Lemon: 
W. E. Smith: 
Dora Allen: 
Jessie Craig: 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Public Libraries. 

Salaries ($7, 500.00) 
Twelve months' salary as Inspector 2,400 



Six 



00 

do Assistant Inspector 1 500 00 

do Clerk 1,500 00 

do Assistant in Library Work 1,200 00 

do Stenographer 450 00 

do do .450 00 



"W. O. Carson 



Allowance to W. O. Carson for extra services ($250.00) 



250 00 



Grants and Contingencies ($38,342.97) 



Grants — 

Acton 89 

Ailsa Craig 42 

Almonte 53 

Alton _ 38 

Amherstburg 85 

Angus 25 

Arkona 28 

Arnprior 102 

Arthur 86 

Athens 55 



Atwood 

Auburn 

Aurora 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Barrie 

Bath 

Bayfield 

Bayham 
Baysville . . . 
Beamsville . 
Beaverton . . 
Beechwood . 

Beeton 

Belleville . . . 
Bellwood . . . 
Blenheim . . 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon . 
Bothwell . . . 
Bowmanville 



10 

42 

52 

218 

115 

250 

19 

63 

41 

17 

90 

42 

65 

40 

260 

38 

107 

10 

80 

62 

86 



Bracebridge 146 



Brampton . . . 
Brantford . . 
Bridgeburg . 

Brigden 

Brighton . . . 
Brockville . . 
Brooklin . . . 
Brownsville 
Brucefield . . 
Brussels 
Burk's Falls 
Burlington . 
Burgessville 
Caledon 
Cambray . . . 
Campbellford 

Canfield 

Cannington . 



243 

260 

134 

10 

48 

221 

42 

34 

10 

91 

105 

47 

30 

31 

36 

105 

16 

24 



59 
47 
34 
89 
39 
71 
99 
70 
14 
80 
00 
27 
01 
33 
49 
92 
85 
08 
00 
98 
81 
50 
18 
60 
00 
05 
28 
00 
07 
95 
13 
06 
31 
00 
69 
00 
57 
08 
82 
54 
00 
19 
85 
72 
18 
23 
82 
71 
38 
19 



Cardinal 35 60 

Cargill 79 58 

Carleton Place 155 96 

Cayuga 26 78 

Chatham 260 00 

Cheapside 27 78 

Chesley 116 99 

Claremont 36 87 

Clarksburg 140 01 



Claude 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Coldstream . . . 
Coldwater 
Collingwood . . 

Comber 

Cookstown .... 

Cornwall 

Delhi 

Delta 

Deseronto 

Don 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dungannon 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Mora 

Embro 

Emo 

Ennotville 

Erin 

Essex 

Ethel 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls . , 

Fergus 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Foresters' Falls 
Fort Erie 



21 73 
37 04 
260 00 
144 10 
47 29 
37 98 

19 27 
251 21 

65 83 

12 71 

196 08 

93 49 

20 16 
83 64 
28 08 

15 72 
89 84 

39 03 
67 
35 

230 
21 

93 70 
45 25 

176 10 

40 14 
40 34 

103 15 
83 21 
23 56 

57 82 

58 06 
95 29 
17 57 
99 83 
43 74 

94 01 

16 41 
51 41 
78 35 
35 15 
27 38 



56 
96 
33 
73 



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139 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Public Libraries.— Continued. 

Grants and Contingencies.— Continued. 



Fort Frances 93 30 

Fort William 260 00 

Frankford 38 63 

Fullarton 10 00 

Gait 260 00 

Gananoque 155 21 

Georgetown 85 26 

Glanworth 24 75 

Glenallen IT 77 

Glencoe 10 00 

Glen Morris 62 35 

Goderich 141 27 

Gore Bay 90 03 

Gore's Landing 10 00 

Grafton 30 41 

Grand Valley 112 53 

Gravenhurst 32 60 

Grimsby 163 34 

Guelph 260 00 

Hagersville 125 67 

Haliburton 19 75 

Hamilton 260 00 

Hanover 169 85 

Harrietville 40 25 

Harriston 137 23 

Harrow 40 15 

Hawkesville 5 00 

Hensall 90 13 

Hespeler 101 07 

Highland Creek 

Hillsdale 

Hillview 

Holstein 

Honey wood 

Huntsville 



5 00 

21 54 

18 10 

29 02 

22 90 

68 92 

Ingersoll 182 70 



Inglewood 
Inwood . 
Iroquois 
Islington 
Jarvis . . 
Kars . . . 

Kemptville 138 65 

Kenora 133 00 



34 37 
60 84 
19 53 
67 31 
23 42 
31 06 



70 78 
260 00 
93 45 
10 00 
28 91 
34 41 



Kincardine 
Kingston 
Kingsville 
Kinmount 
Kintore . 
Kirkton . 

Kitchener 260 00 

Komoka 26 68 

Lakefield 93 29 

Lancaster 57 08 

Leamington 253 42 

Lefroy 21 47 

Lindsay 241 91 

Listowel 112 60 

Little Britain 97 53 

London 260 00 

London East 260 00 

Lucan 41 73 

Lucknow 85 64 

Lyn 37 20 



Madoc 

Mandaumin 

Manilla 

Maple 

Markdale 

Martintown . . . 

Meaford 

Melbourne 

Merrickville . . . 

Merritton 

Metcalfe 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Mi 11 brook 

Millgrove 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Minden 

Mitchell 

Monkton 

Morrisburg 

Morriston 

Mount Albert . . 
Mount Forest . . 

Nanticoke 

Napanee 

Napier 

Newbury 

New Dundee . . 
New Hamburg . 

Newington 

New Liskeard . 
Newmarket 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls . 

Norland 

North Bay 

North Gower . . 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oakwood 

Odessa 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 

Owen Sound . . . 

Paisley 

Pakenham 

Palmerston .... 

Paris 

Park Head 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound . . 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough . . 

Pickering 

Pinkerton 



43 


75 


74 


83 


98 


11 


41 


08 


61 


04 


29 


4$ 


96 


51 


10 


67 


20 


00 


35 


60 


5 


00 


111 35 


10 


00 


107 50 


10 


64 


48 


64 


121 


10 


146 


46 


20 


36 


84 


57 


10 


00 


99 42: 


10 


0O 


49 


45 


61 


22 


11 


31 


130 


70 


15 


78 


16 


3a 


60 80 


52 


20 


14 


33 


124 


02 


130 59- 


133 20 


260 


00 


10 00 


260 


00 


33 30 


98 36 


36 


17 


112 


28 


31 


10 


34 


86 


139 


41 


253 


12 


18 


35 


209 


93 


737 


53 


66 


92 


260 


00 


85 


87 


5 


00 


44 


63 


245 


82 


16 05 


66 


87 


101 


30 


260 


00 


137 


32 


93 


81 


260 


00 


36 


22 


10 


00 



140 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Public Libraries.— Continued. 

Grants and Contingencies.— Continued. 



Picton 260 00 

Plattsville 66 57 

Plympton 37 98 

Port Arthur 260 00 

Port Carling 57 60 

Port Credit 48 84 

Port Dover 39 18 

Port Elgin 58 64 

Port Hope 141 67 

Port Perry 76 63 

Port Rowan 34 05 

Port Stanley 42 14 

Powassan 41 49 

Prescott 106 60 

Preston 172 34 

Queensville 42 07 

Rainy River 30 02 

Renfrew 123 31 

Riversdale 18 62 

Richmond Hill 61 52 

Ridgetown 83 04 

Ridgeway 40 96 

Rodney 20 

Romney 

Runnymede 

Russell 

St. Catharines 

St. George 

St. Helen's 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sarnia 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Scarborough 

Schrieber 

Scotland 

Seaforth 

Shedden 

Shelburne 

Shetland 

Simcoe 

Smith's Falls 167 

Smithville 

Solina 

Southampton 

South River 

Speedside 

Springfield 

Stevensville 

Stirling 

Stony Creek 

Stouffville 108 60 

Stratford 260 00 



64 

50 38 

78 39 

15 00 

260 00 

36 56 

26 82 

260 00 

260 00 

260 00 

260 00 

72 69 

20 20 

49 56 

175 77 

30 13 

74 32 

63 69 

246 56 

90 

15 00 
26 25 
48 99 
22 87 
24 43 

16 45 
42 26 
87 91 
58 72 



Strathcona . 
Strathroy . . 
Sttreetsville 
Sudbury . . . 
Sundridge . . 
Sutton West 
Sydenham . . 

Tara 

Tavistock . . 
Teeswater . . 
Thamesford 
Thamesville 



13 12 
114 32 
76 05 
54 91 
35 51 
53 75 
45 45 
73 85 
81 29 
134 11 
43 37 
81 40 



Thedford 44 36 

Thorndale 43 10 

Thorold 32 92 

Tillsonburg 221 13 

Tiverton 11 45 

Toronto 3,465 39 

Tottenham 14 24 

Tweed 43 27 

Underwood 49 14 

Unionville 33 84 

Uxbridge ' 106 36 

Victoria 47 45 

Victoria Mines 42 83 

Walkerton 89 27 

Walkerville 260 00 

Wallaceburg 100 22 

Walton 27 44 

Wardsville 37 13 

Warkworth 11 59 

Waterloo 260 00 

Watford 95 53 

Welland 128 39 

Wellesley 10 00 

West Lome 43 55 

Weston 178 87 

Whitby 135 59 

White Lake 21 42 

Wiarton 79 69 

Williamstown 10 00 

Winchester 41 48 

Windsor 260 00 

Wingham 244 08 

Woodstock 260 00 

Woodville 83 25 

Worthington 86 16 

Wroxeter 67 68 

Zephyr 31 31 

Contingencies — 

A. L. A. Pub. Board, books, 

etc 8 20 

Airth, C. E., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem.. 72 00 
Bowker, R. R., Co., subscrip- 
tions to papers 5 00 

Can. Customs, duty charges.. 2 35 

Can. Express Co., charges ... 21 59 
Can. Northern Ry., freight 

charges 5 50 

C. P. Ry., freight charges . . 1 21 

Carson, W. C, trav. expenses 174 47 
Clark, G. A., services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 68 00 

Courtney, W. M., services as 
stenographer at 2.48 per 
diem, 297.00, at 2.80 per 

diem, 100.80 398 40 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 4 60 

Cumulative Digest Corp., sub- 
scription 10 00 

Dawson, Wm„ & Son, subscrip- 
tion to papers 19 50 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 1 5i 

Freeland, P., photograph 1 01 

Gaylor Bros., binder 5 5# 



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141 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Public Libraries. — Continued. 

Grants and Contingencies.— Continued. 



Grafton & Co., subscription to 

papers 3 43 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages . . 3 34 

Herbert, S. B., trav. expenses 123 30 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 701.04; printing 
and binding, 1,503.76; paper, 
41.63; directory, 10.00 2,256 43 

Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 

books 48 26 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 681 38 

Philip, A. J., subscription to 
papers 3 28 

Riddell, B. M., engrossing cer- 
tificates ,.. 10 00 

.Smith, W. E., trav. expenses . . 21 75 

Spereman, Patricia, services as 
cataloguer at 2.56 per diem, 
307.20, at 2.72 per diem, 
524.96; trav. expenses, 486.50 1,318 66 



Sheldon's School of Business, 
books 

Special Libraries Association, 
membership fee 

Tarling, C, Map Mounting Co., 
mounting map 

Toronto Evening Telegram, 
books .'. 

Toronto Globe Printing Co., ad- 
vertising 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . . 

Toronto Weekly Railway and 
Steamboat Guide, subscription 

Toronto & York Radial Ry., 
freight charges 

Willett, J. H., books 

Wilson, H. W., Co., subscription 
to papers 



65 00 


2 00 


3 50 


400 00 


3 75 

20 00 


3 00 


60 
21 50 



19 20 



Library Institutes ($965.99) 

Campbell, Mrs. M., trav. expen- Williams, D., trav. expenses . . 4 30 

ses 3 40 Expenses of Delegates attending 

Dowswell, G. A., trav. expenses 2 00 Meetings: 

King's Printer, distribution, Guelph 401 90 

stationery, 1.11; printing and London 36J. 20 

binding, 20.53 2164 Ottawa 170 55 

McNab, Rev. A., trav. expenses 1 00 



Library Schools 

Barnstead, W., services as lec- 
turer 185 00 

Barnett, J. D., services as lec- 
turer 43 00 

Boyle, Gertrude, services as lec- 
turer 135 00 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 58 35 

Davis, E., services re examina- 
tions ' 75 00 

Dingman, A. P., services as chief 
instructor at 6.00 per diem . 90 00 

Freshault, M., services as mes- 
senger at 50c. per diem 5 00 

Forest Press, books 90 00 

Graham, L., services as chief 
instructor at 6.00 per diem . . 300 00 

Gavin, F. P., services as lecturer 51 90 

Hardy, E. A., services as lec- 
turer 120 00 



($2,059.81) 

Kings Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 111.76; printing 

and binding, 4.84 

Landon, F., services as lecturer 
Lemon, S. J., services as lecturer 
Locke, G. H., services as lecturer 
Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 

books 

Moyer, E., services as lecturer. 
[Moody, R. S., services as janitor 

at 1.00 per diem 

Smith, L., services as lecturer 
Staton, F., services as lecturer 
Sykes, W. J., services as lecturer 
Toronto Mail and Empire, ad- 
vertising 

Walker, F. K., services as lec- 
turer 



116 


60 


76 70 


50 00 


200 00 


15 


19 


37 


50 


71 


50 


135 


00 


37 


50 


81 


55 



3 50 



81 52 



McKenzie, Clara G. 
Mulken, Elsie H. . 
Owen, Alice C. ... 



Allowance for travelling expenses ($71.60) 

6 40 Tanner, Hazel G. 

7 65 Thomson, Nora . . 

12 70 



7 65 
37 20 



Travelling Libraries ($2,997.13) 



Allen. Thos., books 172 24 

Britnell, A., books 216 15 

Can. Annual Review, books . . 202 50 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 6 87 

Can. Express Co., charges 38 78 



Can. Facts Pub. Co., books . . . 20 00 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 17.35 

Cassell & Co., Ltd., books 151 17 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books . . 169 35 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 8 75 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Travelling Libraries.— Continued. 



Dent, J. M., & Sons, Ltd., books 
Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Gaylord Bros, books 

Gearing, T. V., library case . . 

Ginn & Co., books 

Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., books 

Huntting, H. R., books 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery ., 

Lyons & Carnahan, books .... 
McClelland, Goodchild and 

Stewart, books 7S8 90 



183 


46 


75 


46 


4 


58 


200 


00 


23 


43 


133 


40 


16 


30 




22 


2 


00 



McEwen, Wm., cartage 25 

Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 

books 128 47 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

books 189 38 

Musson Book Co., books 93 84 

Oxford University Press, books 101 48 
Planet Bicycle Co., yale locks 

and keys 46 80 

Toronto Weekly Railway and 

■Steamboat Guide, subscription 6 00 

L. 



Ontario Library Association ($400.00) 

Ontario Library Association, grant 400 00 

Grant to Canadian Reading Camp Association ($2,500.00) 

Treasurer, Canadian Reading Camp Association, grant 2,500 00 



Rural School Libraries ($8,397.46) 



Treasurer, County of: 

Brant 

Bruce 

•Carleton 

Dufferin 

Elgin 

lEssex 

•Frontenac 

Grey 

Haliburtoiii 

Haldimand 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

"Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville 

Xennox and Addington 

Xincoln 

Middlesex 

^Norfolk 

Northumberland and Durham 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell 

Prince Edward 

Ttenf rew 

Simcoe , 

-Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 



75 76 
578 27 
143 77 
172 82 
237 66 
592 58 
205 30 
210 63 

46 51 
177 

51 
335 92 
334 54 
393 15 

66 01 
129 38 
217 07 

46 99 
135 65 
162 68 

72 17 



09 

74 



garry . . 
"Victoria . . 
Waterloo . 
Welland . . 
Wellington 
Wentworth 
York 



210 19 

75 27 
116 45 

56 18 

76 52 
334 47 
105 50 

47 17 

57 25 
209 08 

421 61 
395 00 
177 98 
52 66 
332 03 
389 66 
513 01 



Trustees, Public School, District of 
Algoma : 

1 Laird 

Kenora : 

2 Gorman and Ware 

3 Mclntyre 

5 Paipoonge 

1 Southworth and Hartman 

Manitoulin: 

3 Hallam 

Muskoka: 

4 Draper 

Freeman 



Medora 

do 

do 

Monck 

8 do 

3 Morrison 

2 .Stephenson 

3 Watt 

Nipissing: 

2 Airy 

1 Chisholm 

3 Ferris 

4 do 

3 Lyell 

Rainy River: 

6 Dilke 

Sudbury: 

1 Cartier 

1 Creighton and Snider 
3 Denison 

7 do 

1 Hutton 

1 Dunnet 

1 B Ferris 

3 Garson 

3 Kirkpatrick 

2 Wallbridge 

2 Waters 



10 00 

8 20 

8 20 

10 00 

8 20 

8 20 

8 86 
10 00 

9 84 
10 00 

9 33 
8 20 
8 20 
8 86 
10 00 
8 20 

10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
8 20 

10 00 

10 00 
10 00 
10 00 

8 20 

9 32 
9 34 
8 20 
8 20 

10 00 

10 00 

8 61 



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143 



Parry Sound: 



Carling . . 

do 
Chapman 
Christie . 

Foley 

Hagerman 
McKellar 
Strong . . 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Rural School Libraries.— Continued. 





2 Spence 


8 71 


8 30 


2 Strachan 


8 20 


10 00 


5 South Himsworth 


10 00 


8 74 






8 44 


Contingencies: 




8 94 


King's Printer, distribution, 




10 00 


printing and binding, 12.94; 




10 00 


stationery, 24.15 


36 94 


9 11 







Canadian Free Library for the Blind ($700.00) 

Treasurer, Canadian Free Library for the Blind, grant 700 00 

Grant to Ottawa Association for the Blind ($1,000) 

Treasurer, Ottawa Association for the Blind, grant 1,000 00 

Ontario College of Art and other Art Societies ($7,000.00) 

Treasurer, Ontario Society of 



Treasurer, Ontario College of 
Art, grant 6,500 00 



Artists, grant 



500 00 



Grants : 

Hamilton Scientific Assn. ... 400 00 

Institut Canadien Francais . 300 00 

Instiute Joan of Arc 100 00 

L' Alliance Francaise 300 00 

Le Club Litteraire Canadien 

Francais 200 00 



Literary and Scientific Societies ($4,000.00) 

Field Naturalists 



Ottawa 

Club 200 00 

Royal Canadian Institute . . 1,500 00 

Royal Astronomical Society . 600 00 

Society of Chemical Industry 200 00 
St. Patrick's Literary and 

'Scientific Association 200 00 



Historical Societies ($3,400.00) 



Grants: 

Brant 

Elgin 

Essex 

Huron 

Kent 

Kingston 

Lennox and Addington 
London and Middlesex 
Lundy's Lane 



Niagara 

100 00 Ontario 

100 00 Thunder Bay 

100 00 United Empire Loyalists . . , 

100 00 Waterloo 

100 00 Wentworth , 

100 00 Women's Canadian, Ottawa 

100 00 Women's Canadian, Toronto 

100 00 Women's Wentworth 

200 00 York Pioneers 



200 00 
800 00 
100 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
300 00 
200 00 



Technical Education. 

Salaries ($7,000.00) 

F. W. Merchant: Twelve months' salary as Director 3,900 00 

G. J. Mackay: do Assistant Inspector 3,100 00 

Manual Training and Household Science Departments, including grants, scholarships, equipment, 
books, stationery, printing and contingencies ($32,741.44) 

Belleville Board of Education. 168 22 Gait Collegiate Institute Board 477 75 

Brantford Collegiate Institute Guelph Board of Education . . 499 95 

Board 812 02 Guelph Consolidated School 

Brockville Public School Board 426 75 Board 138 67 

Chatham Collegiate Institute Hamilton Board of Education. 2,027 39 

Board 644 00 Ingersoll Board of Education . . 385 50 

Collingwood Board of Education 544 00 Kingston Board of Education.. 456 00 

Cornwall Public School Board. 55 50 Kitchener Collegiate Institute 

Fort William Board of Educa- Board 553 55 

tion 706 75 London Board of Education . . . 4,461 00 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Technical Education.— Continued. 



Manual Training and Household Science Departments, including grants, scholarships, equipment, 
book, stationery, printing and contingencies.— Continued. 



Niagara Falls South High 

School Board 84 85 

Ottawa Public School Board . . 3,853 33 
Owen Sound Board of Education 460 75 
Paris Board of Education .... 152 00 
Peterborough Board of Educa- 
tion 405 25 

Port Arthur Board of Education 531 75 
Sault Ste. Marie High School 

Board 554 75 

Smith's Falls Board of Educa- 
tion 483 00 

St. Thomas Board of Education 558 00 
Stratford Collegiate Institute 

Board 733 00 

Stratford Public School Board . 667 00 



Toronto Board of Education . . 8,694 43 

Walkerville Public School Board 204 50 

Windsor Board of Education . . 1,244 50 

Woodstock Board of Education 881 40 

Contingencies: — 

Ashall, Amy E., services as 

stenographer at 2.48 per 

diem, 297.60, at 2.88 per 

diem, 414.72, at 2.80 per 

diem, 138.24 850 56 

Can. Express Co., charges . . 30 

Copp, Clark Co., dictionary.. 2 30 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 22 72 



Sault Ste. Marie ($300.00) 

Treasurer, High School Board, grant 300 00 

Mining Education, Sudbury High School ($7,000.00) 
Treasurer, High School Board, grant 7,000 00 



Mining Education, Haileybury High School ($7,000.00) 
Treasurer, High School Board, grant 



7,000 00 



Special Industrial and Agricultural'Education, grants and contingencies ($904.55) 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

King's Printer, distribution, 

printing and binding, 131.93; 

paper, 14.08; stationery, 632.09 



2 80 
1 15 



778 10 



McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 100 00 
United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
supplies, 7.50-; rental of type- 
writer, 15.00 22 50 



Day and Evening Industrial Classes ($98,058.30) 



Treasurer, Board of Education 

Arnprior 

Brantford 

Chatham 

Collingwood 

Fort William 

Gananoque 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Ingersoll 

Kingston 

London 

Owen Sound 

Pembroke 

Peterborough 

Port Arthur 

Renfrew 

Toronto 

Whitby 

Windsor 

Woodstock 



143 79 
1,767 83 
4,832 

432 

635 

344 

829 
16,495 

679 

325 

11,965 

1,085 90 

1,239 43 

1,014 02 

962 31 

706 73 
21,775 00 

603 57 
5,967 94 

896 60 



Kitchener 1,211 86 

Ottawa 11,631 72 

Stratford 668 19 

iSt. Catharines 768 60 



Treasu rer, HiglTSchool Board : 

""Cornwall 233 86 

Dundas 741 35 

Newmarket 453 61 

Niagara Falls 1,400 39 

Parry Sound 321 82 

Sault Ste. Marie 711 39 

Sudbury 273 70 



Thorold 



556 27 



Welland 1,073 11 



Treasurer, Collegiate Institute Board : 

Brockville 1,185 87 

£ obour S 646 94 

Gait 

Goderich ' 961 47 

622 67 



Contingencies : 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books. 

Dent, J,. M., & Sons, Ltd., 
books 

Holt, H. ? & Co., books 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 238.88; printing 
and binding, 118.70 357, 58 

Mackay, G. J., trav. expenses 

Macmillan Co., Ltd., books . . 



1 78 

6 64 
15 40 



815 19 
18 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



145 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Technical Education.— Continued. 

Day and Evening Industrial Classes.— Continued. 
McMaster, M. H., postage Remington Typewriter Co., 



stamps 200 00 

Merchant, F. W., trav. expen- 
ses 698 52 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

books 24 98 



supplies, 5.50; inspections, 

2.00 

Rutherford, W. H., services 
instructing. 44 evenings at 
10.00, 440.00; trav. expenses, 
206.95 



7 50- 



646 95 



Superannuated Teachers ($43,421.50) 



Adair, C. F 158 00 

Adams, Adam 80 00 

Alexander, Robert 335 50 

Allan, D. L 153 00 

Allin, W. C 250 50 

Amos, W. T 199 00 

Amoss, Jas 271 00 

Anderson, Jno 151 50 

Armstrong, J. E 262 50 

Asselstine, N. A 192 00 



Aylesworth, Lucinda 

Baird, Geo 

Banks, M 

Beaton, K. G 

Beatty, W. H 

Bell, Wm 

Birchard, I. J 

Blackwood, Robt. . . . 

Boal, Wm 

Bradley, W 

Brennan, Jno. W. . . 

Bridge, Amos 

Bright, R. W 

Brown, Arth 

Brown, C. L 

Bulmer, H. S 

Burrows, F. K 

Byfield, E 

Campbell, Alex 

Campbell, J. C 

Campbell, Wm 

Carnochan, Janet . . 

Caswell, T. B 

Caverhill, A. E 

Chislett, T 

Clapp, David P 

Clark, L. J 

Clendenning, W. ,S. . 

Cochrane, J. G 

Collin, Jno 

Conner, J. W 

Cook, S. G 

Cork. Geo 

Cowling, Robt 

Crane, Geo 

Crawford, P 

Crisp, Robt 

Cruickshanks. Robt. 

Cull. F. A 

Cundall. Jno 

Dalglish, Jno 

Davidson, Wm 

Davis, Flavelle 



179 00 
346 00 

172 00 
299 50 

98 00 
251 50 
293 50 
132 50 

62 50 
101 00 

65 50 
200 50 
281 50 
304 00 

86 00 

173 50 
318 00 
232 00 
283 00 
203 50 
125 50 
269 00 
255 00 

240 00 
136 50 
237 50 
342 00 
301 50 

241 00 
168 50 
276 00 
246 50 
310 00 
164 50 
209 50 
205 50 

68 00 
262 00 
200 00 
200 00 

95 00 
234 00 
246 00 



Davis, J. A 

Deacon, J. S 

De Cou, Rebecca 

Dickson, J. E 

Doan, R. W 

Duncan, Jas 

Eckhart, T 

Eckert, W. D 

Ferguson, J. B 

Fetterley, Mrs. Julia A. 

Fraser, Alex 

Froates, L S 

Gardner, S. A 

Garrett, G 

Gibson, Jas 

Gilbert, A. B 

Goodbody, Wm 

Gould, A. A 

Graham, T. C 

Grandy, Robert 

Gray, Hy 

Greenless, F 

Grenier, Isaac 

Gripton, Chas. M 

Haight, Mrs. M. J. 

Hamilton, R. E 

Hamilton, Geo 

Hammond, Thos 

Hanna, Jno 

Hanson, Mary E 

Harper, P. H 

Harvey, C. R 

Henderson, A. G 

Hendry, Andrew 

Henstridge, J. W 

Hewson, E. T 

Hewson, A. J 

Hickie, Mrs. Alicia . . 

Hicks, Robt. W 

Hickson, Wm 

Hindson, Wm 

Hobbs, J. H 

Hobbs, W. B 

Horton, H 

Houston. Jno 

Hunt, Mrs. F. S 

Husband, Henry 

Ireland, Mrs. Irene . . 

Jamieson, J. S 

Jardine, W. W 

Johnson, Alex 

Johnston, W. D 

Judge, W. L 



162 00 
327 50 
327 00 
177 50 
391 50 
295 00 
194 50 
375 50 
38 00 
80 00 
153 50 

214 00 
353 00 

215 50 
87 00 

151 50 
182 00 
206 00 

65 00 
115 00 
300 50 
262 50 
176 00 

76 50 
131 00 

78 00 
231 50 
129 00 
179 00 
227 00 
252 00 
174 50 
T39 50 
321 50 
229 00 
142 00 
160 50 
223 50 
280 50 
169 00 
220 50 
119 00 

45 00 
258 00 
150 00 
168 00 
293 50 

50 00 

216 50 
215 00 

87 00 
157 00 
227 00 



146 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Superannuated Teachers.— Continued. 



Kearney, Jas 

Keenan, D. D 

Kennedy, Elizabeth E. 

Kessack, Jane 

Kidd, Wm. G 

Kierman, Wm 

King, S. G 

Kinney, Robt 

Kilpatrick, S. J 

Knowles, R. H 

Latter, Jos 

Lee, Fred. K 

Leitch, A. L 

Lennox, Robt. R 

Le Riche, P. F 

Levergood, Mrs. M. A. 
Lockhart, M 



56 00 

185 00 

241 00 

192 00 

363 50 

122 50 

203 00 
381 00 
.... 114 00 
.... 202 50 
.... 234 00 
92 00 
.... 130 00 
.... 230 50 
128 00 
122 00 
109 00 
Lusk, Chas .H 272 50 



173 00 
361 50 
279 50 
178 00 
119 00 
229 00 
206 00 
140 00 
McGrath, Jno 150 50 



McAuley, Donald . 
McBride, Dugald . 
McDiarmid, H. F. 

McDonald, D 

McDonald, Mrs. R. 
McEachern, W. C. 
McEwan, Robt. . . . 
McGeehan, Ella . . 



167 00 

286 50 

248 00 

216 50 

260 00 

131 00 

89 50 

95 00 

313 00 

77 00 

398 50 

220 00 

74 00 

113 00 

206 00 

188 50 

100 00 

146 00- 

181 00 

152 50 

216 50 

234 00 

304 00 

339 00 

Nichols, Jno 170 00 



McGregor, Alex. . . . 
Mcintosh, Angus . . . 

McJanet, Thos 

McKee, Geo 

McKeown, Wm. 
McKinnon, A. J. 

McLean, Jas 

McMahon, Mary A. . 

McMillan, Alex 

McMillan, Robt 

McNaughton, Alex. . . 

McQueen, Robt 

Mackie, Mrs. Vina L. 

Marriott, G. W 

Martin, R. J 

Martin, Samuel 

Mathews, Jno 

Mathewson. Wm. . . . 

May, W. F 

Middleton, Geo 

Mills, David 

Morgan, J. W 

Morton, W. C 

Narraway, J. W 



O'Connor, D. . . 
Osborne, A. C. 
Osborne, W. J. 
Palmer, L. C. . 
Patterson, Alex. 



98 00 
193 50 
248 00 
124 00 
167 50 



Pegg, Jas. P 

Perrett, H. W 

Peters, Geo 

Rankin, Thos 

Reavley, A. W 

Reid, J. C 

Reynolds, Rose B 

Richardson, Mrs. M. Y. 

Robertson, C. M 

Robertson, Dorcas D. . 

Robertson, G. E 

Rose, Jno. G 

Ross, N. G 

Rothwell, A. T 

Rothwell, B 

Sanderson, Robt 

Shanks, R. P 

Shaw, Jno 

Shirreff, Benj 

Shoemaker, Elizabeth . . 

Simpson, Jessie A 

Sinclair, A 

Sinclair, S B 

Sine, G. W 

Slavin, Annie 

Smith, David 

Smith, Jas 

Smith, A. B 

Smith, W. H 

Spafford, T F 

Spillett, S 

Squair, J 

Stevens, Edw. A 

^Sutherland, Philip McK. 

Telfer, Jno 

Terry, Robt. J 

Thomas, J. S 

Todd, Alex 

Tomlinson, Jordan .... 

Treadgold, Carey 

Trovell, Wm 

Tutt, Hanna E 

Vanderburgh, H 

Vanderwater, S 

Ward, Henry 

Ward, Edw 

Washburn, S 

Waterson, Jno. A. ..'..., 

Watson, Alex. H 

Weatherston, Mary 

White, James 

Wilkins, Elizabeth A. . . 
Williams, Elizabeth A. . 

Windsor, J. A 

Winterbottom, S .C 

Witheril, E. R 

Wright, A. W 



76 50 
98 00 
129 00 
230 00 
174 50 
156 00 
197 00 
183 50 
166 00 
174 50 
97 50 
136 00 
249 00 
126 00 
240 50 
213 00 
20« 00 
275 00 
193 00 
155 00 
297 00 
187 00 
328 00 
155 50 
152 00 
167 50 
213 00 
278 50 

305 00 
199 50 
172 00 
241 00 
280 50 
107 00 

61 50 
210 00 

306 50 
150 00 
212 00 

98 00 
139 50 
251 50 
157 50 
112 50 
220 00 
279 50 
107 00 
160 50 
220 50 
157 00 
288 50 
239 00 
290 00 
205 00 
209 00 
290 00 
155 50 



Medical examination fees, printing, paper and contingencies ($65.60) 
McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 



65 60 



Provincial and other Universities. 

Purchase of Historical Papers for Department of Education ($131.25) 
Librarian, University of Toronto, 175 copies Review of Historical Publications 



131 25 



1917-18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 147 

EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Provincial and other Universities. — Continued. 

Grant to Queen's University, Faculty of Applied Science, Kingston ($67,000.00) 
Treasurer, Queen's University, grant 67,000 00 

Grant to Queen's University. Faculty of Arts ($18,000.00) 
Treasurer, Queen's University, grant 18,000 00 

Grant to Queen's University, Faculty of Medicine ($14,000.00) 

Treasurer, Queen's University, grant 14,000 00 

Grant to Queen's University (Special) ($10,000.00) 
Treasurer, Queen's University, grant 10 000 00 

Grant to Queen's University (Special Grant due to War Conditions) ($15,000.00) 

Treasurer, Queen's University, grant 15,000 00 

Grant to Western University, Public Health Department ($20,000.00) 
Treasurer, Western University, grant 20,000 00 

Grant to Western University, Medical Department ($15,000 00) 
Treasurer, Western University, grant ' 15,000 00 

Grant to Western University. Arts Department ($15,000.00) 
Treasurer, Western University, grant 15,000 00 

Grant to Western University (Special) ($10,000.00) 
Treasurer, Western University, grant 10,000 00 

Grant to University of Toronto (Special) ($175,000.00) 
Bursar, University of Toronto, grant 175,000 00 

Grant to University of Toronto, Special Hospital Grant (25.000.00) 

Bursar, University of Toronto, grant 25,000 00 

Grant to Royal Ontario Museum (Special) ($15,000.00) 
Treasurer, Royal Ontario Museum, grant 15,000 00 

Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville. 
Salaries ($41,650.38) 

C. B. Coughlin. M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,800 00 

W. W. Boyce, M.D. Physician 800 00 

J. W. Pearce: Bursar 1,500 00 

EL A. Willoughby : Matron 600 00 

G. Graham: Asst. Matron and' Domestic 

Science Teacher GOO 00 

D. R. Coleman : Teacher 1,317 00 

G.F.Stewart: do 1,416 00 

W.J.Campbell: do 1,449 00 

Sarah Templeton : Two and one-half do 176 50 

F. cross : Twelve do 783 00 

I. Palen : do 891 00 

Mary Bull : do 449 00 

Sylvia C. Balis: do 850 00 

Georgina Linn: do 766 00 

Ada James: do 500 00 

C.Ford: do 982 00 



148 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville.— Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

N. Brown: Twelve months' salary as Teacher _ , 484 <)0 

L. Deannard : do 766 00 

B. Riordan : do 766 00 

W. Armstrong: Ten do 666 00 

T. Ahem : Two do 158 00 

T. Panter : Twelve do 808 00 

F. Curry: do 675 00 

S.Keating: Two do 133 00 

M.Wheeler: Ten v do 666 00 

M. Hitch cox: Twelve do _ 508 00 

Viola Handley: do 716 00 

G. Springer: do 659 00 

A.Hill: Ten do 582 00 

L. Domm : do 292 00 

L. Fearon: Nine and one-half do 673 50 

Lena Carroll : Two do 125 00 

Ethel Nurse: do 125 00 

K.B.Scott: do 84 00 

W. Nurse: Twelve Storekeeper 950 00 

C. J. Peppin: Engineer 1,000 00 

E. Doran: Fireman and Watchman 600 00 

W. Smith : Messenger 540 00 

S. J. Wedden: Four and one&alf Farmer and Agricultural 

Teacher 374 50 

C. S. Nicholson: Seven and one-half Farmer and Agricultural 

j Teacher 625 50 

J. N. Boyd : Twelve Baker 850 00 

A. Morrice: Shoemaker 750 00 

Chas. R. Ford: Ten Printing Instructor 666 00 

E. Payne: Supervisor of Boys 541 00 

I. McBride: Eleven Clerk and .Stenographer 641 00 

W. E. Parks: Twelve Carpenter 750 00 

Geo. Carter: Sewage Work 450 00 

E. S. Smith : Teamster 540 00 

Clara Coombe: Trained Nurse 500 00 

Nicholas Stout: Stoker 600 00 

L. Williams: * Seamstress 400 00 

A. McKenzie: Seven Farm Hand in summer and 

1 Fireman in winter 315 00 

Cooks: . . 339 18" 

Assistant Cooks: 235 56 

Maids: . .. 1,395 49 

Laundresses: 824 49 

Temporary Assistance: 1,618 31 

Supervisors: 1,264 35 

Assistant Nurse: 114 00 



Adams, W. H., 1 pair boots at 
4.50, 1 pair rubber boots at 
3.00, 1 pair at 3.25 

Aherne, J. M., trav. expenses . . 

American Annals of the Deaf, 
subscription 

Armstrong. W., trav. expenses. 

Asselstine Transfer, Ltd., livery 
hire 

Bates, G. W., hay, 12 tons 1,290 
lbs. at 12.00 per ton 

Babcock, D., cleaning chimneys 

Belleville Cemetery, tax on plot 



Expenses ($59,118.53) 

Belleville General Hospital, hos- 
pital charges 38 00 

10 75 Belleville Gas Co., gas 122 10 

6 85 Belleville Hardware & Lock 

Mfg. Co., Ltd., cylinder re- 

1 50 pairs, 25c. ; 6 keys at 47c 3 07 

5 70 Belleville Pottery Co., tile .... 4 40 

Belleville Intelligencer, The, ad- 

124 00 vertising 35 36 

Belleville Produce Co., 25 bags 

151 74 potatoes at 1.60, 115y 3 at 1.75, 

8 00 201 7-9 at 2.00, 161 17-18 at 

2 00 2.25; cartage, ,2.00; feed and 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



149 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



fodder, 1 ton at 63.00, 1 at 
66.00; alfalfa bean seed, etc., 
62.50; 163 doz. eggs at 44c. . .« 

Belleville Water Works, water 
rates 

Bell Telephone Co., rental of 
instrument, 144.00; messages, 
36.30 

Bishop, C. E., seeds 

Boyle, Geo., 500 lbs. tea at 40c; 2G 
bags potatoes at 1.75 ; 18 pump- 
kins at 25c; 75 lbs. cream candy 
at 22c; 150 bunches rhubarb 
at 5c; 5 pkgs. cereals at 10c; 
200 lbs. at 6 87-100c; 36 pkgs. 
ammonia powder at 10c; 21 
loaves bread at 20c; 20 lbs. 
cranberries at 23c; 25 lbs. 
butter at 55c; 100 lbs. assorted 
nuts at 23c; 2 bags salt at 
1.60; 40 bas. peaches at 1.75; 
583 lbs. cheese at 27c; 30 gals. 
molasses at 75c; 4 lbs. raisins 
at 35c; paper bags, 4.00; 
64 doz. oranges at 35c 7 
doz. at 60c; 1 bag flour at 
1.75; 150 lbs. baking powder 
at 35c, 6 tins at 60c; 1 doz. 
whisks at 2.90; 2 bags corn- 
meal at 7.75; 1 case matches 
at 10.80; 12 pkgs. macaroni 
at 12y 2 c; sundry fresh fruit 
and berries, 242.35; sundries, 
23.67 

Buntin, Reid Co., stationery 
supplies 

Campbell, W. J., trav. expenses 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Ry. Co., freight 
charges, 1.78; fares, 7.90 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., messages... 

C. P. Ry. Co., fares 

Canadian Rex Spray Co., Ltd., 
arsenate of lead 

Canada Steamships, Ltd., freight 
charges 

Carter, W. J., electrical supplies 
and repairs 

Chalmers & Hollis, machinery 
parts 

Champagne, J., cartage 

Chisholm, C. F., & Son, 1,000 
lbs. honey at 20c 

Clarke, H. J., services as literary 
examiner 

Clark, Wm„ 615 lbs. beef at 20c; 
61 lbs. pork at 25c; 20 lbs. 
lamb at 30c 

Olarry, J. W., auto hire 

Clarke, F. C, drugs and chemi- 
cals 

Cook & Boulton, paints, var- 
nishes, etc 



1,274 87 
900 00 



180 30 
64 00 



679 33 



334 

8 

34 

3 


89 
51 
18 
95 


9 

6 

15 


68 
14 
10 


100 


00 


9 


01 


7 


25 


5 


75 
30 


200 


00 


75 


00 


144 
7 


25 
00 


95 54 


27 


75 



Coombe, C, trav. expenses 12" 16 

Cooper, R.- B., 2,000 lbs. oats and 
barley at 2.43, 2,300 at 2.70, 
6,000 at 3.55, 4,000 at 3.10, 25 
bus. oats at 80c, 175 at 85c, 
100 at 1.00, 100 at 1.10, 100 
at 1.15; 2,000 lbs. chicken feed 
at 3.50, 2,000 lbs. at 3.55; 
cleaning wheat for seed, 3.00; 
grinding of feed, 4,639 lbs. at . 
9c.; 1,000 lbs. bran at 1.90, 
500 lbs. at 2.00; 53 bags flour 
at 6.00, 1 at 6.25 

Coughlin, C. B., trav. expenses. 

Cronk, C. A., auto hire 

Cummings, J., harness repairs 

Curry, F., trav. expenses 

Deannard, L., trav. expenses . . 

De Shane, E. W., incubator, 6.00; 
thermometer, 1.00 

Diamond, F. D., testing scales 

Dickens, E. F., & Son, 5 qts. 
ice cream at 60c ♦. . 3 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges ..... 8 13 

Downey Coal Co., coal, 763 tons 
140 lbs. slack at 9.01, 1,447 
tons 1,740 lbs. egg at 7.60, 
833 tons 160 lbs. at 8.15, 155 
tons 460 lbs. at 8.90, 18 tons 
L,350 lbs. at 9.75, 61 tons 900 
lbs. at 11.50; cartage, 430.00.. 27 

Doyle, J. V., drugs and chemi- 
cals 



,515 


78 


49 


49 


15 


50 


28 


30 


5 


10 


18 


45 


7 00 


3 


00 



,379 08 
134 99 



Earle-Cook Co., Ltd., 2 doz. nap- 
kins at 4.50; 204y 2 yds. towel- 
ling at 28c; 100 yds. cotton 
at lie, 12 yds. at 15c; 
sundries, 84c 79 90 

Eastern Township Poultry 
Farm, burner 80 

Elcome, Edwin, mounting 
weasel 2 00 

Evening Telegram, Toronto, ad- 
vertising 69 

Fairfield, H. E., 36 pkgs. raisins 
at 15c, 10 lbs. at 18c; 3^ 
lbs. peel at 50c; 17 pkgs. dates 
at 15c; 2 sacks salt at 1.50, 
100 lbs. at 1.10; 100 bus. oats 
at 1.15; 40 bus. wheat at 2.25; 
120 lbs. lard at 32c, 40 lbs. at 
33c, 120 lbs. at 34c; 400 lbs. 
cornmeal at 7c; 20 lbs. 
tapioca at 18c; 1 doz. mac- 
aroni at 20c, 30 pkgs. at 
12^c; 600 lbs. bran at 2.00; 
300 lbs. chicken feed at 6.50; 
50 lbs. at 7.00; sundries, 8.73 394 03 

Farm Exchange, 42,016 qts. 
milk at 3c 1,250 48 

Field Husbandry Dept., 5 lbs. 
mangel seed at 1.50 7 50 

Ford, C, trav. expenses 33 36 



150 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville.— Continued. 



Fleiechmann Co., 162*£ lbs. 
yeast at 30c, 27 lbs. at 35c. 

Fruit Machinery Co., Ltd., 
machinery repairs 

Gage, W. J., & Co., Ltd., books 

Gardner, C. A., auto repairs . . 

Geen, A. L., stationery supplies, 
96.50; newspaper subscrip- 
tions, 18.85 

Gilbert, W. B., y 2 doz. eggs at 
60c 

Graham, G., trav. expenses .... 

Greenleafs, Ltd., machinery 
parts and repairs 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages . . 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges, 
16.47; fares, 107.30 

Green & Co., 366y 2 lbs. mutton 
at 28c; 24,741% lbs. beef at 
20c; 43 lbs. liver at 15c; 35 
lbs. sausage at 23c, 8 lbs. at 
28c; 2,078% lbs. pork at 28c. 

Gunns, Ltd., 392 lbs. butter at 
43y 2 c, 1,344 at 45y 2 c, 1,323 at 
46c, 1,620 at 47c, 784 at 
50c, 675 at 51c, 1,792 at 53c; 
15 lbs. sausages at 23c; 30 
lbs. oleomargarine at 30c 

Hall, C. W., 7 tons 890 lbs. hay 
at 12.00, 2 tons 50 lbs. at 15.00 

Handley, V. G., trav. expenses. 

Harvey, G. A., livery hire 

Hendry, G. M., school supplies 

Hughes, L. P., 450 bags flour 
at 6.00 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, electric current, 844.78; 
repairs and supplies, 64.98 . . 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., 85 gals oil 
at 18c, 260 at 19c 

Ives, J. B., 20 bus. lime at 55c 

Jennings & Sherry, map 

Johns, L. T., Xmas trees 

Johnson, J. W., books 

Kellog, E. H., & Co., 1 bbl. cyl- 
inder oil at 25.00, 1 at 26.00, 
1 at 25.50, 1 at 31.80, 1 at 
32.40 

Ketcheson, H. F., auto license 
fee 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery 

Labey, G. A., & Son, tile, 60.00; 
cartage. 11.00 

La-lo Mfg. Co., Ltd., 44 gals. 
distemper at 75c 

Lewis, John Co., Ltd., kitchen 
supplies 

Lugsdin, H. L., 6 cases toilet 
paper at 13.50 

McBride, J., trav. expenses 

McCreary, W. R., 165 lbs. cheese 
at 25c 



Expenses.— Continued. 

McCullough, W. J., trav. ex- 

58 21 penses 4 00 

McFee, A., clock repairs 1 50 

186 55 McGie, A., tailors' cuttings ... 1 50 

6 72 Mcintosh Bros., measuring cup 15 

107 50 McKeown, J. S., drugs and 

chemicals 34 40 

McLaughlin Carriage Co., Ltd., 

115 35 top rests with straps 2 00 

McLean, H. H 1 ., electrical repairs 75 

30 Mail and Empire, Toronto, ad- 

12 35 vertising 4 92 

Makers of Canada, Ltd., book.. 3 00 

53 '96 Meyer Bros., 1,960 lbs. wyan- 

19 42 dotte soda at 4.14%, 280 lbs. 

at 4.32, 280 lbs. at 5.34; 7V 2 

123 77 yds. mangle felt at 2.10; 25 

yds. cotton duck at 2.31 181 79 

Military Hospitals Comm. Indus- 
tries, 12 doz. brooms at 7.50 90 00 
Newspapers and periodicals, 
5,249 85 subscriptions, 9.50; advertis- 
ing, 116.63 126 13 

Northampton Institution for 

Saving, exchange on cheque. 5 00 
North Hastings Review, adver- 
tising 2 35 

3,935 58 Northern Aluminum Co., Ltd., 

tea kettle 4 90 

119 72 Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

3 10 office furniture 81 63 

12 00 Oliphant, R., & Son, 40 lbs. but- 

173 27 ter at 49c; oleomargarine, 50 

lbs. at 33V 2 c; 205 9-16 lbs. 

2,700 00 • fish at lie, 371 7-16 lbs. at 

15c, 40 lbs. at 16c, 224 9-16 

lbs. at 17c, 90 lbs. at 18c, 

909 76 345 9-16 lbs. at 19c, 517% 

lbs. at 20c, 81 9-10 lbs. at 

64 70 22c, 40y 2 lbs. at 24c, 48 lbs. 

11 00 at 25c, 741/a lbs. at 27c, 

25 33 11-16 lbs. at 30c 414 25 

2 00 Ontario Soap & Oil Co., Ltd., 

2 25 metal polish 7 00 

Ostrom, Chas., drugs and chemi- 
cals 185 10 

Palen, J., trav. expenses 8 70 

140 70 Panter, J., & Son, 100 lbs. lard 

at 28c, 100 lbs. at 32c, 184 

51 00 lbs. cheese at 24c, 80 lbs. at 

24y 2 c, 80 lbs. at 26V 2 c, 87 

12 80 lbs. at 28c, 200 lbs. cornmeal 

at 6.87 y 2 , 200 lbs. at 7.25; 12 
71 00 pkgs. macaroni at 14c; 400 

lbs. sugar at 9.50, 100 lbs. at 
33 00 9.25; 2 bags salt at 1.40, 2 

bags at 1.50; fruit and vege- 
44 91 tables. 12.35; 40 doz. eggs at 

39c, 10 doz. at 45c, 11 5-16 
81 00 lbs. bacon at 45c; 1 box soap 

3 25 at 7.75; sundries, 16.73 .... 314 83 

Paterson, W., & Son, 2 gro. 
41 25 candy at 1.10 2 20 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



151 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Pearce, J. W., accountable 

Peck & Wills, lumber 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 

Quick & Robertson, overalls . . . 

Rennie's Seeds, seeds, plants, 
bulbs, 3.00; jute sacks, 50c... 

Riggs' Garage, 540% gals, gaso- 
line at 38c; auto supplies, 
57.79; auto livery, 10.80 

Ritchie Co., Ltd., 92 yds. galatea 
for 27.00; 12 yds. flannelette 
at 40c; 54 yds. ticking at 

47 %c; 53 ^ yds. sheeting at 
30c, 7 yds. at 45c, 7 yds. at 
50c, 420 yds. at 85c; 3 shades 
at 1.15, 5 at 1.60, 19 at 1.90; 

48 papers pins at 12 ^c; 84 
yds. marquisette at 35c; 4% 
yd«. print at 17c; 5 yds. cam- 
bric at 15c; 54% yds. duck at 
25c; 72 yds. elastic at 6c, 
36 yds. at 8c, 36 yds. at 10c, 
48 yds. at 12%c, 96 yds. at 
17c; 1 gro. braid at 6.75; 1 
hearth rug at 8.50; 11% yds. 
chintz at 40c; 10 yds. cheese- 
cloth at 10c; 3 tin rollers 
at 1.25, 1 at 1.75; 1 table- 
cloth at 9.50; 1 doz. napkins 
at 7.00; 2*4 yds. linen at 
2.50; 14 doz. tape at 1.20; 
18% yds. carpet at 1.50; 4% 
yds. linoleum at 1.50; 10 yds. 
cotton at 15c; 12 doz. buttons 
at 35c, 1 gro. at 3.00; sun- 
dries, 10.52 

Robinson, F. A., oil cake, 3,591 
lbs. at 3.21 

Ross, G., 1 year's rental of shed 

Ruttan, G. P., blacksmithing. . 

Schapirograph Co., Ltd., schap- 
ir6graph 

Schuster Co., Ltd., beaver 
board 

Shortell Homestead, syrup .... 

Sills, G. L., stationery supplies 

Simmons Motor Car Co., 154% 
gals, gasoline at 38c; repairs 
and supplies, 2.85 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
Ltd., sundries 

Sloan, John, & Co., 1 bbl. salt 
at 4.25; 6 doz. stove polish at 
87%c. 4 doz. at 90c, 2 doz. 
at 1.15, 2 doz. at 1.20; 6 boxes 
cocoa at 2.46; 2 cases salmon 
at 9.00, 3 cases at 11.20, 18 
cases at 15.00; 1 box mustard 
at 7.68; 2 boxes bathbrick at 
1.20; 1 case ammonia at 2.85; 
6 boxes soap at 5.55; 1 case 
bon ami at 3.75: 34 gals, 
vinegar at 29c, 30 gals at 



250 00 

116 92 

162 00 

6 25 

3 50 



273 99 



696 38 



114 

15 

9 


91 

00 
50 


22 


45 


11 
80 

1 


GO 
00 

85 


61 


67 


1 


22 



30c; 5 boxes blue at 2.16; 2 
bbls. rolled oats at 9.25, 4 
bags at 5.50; 1 bbl. rolled 
wheat at 6.75, 2 at 7.00; 2 
boxes cornstarch at 4.40, 2 
boxes at 4.80; 100 lbs. rice 
at 9.00; 1 case macaroni at 
3.75; 10 bags sugar at 8.54, 
1 bag at 8.74; 3 bags at 8.82, 
10 bags at 8.97, 15 bags at 
9.14, 7 bags at 9.39, 5 bags at 
9.89, 6 bags at 10.25, 25 lbs. 
at 10c; 2,280 lbs. syrup at 
714c; 6 cases canned vege- 
tables at 3.80, 4 cases at 4.00, 

4 cases at 4.60, 4 cases at 4.90; 

5 lbs. spices at 22c 

Smith, E. D., & Sons, Ltd., 

plants 

Smith, W., bridge toll 

Springer Lock Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
supplies and repairs 

Spramotor Co., spramotors 

Stevenson, M. J., books 

Stewart, G. P., trav. expenses.. 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds, etc 

Sulman, C. N., 3,200 lbs. soap 
at 1614c, 1 case at 5.50; in- 
door balls, 7.50; 1 clothes 
basket at 1.50, 6 at 2.00; 1 
water bottle, 1.50; 2 ball 
clubs at 75c; 25 lbs. wrap- 
ping paper at 10c; basket 
ball, 8.00; 1 doz. tennis balls, 
4.00; 23 yds. wall paper at 
5c, 32 rolls at 10c, 16 rolls 
at 15c, 14 rolls at 20c; 14 
yds. slated cloth at 1.50, 12 
yds. at 1.75; 1 daily journal 
at 4.00; 3 gro. laces at 2.25, 
8 gro. at 2.50; 1 pair mitts at 
3.00; 17 yds. frieze at 7c; 
1 mask at 3.75; 6 skeins yarn 
at 20c; crockery and kitchen- 
ware, 155.42; 12 doz. collar 
buttons at 40c; sundries, 
44.61; 9 lbs. baldwin wool at 
4.50; 5 doz. spring rings at 
60c; stationery, toys, etc, 
57.86 

Talbot & Talbot, y 2 doz. laundry 
bags at 9.00, y 2 doz. at 12.00 

Thomas, A., 70 bun. rhubarb at 
3c 

Tickell & Sons, Co., 2 tables at 
4.50; sundries, 2.75 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising 

Toronto Globe, advertising . . . 

Tweed News, advertising .... 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
supplies, etc 

Upham, L., book 



1,295 97 



42 


25 




50 


6 


19 


67 


20 


41 


00 


16 


86 



91 86 



1,201 


6? 


10 50 


2 


10 


11 
1 
5 

2 


75 
40 
02 
85 


106 
10 


98 
78 



152 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville.— Continued. 



Vernon, Henry, & Son, directory 

Volta Bureau, books 

Walker, J. W., 1 wrench at 
1.75, 1 at 2.25; kitchen sup- 
plies, 3.20; iron, hardware, 
etc., 116.35; paints, oils, etc., 
15.90; 12 prs. scissors at 60c; 
16 lbs. belt laces at 2.00; 18^4 
lbs. rope at 45c, 3 7-16 lbs. at 
50c; 1 scoop at 1.75, 2 at 
2.25; 6 clipping machines for 
11.00; 13 ft. belting at 35c, 
22 ft. at 45c, 82 ft. at 67c, 
13 ft. at 1.00; 11% lbs. pack- 
ing at 60c, 24 lbs. at 1.00; 
8 14 lbs. at 1.50, 4y 2 lbs. at 
1.75, 12 lbs. at 2.50; 6 door 
springs at 30c; 2 doz. guage 
glasses at 1.75; 2 snow shovels 
at 1.00; 7 bbls. cement at 
2.85, iy 2 bbls. at ,3.25; 2 prs. 
horse blankets at 8.00; 200 
lbs. oyster shells at 1.35; 50 
lbs. putty at 6c, 25 lbs. at 
7c; 1 rubber coat at 10.00; 
50 lbs. waste at 25c; 1 pr. 
zinc collar pads at 1.20; 6 
rakes at 90c, 2 at 1.25; 1 
garden fork at 1.60, 1 at 2.35; 
1 doz. hacksaw blades at 1.25; 
125 lbs. alabastine at 8c; 1 
lawn mower at 10.00, 1 at 
11.00; 1 can paint at 1.25; 
10 lbs. sash cord at 85c; 
3 locks at 75c, 1 at 1.25, 
1 at 3.00; 1% yds. matting at 
2.50; 1 gro. screws at 1.20; 
sundries, 34.62; less discount, 
9.85 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter, Ltd., 
stationery supplies 

Wheeler. F. R., publications . . 

Wallbridge & Clarke, 25 lbs. 
sugar at lie; 60 lbs. tea at 
52c; 12 lbs. bacon at 48c; 
5 lbs. figs, at 20c; 459% lbs. 
soda biscuits at 16c, 38 lbs. 



Expenses. — Continued. 

3 00 at 18c; 250 lbs. coffee at 32c, 

3 20 50 lbs. at 37c, 50 lbs. at 38c, 

50 lbs. at 39c; 5 lbs. prunes 
at 20c, 5 lbs. at 22c; % lb. 
baking powder at 60c; 1 box 
raisins at 1.95; 12 lbs. fish at 
22y 2 c, y 2 doz. boxes at 4.50; 
5 gals, molasses at 1.30; 4 
bots. olives at 35c; 5 lbs. 
spices at 45c; 6 pineapples 
at 40c; 1 doz. shoe brushes 
at 4.80; 48 lbs. cocoa at 41c; 

1 sack flour at 1.75; 3 jars 
pickles, 30 3-10c; sundries, 
11.33 

Walmesley, J. E., Co., Ltd., 10 
cases soap at 5.90; 48 lbs. cocoa 
at 41c; 100 lbs. tea at 48c, 100 
lbs. at 58c, 200 lbs. at 60c, 
100 lbs. at 62c; 6 doz. canned 
vegetables at 1.90, 16 doz. at 
2.50; 72 doz. salmon at 3.65; 

2 bags rolled oats at 6.00, 4 
bbls. at 8.00, 1 bbl. at 9.00, 2 
bbls. at 9.50; 50 lbs. raisins 
at 15c, 2 cases at 4.32; 2 
cases cleanser at 3.60; 25 lbs. 
sugar at 9c, 1 bag at 8.14, 1 
bag at 8.17, 1 bag at 8.24; 30 
bags at 8.54, 1 bag at 8.57, 
10 bags at 8.64; 20 bags at 
8.97, 10 bags at 9.27, 12 
bags at 9.60; 12 lbs. mus- 
tard at 80c; 2 bbls. rolled 
wheat at 7.00, 1 bbl. at 7.50, 
2 bbls. at 8.00; 1 bag rice at 
9.00, 1 bag at 10.00, 1 bag 
at 12.00; 153 lbs. tapioca at 

539 39 16c; 30 lbs. macaroni at 

10c; 80 lbs. cornstarch at 

303 88 11%C, 80 lbs. at 12c; 6 doz. 
2 62 shoe dressing at 90c, 2 doz. 
at 95c, 4 doz. at 1.20; 1 bbl. 
salt at 5.00, 1 bbl. at 5.50; 
29 gals, vinegar at 29c, 28 
gals, at 30c, 1 bbl. 4.50; 25 
lbs. black pepper at 40c 



Furniture and furnishings, ($562.86) 



Lewis, J., Co., Ltd., cooking 
utensils, 34.60; sundry hard- 
ware, 24.05; electric irons, 1 
at 4.50, 1 at 5.50; electric 
lamps, 200 at 36c; gas torch, 
1 at 9.00; gas heater, 1 at 12.00 

Ritchie Co., The, tabling, 165 
yds. at 1.25; tapestry, 17 yds . 
at 1.50 



161 65 



231 75 



Smith Hardware Co., pails, 3 at 
4.25, 6 at 60c, boilers, 1 at 
3.00, 9 at 1.60; sundry hard- 
ware, 51.61 

Tickell & Sons, furniture re- 
pairs, 5.05; desks, 1 a't 13.75; 
1 at 15.00; chairs, 25 at 1.20; 
mattresses, 5 at 4.00 



$28 33 



1,718 40. 



85 66 



83 80 



Bedding, sheeting and towelling ($209.10) 
Ritchie Co., pillow cotton, 152 sheeting. 16 yds. at 50c, 80 

yds. at 60c. ; towelling, 255 yds. at 85c 299 10 

yds. at 38c; 87^ yds. at 40c; 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



15£ 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville.— Continued. 

Lumber for Boys to make tables, seats, etc. ($398.20) 

Peck. & Wills, lumber 385 54 Schuster, The, Co., Ltd., lumber 



12 75 



Lumber, hardware, plaster, oil, etc., for building generally ($647.89) 



Cooke, Boulton, liquid wax, 3 
gals, at 2.10; floor wax, 85 lbs. 
at 40c 40 30 

Lewis, J., Co., Ltd., plumbing, 
heating supplies and repairs. 345 44 

Peck & Wills, lumber .> 39 41 



Smith Hardware Co., paints, oil, 
varnishes, 68.15 ; iron hard- 
ware, 113.34 

Walker, J. W., pipe cutters, 1 at 
4J)0, 1 at 7.25; stocks, 1, dies,, 
1 at 30.00 



181 49 



41 25 



Wages of extra carpenters, etc. ($273.35) 
Pay lists, wages of men 273 35 



Classroom, libraries and school equipment ($25.35) 
Methodist Book and Publishing House, books 



25 35 



Training of Teachers ($400.00) 

The Clarke School for the Deaf, board and tuition fees of Teachers, Normal 
Class 400 00 

Allowance to G. F. Stewart for extra services as editor of "The Canadian" ($300.00) 
Stewart, G. F 300 00 

Supplies, including tools for boiler room ($200.00) 

Lewis, John, Co., Ltd., boiler room supplies 200 00 



Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford. 

Salaries ($34,038.73) 

W. B. Race: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent and Principal.... 2,800 Otf 

do Arrears of salary, 1916-17 67 67 

C. A. Cole: Twelve months' salary as Assistant Principal 1,600 00 

J. A. Marquis: do Physician 600 00 

G. H. Ryerson : do Bursar 1,700 00 

M.E.Stewart: do , Matron 700 00 

D. ftadcliffe: Ten do Teacher 525 00 

B. A. Harrington : Twelve do do 682 00 

M. Middlemiss : do do 583 00 

L. H. Haycock: do do 550 00 

Ella Cooper: do do 550 00 

H. Burke : Nine do do 200 00 

J. D. Ansall: Twelve do do 1,200 00 

A. Ostler: Two do do 100 00 

Bthel S-myth : Twelve do do 682 00 

W. J. Hickey : do do 866 00 

C. Kavanagh : Eleven do do 617 23 

Hilda Young: do do 360 40 

M. K. Jones : Twelve do do 600 00 

M. Summerby: One do do 58 34 

Emma Mofflt: do do 68 06 

Florence McGuire: do do 58 34 

W. N. Andrews: Eleven do Musical Director 1,467 00 

J. M. Killmaster: One do do 97 22 

W. B. Donkin: Twelve do Trades Instructor 1,200 00 

Jae. Gourley: do Supervisor of Boys 600 00 

do Arrears of salary, 1916-17 16 6T 



154 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 



Salaries.— Continued. 



One 
Nine 
Twelve 
Ten 



Seven 
Twelve 



Jno. Pollock: 

P. Greenwood: 

M. J. Cronk: 

G. W. Johnson 

J. B. Wilson: 

H. Bond: One and one-half 

J. McDonald: .Twelve 

Chas. F. Lewis: 

A. C. Jackson: 

P. Will: 

Geo. Grierson: 

Wm. Monroe: 

Robert Quillie: 

Cooks : 

Maids : 

Laundresses: 

Nurses : 

Temporary Assistance: 

Farm Help, additional: 



Adams Furniture Co., Ltd., 
chairs, 108 at 1.90, 12 at 2.95 

Agnew, John., Ltd., laces, 5 
gross at 1.85 

Allan, John, evaporated apples, 
250 lbs. at 18c 

American Coal & Coke Co., coal, 
52.85 tons at 3.25 

Ballantyne, A., dustbane, 1 bbl. 
at 8.75, 1 bbl. at 9.25; dust 
mop, 1 at 1.50 

Beal, A., services as labourer at 
35c. per hr 

Bell, Dr. B. C, professional ser- 
vices 

Bell Telephone Co.. rent of in- 
struments, 159.03; messages, 
46.40 

Benwell Fish Co., fish, 24 y 2 lbs. 
at lie, 18 lbs. at 13c., 160 lbs. 
at 15c, 2914 lbs. at 17c, 416% 
lbs. at 18c, 161 lbs. at 20c, 
93 lbs. at 22c, 302 lbs. at 25c, 
35 lbs. at 26c; less credit, 8.82 

Bishop, J., & Son., twine, 35 lbs. 
at 28c 

Bloxham's Cash Meat Market, 
veal, 150 lbs. at 22c, 7 2-16 lbs. 
at 40c; tongue, 11% lbs. at 
20c; pork, 65 V 2 lbs. at 33c, 
beef, 244 lbs. at 25c 

Boles, T. Geo., drugs, chemicals, 

, etc 

Brander, G., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

Brantford Gas Co., gas 

Brantford Board of Railway 
Commissioners, car tickets . . 

Brantford General Hospital, 
board and treatment of pa- 
tients 

Brantford Courier, Ltd., adver- 



Seven months' salary as Supervisor of Boys 358 34 

do €0 00 

Visitors' Attendant 250 00 

Carpenter and Instructor 1,000 00 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Engineer 

do 

Assistant Engineer 

Fireman and Farm Hand 
Farmer and Gardener . . 
Porter and Messenger . . . 

Baker 

Stoker 

Night Watchman 



Expenses ($29,950.53) 



240 60 

9 25 

45 00 

171 76 

19 50 

3 50 

309 00 

205 43 



237 57 
9 80 



120 


72 


52 


66 


44 


21 


118 


30 


12 


30 


67 


70 



Using, 15.20; printing, 14.00; 
subscriptions, 18.00 

Brantford, Corporation of the 
City of, ambulance hire 

Brantford and Hamilton Elec- 
tric Ry. Co., freight Charges. . 

Brantford Hydro-Electric Sys- 
tem, light and power, 440.15; 
lamps, 12 at 45c, 50 at 40c, 
39 at 83c, 100 for 36.52; elec- 
tric supplies, 1.80 

Brantford Waterworks, water 
rates, 566.07; rental of hy- 
drants, 160.00 

Brant Ave. Methodist Church, 
pupils' sittings, 31 at 2.00 . . . 

Bristol Co., charts, 500 at 75c 
per 100 

Broadbent, Jos., buttons, 1 gross 
at 2.50; cloth, 2.50 

Brown, Chas. H., victrola rec- 
ords, 80.70; needles, 1.05; al- 
bums, 7.25 

Butler Bros., class pins, 20 at 
25c 

Buntin, Gillies & Co.,, Ltd., sta- 
tionery 

Burrows, J. T., filling ice-house, 
250.00; cartage, 4.00 

Bursar, The, to pay sundry ac- 
counts 

Cameron, B., cutting corn, 4^ 
acres at 2.00 

Cameron, Cecil A., drugs and 
chemicals 

Campbell, W. J., fish, 405 lbs at 
18c 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 

Canadian Express Co., charges. 

Canadian National Library for 
the Blind, games 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams . . 



833 


00 


125 


00 


720 


00 


600 


00 


700 


00 


233 


00 


600 


00 


580 


00 


550 


00 


641 


67 


2,646 14 


890 


00 


940 


00 


2,903 


90 


858 


75 


47 


20 


2 


00 


1 


23 



536 24 



726 07 


62 00 


3 75 


5 00 


89 00 


5 00 


19 50 


254 00 


17 35 


9 00 


40 25 


72 90 
87 28 
12 56 


5 00 
7 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



155 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 



Clark, J. W., spraying fruit trees 

Clissold, Fred., cleaning shoes 

Cockshutt Plow Co., Ltd., imple- 
ment repairs 

Cole., G. A., trav. expenses .... 

Copeland, R. M., sundries, 17.10; 
salmon, 1 doz. at 4.20, 1 doz. 
at 4.80; sausage 155 lbs. at 
25c; soap, 2 boxes at 5.00, 1 
box at 8.00; cleaning mate- 
rial, 7.95; potatoes. 10 bags 
at 2.00; sugar, 100 lbs. at 
9%c, 100 lbs. at 10c, 270 lbs. 
at 12 %c; tea, 5 lbs. at 60c, 
6 lbs. at 65c; tapioca, 25 lbs. 
at 18c; lard, 40 lbs. at 35c, 20 
lbs. at 36c; corn meal, 100 
lbs. at 8^4c.; eggs, 6 doz. at 
55c; jam, 10 doz. at 1.50; 
rolled oats, 2 bags at 7.00, 1 
bag at 6.25 

Coulbeck, Arthur, lard, 60 lbs. at 
33c, 40 lbs. at 33 %c; sausage, 
55 lbs. at 21c, 13 lbs. at 22c; 
sugar, 100 lbs, at 9.25 cwt, 
400 lbs. at 9.50 cwt., 100 lbs. at 
10.70 cwt., 100 lbs. at 11.00 
cwt.; baskets, 1 doz. at 4.80, 
1 doz. at 3.60; salt. 1 bbl. at 
3.50; sundry groceries, 38.09; 
soda biscuits, 50 lbs. at 15c, 
21* lbs. at 17c; tapioca, 200 
lbs. at 18c; soap chips, 2,408 
lbs. at 13V&c; soap, 1 box at 
4.20, 50 cakes at 7c. 260 cakes 
at 4%c, 2 boxes at 5.40, 1 case 
at 7.75: salmon. 1 doz. at 3.75; 
corn flakes, 1.50; butter, 10 
lbs. at 55c: dutch cleanser, 
1 case at 4.35: jam, 30 lbs. 
at 18c; beans, iy 2 bus. at 9.00; 
eggs, 10 doz. at 50c. 6 doz. at 
'55.; rolled oats, 7.75.; rolled 
wheat, 2.00; molasses, 5 gals, 
at 75c; rice, 25 lbs at 12c; 
tea. 6 lbs. at 65c; cream of 
tartar, 5 lbs. at 1.15 

Cowans, electrical supplies and 
repairs. 50.39; vacuum clean- 
er. 50.00 

Cowan, T. A., electrical supplies 

Crompton, E. B.. & Co., Ltd., 
rugs, 2 at 2.50; 1 at 4.00; 
crockery, glassware, etc., 32.06 

Crown Electrical Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
nitrogen cord, 26 ft. at 5%c 
sundries, 60c 

Cudahy Packing Co., mopping 
powder, 300 lbs. at 6%c; 
sweeping compound, 277 lbs. 
at 3c 

Darwin Piano & Music Co., sheet 
music, etc., 



Expenses. — Continued. 

5 00 Davies, W., Co., Ltd., sausages, 

3 00 27 lbs. at 28c 7 56 

Dom. Express Co., charges 13 48 

2 75 Dominion Flour Mills, Ltd., 
24 16 bran, 8,100 lbs. at 2.00 cwt., 
1,900 lbs. at 1.90 cwt., 200 lbs. 
at 1.85 cwt, 500 lbs. at 1.80 
cwt., 500 lbs. at 1.65 cwt; 
shorts, 500 lbs. at 2.00 cwt., 
100 lbs. at 2.25 cwt., 200 lbs. 
at 2.30 cwt.; corn feed, 100 
lbs. at 6.00 cwt.; oilcake, 200 
lbs. at 3.50 cwt.; crushed 
oats, 200 lbs. at 2.50 cwt., 200 
lbs. at 2.70 cwt., 200 lbs. at 
2.80 cwt., 1.000 lbs. at 3.30 
cwt., 1,000 lbs. at 3.40 cwt., 
500 lbs. at 3.50 cwt., 2,000 lbs. 
at 3.70 cwt.; mixed grain, 
2,300 lbs. at 3.75 cwt.: 500 
243 45 lbs. at 3.80 cwt., 1,500 lbs. at 
3.85 cwt; middlings, 200 lbs. 
at 2.30 cwt., 200 lbs. at 2.35 
cwt.; flour, 6 bags at 5.35. 6 
bags at 5.50, 16 bags at 5/60, 
30 bags at 5.75; 94 bags at 
6.00, 1 bag at 6.30., 325 lbs. at 
&.25 cwt.. 100 lbs. at 6.50 cwt.; 
wheat, 510 lbs. at 2.50 bus.; 
rolled oats, 1 bbl. at 5.75; 
chopping, 5,215 lbs. at 7c 
cwt; barley, 250 lbs. 3%c; 
sundries, 6.42 1,710 13 

Dominion Signs of Canada, 
painting and lettering signs. 17 86 

Donkin, Walter B., trav. ex- 
penses 11 70 

Douglas & Roy, vegetable seeds, 
etc., 244.80; arsenate of lead, 
50 lbs. at 30c; chicken feed, 
27.35; spramotor, 80.00 367 15 

Dunn, E. G., spray, 5 gal. at 3.25 16 25 

Eaton, T., 'Co., Ltd., rubber sheet- 
ing, 4 yds. at 1.25; armchairs, 
13 at 2.75; postage, 5c 40 80 

Elliott, J. A., services digging 
645 09 potatoes 22 50 

Elliott's Hardware, hardware, 

etc 4 40 

100 39 Feely, R., iron hardware, etc, 

44 88 142.72; repairs to ceiling, 

trough, etc, 158.23 300 95 

Finch, J. C, cartage 2 00 

41 06 First Baptist Church, pupils' sit- 
tings, 3 at 2.00 6 00 

Fleischmann Co., The, yeast, 
1 96 13% lbs. at 35c, 3 lbs. at 36c 5 81 

Ford, J., Co.. yeast, 65% at 30c; 

jam, 270 lbs. at 14 %c. 180 lbs. 

at 16%c, 540 lbs. at 18c,. 

28 56 flour, 5 bags at 4.00; 10 bags 

at 4.50; 25 lbs. at 7c, 100 

22 51 lbs. at 9.50, 50 lbs. at 7.50; 



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EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 



Expenses. 

lemon peel, 10 lbs. at 37c; 

cereals, iy 2 doz pkgs. at 1.35, 

1V 2 doz. pkgs. at 1.65, 1V 2 

doz. pkgs. at 1.68, 1 doz. pkgs. 

at 1.75; ricketts blue, 12 pkgs. 

at 22c; gr. sugar, 8 bags at 

9.75, 1 bag at 9.50, 50 lbs. at 

lie; rolled wheat, 135 lbs. at 

7%CJ lard, 40 lbs. at 30c, 40 

lbs at 31c, 20 lbs. at 36c; 

yellow sugar, 1 bag at 9.10, 1 

bag at 9.35; rice, 100 lbs at 

9c, 100 lbs. at 12c, 100 lbs. 

at 13^c.; corn starch, 124 

lbs at 12 %e; tapioca. 2 doz. 

pkgs. at 1.60; tea, 6 lbs. at 

50c; coffee, 6 lbs. at 42c; 

cleaning materials, 3.65; eggs, 

30 doz. at 50c; cream of tar- 
tar, 5 lbs. at 75c; molasses, 

5 gals, at 75c, 5% gals at 

1.00; marmalade, 60 lbs. at 

19c, 60 lbs. at 30c; bovril, 

V 2 doz. at 14.00, 6 at 1.25; 

cocoa, 6 tins at 22c; rolled 

oats, 1 sack at 5.25; syrup, 

366 lbs. at 9c; soap, 105 cakes 

at 5c; sundries, 11.18 624 03 

Fowler, E. A., soap, 1 case at 

8.00, 1 case at 6.25; mustard, 

10 lbs. at 50c; rolled oats, 25 

lbs. at 8c; matches, 30 boxes 

at 15c; extracts, 1 doz. at 

1.10; borax, 1 doz. at 1.10; 

sugar, 400 lbs. at 9.90 cwt.; 

tanglefoot, 1 box at 5.25; gela- 
tine, 1 doz. at 2.30; rubber 

rings, 2 gross at 1.15 ; vinegar, 

30 gals, at 50c; sundries, 

16.35 109 20 

Gallop, A. J., services, threshing 

oats 14 50 

Ginn, A. J., ferns, 2 at 1.00, 2 at 

1.50 7 00 

Gourley, Jas„ cutting pupils' hair 55 25 
Gowman, R., & Son, chicks, 

100 at 15c 15 00 

Grace Church (Anglican), pupils' 

sittings, 36 at 2.00 72 00 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges 134 62 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 6 06 

Greening, B., Wire Co., Ltd., wire 

guard, 180% sq. ft. at 20c; 

wire baskets, 2 at 5.00 46 13 

Greenwood, R., repairing imple- 
ments 7 40 

Grierson, G., trav. expenses.... 1 00 

Gunn's, Ltd., butter, 810 lbs. at 

45y 2 c, 360 lbs. at 46c, 360 lbs. 

at 47c, 405 lbs. at 50c, 675 lbs. 

at 53c; oleomargarine, 30 lbs. 

at 30c 1,272 63 



-Continued. 

Hall, W. A., nitro lamps, 6 at 

2.55, 12 at 85c, 100 at 29c. . . 54 50 

Ham, Dr. A., services conduct- 
ing examinations in music, 
100.00; trav. expenses, 6.20.. 106 20 

Hamilton Stove & Heater Co., 

Ltd., key blanks 1 82 

Harp, Fred. C, gr. sugar, 700 
lbs. at 9.75 cwt.; yellow sugar, 
200 lbs. at 9.40; lard, 80 lbs. 
at 31c, 20 lbs. at 32c; rolled 
wheat, 50 lbs. at 7.40 cwt; 
tapioca. 25 lbs. at 18c; tea, 
6 lbs. at 55c; rice, 100 lbs. at 
9 1 / 2 c; rolled oats, 1 sack at 
5.50; sundry groceries, 24.60.. 169 35 

Harrigton, E. A., trav. expenses 8 00 

Hartley Foundry Co.. stands, 6 

sets at 2.50 15 00 

Hawthorne, W. G., football, 

6.00; sundries, 75c 6 75 

Haycock, L., trav. expenses ... 19 50 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., 

school supplies 63 76 

Hewitt, R.. labour, 3 days at 
3,00 9 00 

Hewson & Potter, plaster re- 
pairs 70 93 

Hext, George, blacksmithing... 10 00 

Hickey, W. J., trav. expenses.. 17 50 

Hunt & Colter, cartage 5 00 

Hunter, J. G., & Co., dry goods. 9 69 

Jarvis Optical Co., Ltd., art. ' 
eyes, 3 at 6.50; shell eye, 1 at 
4.50 24 00 

Jones, Marjorie K., trav. ex- 
penses 1 30 

Keensleyside Oil Co., cleaner, 300 
lbs. at 52c; soda, 280 lbs. at 
3c; wyandotte soda, 560 lbs. 
at 4.27 cwt 48 82 

Ker. John, use of corn binder. . 5 00 

Kerr, A., blacksmithing 24 65 

Kickley, W. J., painting and 

decorating 39£ 05 

Kilmer, E. E. C, services as 
literary examiner 100 00 

King, J. W., keys. 12 at 20c, 12 
at 25c; sharpening tools, 8.60 14 00 

Lake Erie & Northern Ry., cart- 
age 1 50 

Lyons Electrical Co., electrical 

supplies and repairs 30 15 

McCann. J. F., rolled oats, 90 
lbs. at 7c, 90 lbs. at 7 2-9c; 
rolled wheat, 50 lbs. at 9c; pot 
barley. 10 lbs. at 10c; soap, 
100 cakes at 7c; lard. 20 lbs. 
at 32c; sugar, 600 lbs. at 9.75 
cwt.; corn starch, 12 pkgs. 
at 14c; corn flakes, 1.50; 
shredded wheat, 1.75; jam, 60 
lbs. at 20c; peanut butter, 



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EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Ontario School for the Blind, Bran tford.— - Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



24 lbs. at 30c; salt, 1 bbl. at 
3.50; extracts, 1 bot. at 1.25; 
rice, 100 lbs. at 13c; tapioca, 

25 lbs. at 20c; tea, 6 lbs. at 
55c; sundries, 1.00 

McOoll Bros. & Co., disinfectant 
fluid, 2 cans at 3.00; can, 50c 

-McDonald, D., coal, 500 tons at 
7.42, 418 tons, 1,335 lbs. at 
7.67, 141 tons, 605 lbs. at 7,80, 
75 tons at 8.15, 7 tons, 500 lbs. 
at 9.75, 81 tons, 535 lbs. at 
10.00; cartage, 39.64 

McGregor, Jas., sugar, 20 lbs. at 
10c, 3 bags at 9.75; coal oil. 
13 gals, at 22c; jelly powder. 
12 at 12%c; sausages, 55 lbs. 
at 22c, 30 lbs. at 23c; salt. 12 
bags at 12c; cereals, 8.80: 
butter, 16 lbs. at 55c; canned 
corn, 12 at 12 V 2 c; tea', 12 lbs. 
at 55c; cleaning material. 
1.20; coffee, 6 lbs. at 45c . . 

McHutchion, J., bread, 71 lbs. 
at 91,4 c 

McLean, A. €., electric supplies 

MacBride Press, Ltd., The, sta- 
tionery 

Malcolm, G. W., chintz, 9 yds. at 
50c; yarn, 1 lb. at 4.80 

Mancourt Winters €oal Co.. coal, 
500 lbs. at 4.35; postage, 7c... 

Mann, John, & Sons, lime, 3 bus. 
at 50c, 1V 2 at 75c 

Martin, T., cartage 

Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., imple- 
ment repairs 

Mickle, Dyment & Son, lumber. 
342.60; storm sash, 1 at 400, 
1 at 4.40; cupboard doors, 2 
at 1.25, 2 at 1.75; table tops, 
1 at 9.40 

Middlemiss, M., trav. expenses 

Minns, T. J., & Co., plumbing 
repairs and supplies 

Mintern, T.. beef, 983 lbs. at 
14c , 844 lbs. at 19c, 212 lbs. 
at 20c. 50 lbs. at 28c, 4£ lbs. 
at 30c; pork and veal, 289 
lbs. at 19c, 466 lbs. at 22c, 
9i/, lbs. at 40c;- suet, 10 lbs. 
at 25c ; weiners, 30 lbs. at 20c 

Mitchell, C. J., yale keys, 6 at 
25c; repairing scales, 24.00; 
sundries, 2.70 

Moore, D. Wilson, printing and 
stationery 

Mount Pleasant Creamery, 
butter, 150 lbs. at 44c, 200 
lb?, at 45c, 468 lbs. at 46c... 

National Geographic .'Society, 
subscription 

Newham, Jno., sausage, 35 lbs. 
at 18c 



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Newman, E. H., & Sons, repair- 
ing clock l 25 

Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 

sulphur, 300 lbs. at 10.75 ... 32 25 

Nordheimer Piano & Music Co., 
Ltd., sheet music, etc, 26.60; 
bass strings, 1 set at 10.00 . . 36 60 

Ogilvie, Lochead & Co., nain- 
sook, 5 yds. at 30c, 10 yds. 
at 35c; mats, 6 at 2.25, 5 at 
3.75; linoleum, 13% yds. at 
3.75,-11% yds. at 3.95; laying 
linoleum, 3.75; embroidery, 7 
yds. at 35c, 2 yds. at 1.00; 
sheeting, 171 yds. at 45c; rub- 
ber sheeting, 7 yds. at 95c; 
pillows, 2 at 1.12y 2 c; shades, 

11 at 4.75, 6 at 4.25, 3 at 3.50, 
3 at 3.25, 11 at 2.95, 7 at 2.45; 
spreads, 1 at 6.50; table run- 
ners, 3 at 1.00, 1 at 1.50, 2 at 
1.95; cheesecloth, 15 yds. at 
10c; cotton, 35 yds. at 18c, 

12 yds. at 65c; towels, 10 

pr. at 85c; sundries, 28.68.. 449 79 
Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
pork, 798 lbs. at 27%c; lard, 
100 lbs. at 20c, 100 lbs. at 
26c, 50 lbs. at 31c; beef, 608 
lbs. at 17y 2 c, 283 lbs. at 18c, 
1,048 lbs. at 19y 2 c, 1,517 lbs. 
at 20c, 734 lbs. at 20y 2 c, 206 
lbs. at 22y 2 c, 1,262 lbs. at 
24c, 280 lbs. at 24%c, 895 
lbs. at 25c, 263 lbs. at 25y 2 c, 
283 lbs. at 26c, 93 lbs. at 
26y 2 c, 262 lbs. at 28c, 123 lbs. 
at 29c; lard tubs, 5 at 50c; 
sausage, 30 lbs. at 24c, 35 
lbs. at 17c; bacon, 265 lbs. 
at 18c; baskets, 6 at 15c; 
pickled tongue, 19 lbs. at 25c; 
mutton, 70 lbs. at 23%c, 43 
lbs. at 26c; sundry meat, 4.26 2,116 30 

O'Rourke, D., hardware 3 00 

Orr, Joseph, repairs to harness 46 15 
Otto Higel Co., Ltd., music rolls 12 55 
Outlook for the Blind, subscrip- 
tion 2 13 

Patte, J. W., wool, 8 skeins at 
30c, 4 skeins at 40c, 10 skeins 
at 15c, 5 skeins at 13c, 1% 
lbs. at 2.00, 1 lb. at 4.50; sun- 
dries, 9.65 23 30 

Pennsylvania Institution for the 
Instruction of the Blind, 
slates, 12 at 1.00; type, 8% 
lbs. at 60c; postage, 2.52 ... 19 62 
Pequegnat, A. U., instrument 
and clock repairs, 5.00; salt 

spoons, 2 at 1.20 7 40 

Perkins Institution and Massa- 
chusetts School for the Blind, 
books 12 00 



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EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 



Perrott, H. E., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

Pickles, A. T., rolled oats, 2 
bags at 6.25; sundries, 14.49; 
lard, 82 lbs. at 34c; sugar, 
300 lbs. at 9V 4 c., 400 lbs. at 
9%c; sausage, 55 lbs. at 23c, 
25 lbs. at 25c; jam, 150 lbs. 
at 17c; salt, 1 bbl. at 12c; 
rice, 25 lbs. at 12c; coffee, 6 
tins at 43c 

Porter, J. W., veterinary ser- 
vices 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 

Presser, Theo., Co., sheet music 

Preston & Sons, Ltd., advertis- 
ing 

Publishers' Association of Can- 
ada, Ltd., books, 1 at 4.50; 
postage, 5c 

Pursel & Son, chairs, 24 at 
1.85; arm chair, 1 at 6.00; 
mattresses, 4 at 8.50; rugs. 1 
at 22.00; tables, 7 at 7.25, 1 
at 5.00, 1 at 9.00; sundries, 
75c ; couch, 1 at 14.50 

Race, "W. B., trav. expenses .... 

Randall, Jno., services filling 
silo and threshing 

Ratcliffe, Walter A., tea, 190 
lbs. at 55c, 75 lbs. at 60c, 25 
lbs. at 65c; coffee, 280 lbs. at 
40c, 125 lbs. at 45c 

Reeder, M., services cutting oats 

Reid & Brown, rug 

Robertson, M. H., Ltd., chemi- 
cals, drugs, etc 

Rodney, R. M., livery 

Rosealene Products, Ltd., disin- 
fectant, 5 gals, at 1.25; can 
80c 

Ryer&on, G. H., trav. expenses. 

Ryerson, T. E., apples, 3 boxes 
at 3.00; potatoes, 25 bags at 
2.00, 2 bags at 2.50, 1 bbl. at 
9.00, 1 bbl. at 8.00, 1 bbl. at 
7.00, 1 bus. at 2.75, 2 bus. at 
1.75, 5 bus. at 1.50; raisins, 12 
lbs. at 15c, 10 lbs. at 18c, 171 
lbs. at 20c; eggs, 6 doz. at 60c; 
sugar, 207V-> lbs. at 12c, 20 lbs. 
at 12V 2 c; butter, 2 lbs. at 30c; 
strawberries, 248 boxes at 22c. ; 
oranges, 4 doz. at 40c, 2 doz. 
at 47%c; bananas, 8 doz. 
at 30c; peel, 15 lbs. at 40c, 
14 lbs. at 50c; cranberries, 
16 qts. at 20c; mixed nuts, 25 
]bs. at 25c; chicken, 20 lbs. 
at 20c, 126 lbs. at 25c, 69% 
lbs. at 28c; sundries, 38.40; 
creams, 29 lbs. at 25c; prunes, 
275 lbs. at 15c; corn flakes, 1 



Expenses.— Continued. 

doz. pkgs. at 1.50, 6 pkgs. at 
85 48 15c; shredded wheat, 1 doz. 

at 1.80; fish, 98y 2 lbs. at 17c, 
35 lbs. at 25c, 40 lbs. at 23c; 
cheese, 5 lbs. at 30c, 6'A lbs. 
at 32c; bacon, 2 lbs. at 55c; 
cleaning material, 4.55; bovril, 
1 doz. pkgs. at 15.00; sundry 
fruit and vegetables, 90.05 . . 556 70 
Sanderson, B. W.; veterinary 

173 42 services 29 75 

Schultz Bros., Co., Ltd., box. . 9 75 

22 50 Seago, C. S., & Son, chicken 

121 00 boards, 3 sets at 3.00 9 00 

8 02 Sheppard & Son, clock repairs, 

etc 5 25 

21 73 Signal System, Ltd., patrol 

clock, 46.75; stations, 16 at 

4.10 112 35 

4 55 Simpson, I., Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

wagon repairs, etc 11 50 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 

machine supplies, etc 3 40 

Smiley, A. W., drugs, chemicals, 

etc 31 97 

186 40 Smith, A. C, electrical repairs 55 00 

371 75 Sparrow, Geo., & Co., repairs to 

ranges, etc 30 20 

53 50 Squire, Jno., services as 

labourer 4 20 

Stedman's Book Store, Ltd., 

„ 41 ft0 toilet paper, 1% cases at 8.00, 

gi [Ja 2 cases at 7.75; stationery, 

ii n !J 79.78; sundry newspapers and 

Zi> uu magazines, 52.85 219 63 

_ 6 A _ Stedman Bros., stationery, etc 171 27 

2 oo st - Andrew's Church, pupils' 

sittings, 17 at 2.00 34 00 

St. Basil's Church, pupils' sit- 

7 05 tings, 13 at 2.00 26 00 

60 35 Stratford Herald Printing Co., 

Ltd., advertising 8 25- 

Suddaby, S., stove polish, 1 doz. 
pkgs. at 1.75; tea, 6 lbs. at 
65c; pepper, 5 lbs. at 50c; 
cleaning material, 3.25; sugar, 
400 Lbs. at 9.70; sundries, 
4.38; cereals, 1.70; rolled oats, 
50 lbs. at 8c; soap, 1 case at 
5.50; corn starch, 45 lbs. at 
1214c; sausage, 30 lbs. at 
25c; lard, 40 lbs. at 34c ... 92 51 
Summerhays, C, blacksmithing 9 50 

Sundry Newspapers, advertising 109 25 
Sutherland. J. L., wall paper, 

etc. 127 60 

Taylor, D. D., glass 8 70 

Thomas, J. H., inspecting coal 

scales 3 50 

Tipper, Wm., & Son, plumbing 
and electrical supplies and re- 
pairs 15 80 



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EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Ontario School for the Blind, Bran tford.— Continued. 



Tulloch, J. M., teaming, 49.23; 
manure, 40.00 

Turnbull & Cutliffe, Ltd., kit- 
chen utensils, 163.90; kitchen 
cabinet, 47.50; roof repairs, 
192.75 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
carbon, 100 sheets at 7.84 per 
100, 100 sheets at 1.35 per 
100; postage, 13c 

Vanstone, A. L., crockery, glass- 
ware, etc 

Vernon, H., & Son, city directory 

Wade Music Co., sheet music, 
15.05; violin strings, 5.35; 
sundries, 50c 

Waldron's, The Florist, wreath, 
6.00; jardiniere, 4.50 ..: 

Warren, Alfred, services clean- 
ing 

Webster Electric Co., electric 
supplies 

Welsh, R., & J., lard, 40 lbs. at 
33c; rolled wheat, 100 lbs. at 
8.00; fish, 5 lbs. at 25c, 30 
lbs. at 30c; pepper, 5 lbs. at 
50c; weiners, 50 lbs. at 23c; 
sugar, 500 lbs. at 9.25 cwt.; 
tea, 10 lbs. at 55c; cleaning 
material, 2.20; cocoa, 1 doz. 
tins at 3.00; sausage, 60 lbs. 
at 23c, 30 lbs. at 25c; soap, 
1 case at 7.50; sugar, 100 lbs. 
at 8.85 cwt.; rice, 100 lbs. at 
lie; tapioca, 25 lbs. at 18c, 
25 lbs. at 20c; starch, 200 lbs. 
at 12c; rolled oats, 1 sack at 



Expenses.— Continued. 

7.00; corn starch, 1 doz. at 
89 23 1.68; butter, 20 lbs. at 31c; 

extracts, 1 bottle at 1.55; vine- 
gar, 33 gals, at 40c; jam, 30 
lbs. at 20c, 30 lbs. at 21c, 

404 15 30 lbs. at 22c 233 0& 

Westmount Realty Co., Ltd., 

rent of land for pasture 50 00 

Williman & Holiinrake, recover- 

9 32 ing furniture 45 00 

Woolams, George, painting and 

117 70 decorating 36 65 

3 50 Yardley, S„ gravel 2 00/ 

Young, J. M., & Co., curtains, 
6 prs. at 8.50, 10 yds. at 85c; 
20 90 needles, 6 doz. at 12%c; pins, 
5 doz. at 10c; napkins, 1 doz. 
10 50 at 4.98, 1 doz. at 6.75, 20 doz. 
at 1.15; quilts, 1 at 3.95; nets, 
3 00 8 at 40c; linen, 60 yds. at 
68c, 70 yds. at 50c; table 
37 25 cloths. 2 at 6.25; towels, 2 
prs. at 1.75, 3 prs. at 1.15, 6 
prs. at 75c; cotton and sheet- 
ing, 10 yds. at 22c, 50 yds. at 
25c, 200 yds. at 40c, 14 yds. 
at 45c, 15 yds. at 55c, 31*4 
yds. at 1.00; sundries, 5.24; 
thread, 24 spools, at 7c, 3 
spools, at 63c; towelling, 50 
yds. at 22c, 50 yds. at 30c; 
doylies, 3 at 50c, 1 at 1.00; 
comforters, 1 at 2.95, 1 at 
3.75; bed springs, 50 at 2.55; . 
buttons, 12 doz. at 15c; trays, 
1 at 65c, 1 at 1.50; linoleum, 
18 yds. at 1.50 549 09 



Buck, G., piano repairs . . . 
Lyon, & Healy, piano parts . 



Repairs to pianos and organs ($232.70) 

21 84 Otto Higel Co., Ltd., piano re- 

143 41 pairs 



67 45 



Hardware, paints, varnishes and glass ($466.91) 
3allantyne, R. C, & Son, glass 2 50 Sterne, W. S., hardware, etc. 



Bishop, John, & Son, hardware 94 30 
Elliott's Hardware, hardware, 

etc 221 04 



Watt & Squire, 
paints, etc 



hardware, 



49 20 
99 87 



Workshop, tools and material ($466.95) 

American Rattan & Reed Mfg. Mickle, Dyment & Son, lumber 15 80 

Co., reeds, 10 lbs. at 57c, 20 Roseboom, W. L., & Co., broom 

lbs. at 72c, 10 lbs. at 82c, 33 case, rods, nails, etc 312 40 

bundles at 1.25; binding, 6 Seago, C. S., & Son, birch dowell, 

bundles at 1.00; sack, 50c. .. 76 05 200 ft. at l%c; spindles. 18 

Beal Bros., Ltd., chrome uppers 2 40 at 23c; oak table legs, 3% 

Beardmore & Co., leather, 5 lbs. at 1.60 12 34 

at 33c; postage, 5c 1 70 Tilley, Chas., & Son, shoemakers' 

Brantford Willow Works, willow supplies 19 90 

sticks, 123 lbs. at 6c, 29 lbs. United Shoe Machinery Co., 

at 7c, 96 lbs. at 9.60; nails, Ltd., lasting jack 4 25 

20 lbs. at 12%c 22 11 



160 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 

EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 

Engineers' supplies, etc. ($285.66) 

:Bishop, Jno., & Son, sheet brass, pump valve, gaskets, pulley, 
3114 lbs. at 60c; cutting etc., 18.53; machinery sup- 
brass, 16 hrs. at 1.00 34 75 plies, 112.45 130 98 

.Canadian Laundry Machinery McCall Bros., & Co., soap, 

Co., Ltd., duck, 5 yds. at 1.85 9 25 chrystaline, oil, etc 21 35 

Darling Bros., Ltd., nipples . . 1 50 Toronto Laundry Machinery 

Dunham, C. A., Co., Ltd., engine Co., Ltd., machine repairs and 

room supplies 15 50 supplies 42 45 

Kerr & Goodwin, repairing Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., oil ... 29 88 

Models and outfits ($99 56; 

Bishop, J., & Son, tools 28 25 Seago, C. S., & Son, lumber . . 13 42 

Mickle, Dyment & Son, lumber 26 52 Tilley, Chas., shoemaking tools, 

Perfect Machine Co., cobbler etc 5 12 

tools 26 25 

Musical instruments and typewriter, including supplies ($355.00) 

Milne, M. A., piano 275 00 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

Underwood typewriter 80 00 

Musical Instruments, typewriters and supplies purchased in 1917 ($1,126.55) 

Burton Supply Co., victrola . . 137 00 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

/Cecilian Co., Ltd., The, player typewriters, 1 Underwood at 

piano f f300 00 122.50, 5 at 70.00; typewriter 

supplies, 17.05 489 55 

Proportion of cost of Minister's report ($3,759.05) 

King's Printer, distribution, binding, 2,148.15; paper, 

coated paper, 517.50; half- 472.98; mailing cases, 102.57. 3,759 05 

tones, 517.85; printing and 

High and Public School Registers ($969.03) 

King's Printer, printing and binding 969 03 

Printing and supplying School Act to Trustees and contingencies ($71.60) 

King's Printer, printing, 37.88; paper, 33.72 71 60 

Fees of various officials, Department of Education, to Archaeological and 
other Associations ($55.00) 

American Anthropological Assn. 6 00 National Society for Promotion 

American Library Assn 2 00 of . Industrial Education 2 00 

American Society for Judicial Special Libraries Association . 2 00 

Settlement of' International Toronto Society of Archaeologi- 

Disputes 1 00 cal Institute of America 40 00 

Canadian Forestry Assn 2 00 

Administering Teachers' Pension Act, including salaries, travelling 
expenses and contingencies ($5,698.54) 

Art Metropole, Ltd., slide rule 6 00 Faulds, Lois, services as clerk 

Brown, Ethel I., services as at 2.00 per diem 130 00 

clerk at 2.00 per diem 28 00 Fraser, Marjory, services as 

Bursar, University of Toronto, clerk at 3.00 per diem, 360.00, 

record cards ' 9 60 at 3.32 per diem, 640.76 .. 1,000 76 

Clougher, J. P., services as clerk Gladman. Geo. C, services as 

at 3.00 per diem 939 00 clerk at 3.00 per diem 133 50 

Bdnionds, Eva,, services as clerk Holmes, Lena, services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 42 00 at 2.00 per diem 66 00 



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161 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 

Administering Teachers' Pensions Act, including salaries, travelling 
expenses and contingencies.— Continued. 



Jackes, Evelyn, services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 29 00 

James, C. W., services as secre- 
tary at 700.00 per annum ... 700 00 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 14.21; stationery, 
419.39; printing and binding, 
343.38 776 98 

Lyons, Clara, services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 29 00 

Lyman, Dr. W. S., professional 

services 5 00 



McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 250 00 
Magwood, Martha G., services as 

clerk at 2.00 per diem 66 00 

Nation, J. C. D., services as 

clerk at 3.00 per diem 43 50 

Office 'Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

record cards 3 00 

Parry, C, services as clerk at 

3.00 per diem 360 00 

Putnam, J. H., trav. expenses.. 142 20 
Walker, Frank, services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 939 00 



Administering Teachers' Pension Act, including salaries, travelling expenses and 
contingencies as directed by the Lieutenant=Governor in Council ($1,994.65) 



Gray, R. A., services as member 

of commission 

Humphreys, J. R., services as 



member of commission 



485 00 



459 65 



Mackenzie, M. A., services as 

member of commission 

Putnam, J. H., services as mem- 



ber of commission 



565 00 



485 00 



Methodist Book and Publishing House, printing membership cards, Canadian 
Society for the Protection of Birds ($17.25) 

Methodist Book and Publishing House, printing cards 17 25 



Allowance to Soldiers' Aid Commission re services performed by Sergt. Q. S. 

Temple ($50.00) 



Temple, G. S. 



50 00 



Allowance to Allan M. Dymond for legal services re Teachers and Inspectors' 
Superannuation Commission ($500.00) 

Dymond, Allan M 500 00 

Allowance to M. A. McKenzie for actuarial services re Teachers and Inspectors' 
Superannuation Commission ($430.00) 

McKenzie, M. A 430 00 

Messrs. Ewart, Scott, McLaren & Kelly, for legal services in connection with 

schools (500.00) 

Ewart, Scott, McLaren & Kelly 500 00 



Total Education $2,799,645.01 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE. 
Hospital for Insane, Brockville. 



Salaries ($60,241.99) 

J. C. Mitchell, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,800 00 

G. C. Kidd, M.D.: do Asst. Superintendent ...... 1700 00 

W. P. Dailey: do Bursar 1,900 00 

N.J.Cole: do Storekeeper 1400 00 

G. Steacy : do Clerk [ 'e84 00 

W. Osmond: do Stenographer 516 00 

A - Lall y : do do 300 00 

J.R.Gibson: Nine do Matron 542 50 

Chas. A. Cato: Twelve do Tailor ' 780 00 

M. Milroy: do Asst. Tailor 420 00 

R. C. Tennant : do Laundry man 750 00 

Peter Kilgour: do Baker 900 00 

J. H. Ross: do Engineer [ . . 1,000 00 

W. J. Fraser: do Asst. Engineer 720 00 

J.Cook: do , do 720 00 

W. A. Fitzsimmons: do Carpenter 800 00 

J. Danby: do Asst. Carpenter 570 00 

J.Edwards: do Mason 850 00 

R. T. Stratton: do Painter 817 50 

C.Washburn: Two do Painter's Assistant 44 80 

C. H. Wilson: Twelve . do Farmer 950 00 

D. McCrimmon : do Asst. Farmer [ 700 00 

James Heron : do Gardener ' 876 00 

J.Wood: do Asst. Gardener 456 00 

Domestic Help : 6 180 06 

Chief Attendants, Attendants and Nurses: . 9 4'885 85 

?, toker fi : . '.7.7.7.7. 7.7.' 7,799 oo 

Farm Hands: 3 gg- (l0 

Temporary Assistance : 7 .... 7 ...... . . . '345 28 

Expenses ($133,400.00) 

Abbott, Grant & Co., Ltd., sodas 31c; pickles, 1 case at 3.30 

244y 2 lbs. at 12c, 314% lbs. 1 caS e at 3.80; salmon, 200 

at 13c, 332 lbs. at 15c. 120 00 doz. at 2.05; assorted jellies, 

Acheson, H., trav. expenses .. 6 30 6 doz. at 1.00; syrup, 685 lbs. 

Armour, Robt., sugar, 15 bags at 7%c; prunes, 125 lbs. at 

at 9.26, 15 bags at ^.76; paper, 13y 2 c; rice, 500 lbs. at 8&c.; 

2 rms. for 4.23; marmalade, evaporated fruit, 500 lbs. at 

2% doz. at 15.75; tobacco, 56 24c; canned fruit, 2 doz. at 

lbs. at 75c, 120 lbs. at 80c; 2.75, 8 doz. at 1.55 6 doz at 

bags, 2 M. at 3.20; sundry 1.90, 2 doz. at 2.25, 6 doz. at 

groceries, 4.45; salmon, 560 3.30, 2 doz. at 3.40; canned 

doz. at 2.O2V2; pot barley, 2 vegetables, 4 doz. at 2.60; 

bags at 6.05; cocoa, 6 doz. cocoa, 6 doz. at 2.60; split 

at 2.55; split peas, 2 bags at peas, 1 bag at 11.50; cereals, 

11.50; peaches, 4 doz. at 2.95; 2 cases at 3.45; lye, 2 cases 

prunes, 500 lbs. at 13%c; at 4.80; sugar, 15 bags at 8.33 

salt, 5 sacks at 2.00, 1 bbl. at Beckett's Grocery, brown sugar, 

at 5.40; cleaning material, 10 bags at 8.83, 15 bags at 

16.34; cherries, 4 doz. tins at 8.61; corn meal, 1 bag at 7.10; 

2.90; corn flakes, 2 cases at granulated sugar, 15 bags at 

4.40; pears, 4 doz. tins at 2.55; 9.33; cereals, 1 case at 4.25; 

pJums, 8 doz. tins at 1.85; soap, 3 doz. at 95c; choco- 

rice, 500 lbs. at 9.50; toma- late, 4 doz. at 95c; sapolio, 

toes, 8 doz. tins at 2.75 1,874 47 3 boxes at 3.65; white starch, 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 200 lbs. at 10 %c, 200 lbs. at 

Co., Ltd., soda, 14,000 lbs. at ^ 12c; nutmegs, 13 doz. at 

4.02, 5,600 lbs. at 4.12 793 52 43c; tobacco, 84 lbs. at 66c, 

Bain, W. S., toll charge 60 75 lbs. at 70c, 42 lbs. at 96c; 

Bainbridge, M., 6 meals at 50c 3 00 prunes, 325 lbs. at 13%c, 300 

Beatty, F. J., raisins, 50 lbs. at lbs. at 13c; rice, 500 lbs. at 

13^c; vinegar, 43 gals at 9.30; celery salt, 1 doz. at 



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163 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



1.00; canned fruits, 3 cases 
at 5.50, 6 doz. at 1.85, 2 doz. 
at 2.90, 4 doz. at 2.30; sar- 
dines, 2 doz. at 3.00, 1 doz. at 
2.80; salt, 1 bbl. at 4.75, 5 
sacks at 2.00; icing sugar, 50 
lbs. at 10y 2 c; pickles, 2 doz. 
at 2.55, 2 doz. at 2.45; canned 
vegetables, 4 doz. at 2.65; 
paper bags, 1 M. at 7.50, 1 M. 
at 7.45, 1 M. at 6.40, 1 M. at 
1.90, 1 M. at 1.60; shredded 
cocoanut, 10 lbs. at 32c; as- 
sorted jellies, 6 doz. at 95c, 
6 doz. at 1.20, 6 doz. at 1.85; 
cocoa, 3 doz. at 2.55; extracts, 
9 doz. at 1.00; bird seed, 24 
lbs. at 12Vfcc; currants, 24 



lbs. at 27 



jams, 48 pails 



at 90c, 1 doz. at 15.50; shoe 
polish, ,3 doz. at 95c; pot 
barley, 1 bag at 6.00, 1 bag 
at 7.10; blue, 28 lbs. at 19c; 
assorted nuts, 6 lbs. at 48c; 
seedless raisins, 200 lbs. at 
13y 2 c, 50 lbs. at 13^0., 50 
lbs. at 13c; assorted peel, 20 
lbs. at 38c 1.012 91 



Beggs, R., repairs to boots .... 

Bell, S., services in orchestra.. 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
56.85; rental of instruments, 
278.00 

Booth, V., dried apples, 105 
lbs. at 12c 

Borthwick, John, blacksmithing 

Bradley, J. H., sugar, 20 bags 
at 8.73, 25 bags at 8.23, 10 
bags at 9.47, 10 bags at 9.22; 
barley, 1 bag at 7.00; corn 
starch, 40 lbs. at 12c; pepper, 
^0 lbs. at 40c, 20 lbs. at 50c; 
lye, 2 cases at 5.65; sauces, 
1 doz. at 2.70; split peas, 1 
bag at 9.50; sapolio, 2 boxes 
at 3.75; jams, 1 doz. at 3.00, 
18 pails at 70c; cocoa, 1 doz. 
at 2.75; assorted jellies, 24 
doz. at 1.10, 12 doz. at 1.25; 
blue, 56 lbs. at 19c; shoe dres- 
sing, 6 doz. at 95c; playing 
cards, 2 doz. at 85c; combs, 
3 doz. at 1.50, 3 doz. at 3.00; 
tobacco, 91 lbs. at 65c, 12 lbs. 
at 70c, 24 lbs. at 1.08, 36 lbs. 
at 96c; klim milk, 1 case at 
5.50; raisins, 100 lbs. at 13c; 
coffee, 136 lbs. at 29c; twine, 
10 lbs. at 65c; cereals, 2 cases 
at 3.35, 2 cases at 4.35, 2 cases 
at 4.25; castor oil, 5 doz. at 
2.80; fly paper, 1 case at 5.00; 
paper bags, 1 M. at 1.70, 2 M. 



43 25 
3 00 



334 85 

12 60 
452 55 



at 3.10, 2 doz. at 5.50; gela- 
tine, 5 doz. at 1.45; clay pipes, 
4 doz. at 2.25; olive oil, y± 
doz. at 7.00; canned fruits, 
8 doz. at 1.85, 2 doz. at 3.25, 
4 doz. at 3.35, 2 doz. at 2.25 ;» 
sundries, 6.55; rice, 1,000 lbs. 
at 8.15, 500 lbs. at 10.00; 
salt, 5 sacks at 1.90, 1 bbl. at 
6.00; prunes, 300 lbs. at 15c, 
500 lbs. at 14 %c 1,319 11 

Brock, W. R., & Co., Ltd., print, 
480 1 /! yds. at 26c, 326V t yds. 
at 23V»c; hoods, 7 11-12 doz. 
at 10.00; less discount, 11.23 269 47 

Brockville & Prescott Joint 
Stock Road Co., Ltd., toll 
gate fees 10 00 

Brockville Times Printing & 
Pub. Co., printing, 40.50; ad- 
vertising, 45c 40 95 

Brown, H., & Sons, flour, 8 
bags at 5.40; lawn seed, 200 
lbs. at 30.00; turnip seed, 6 
lbs. at 1.30; chick feed, 200 
lbs. at 5.50; oats, 50 bus. at 
1.10; sundries, 3.00 180 00 

Burritt's Rapids Woollen Mills, 
Ltd., yarn, 102 lbs. at 1.25; 
casing and baling, 75c 128 25 

Cairns, B., indelible ink, 3 qts. 
at 10.00 30 on 

Canada Customs, duty 1 30 

Canada Foundries & Forgings, 
Co., Ltd., lawn mower repairs 
and supplies 63 20 

Canada Home Made Preserving 
& Pickling Co., marmalade, 
34 pails at 4.80 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Ry. Co., freight 
charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

C. P. Ry. Co., charges 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., messages . . 

Charter, W. W., Xmas trees, 
4 at 1.25 5 00 

Chase Brtos. Co., of Ontario, 
Ltd., apple trees, 2y 2 doz. at 
5.00 12 50 

Cheattle, Mrs. E., trav. expenses 18 25 

Chrysler, J. E., & Co., crucifix, 
1 at 2.25; brooches, 1 at 4.00, 
1 at 3.75; glasses, 2 prs. at 
2.50, 1 pr. at 1.50; repairs to 
clocks and spectacles, 40.50.. 57 00 

Clark, Dr. H. A., dental services 77 50 

Club Coffee Co., coffee, 25 lbs. 

at 22c, 1 tin at 75c 6 25 

Cockshutt Plow Co., Ltd., im- 
plement repairs 4 20 

Colcock, N. B., overcoats, 2 at 
10.00, 1 at 12.00; underwear, 



163 


20 


140 


75 




69 


27 


27 


138 


35 


7 


26 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, BrockviHe.— Continued. 



2 suits at 4.00; overalls, 1 pr. 
at 2.00, 4 prs. at 2.25; suits, 
12 at 10.00; ties, 1 doz. at 
3.00; mitts, 6 prs. at 1.50; 
caps, 3^ doz. at 6.00, 1 doz. 
at 2.00; handkerchiefs, 1 doz. 
at 2.00; sweater coats, 15 at 
3.50; .braces, 1 doz. at 6.00; 
trousers, 7 prs. at 2.00, 1 pr. 
at 2.50; shirts, 2 at 1.25; sox, 
12 doz. at 5.00, 4 doz. at 3.00, 
Sy 3 doz. at 4.80; sundries, 5.50 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 1 case 
at 12.00, 4% cases at 12.50; 
less discount, 8.02 

Collier, M. H., expenses captur- 
ing eloper 

Conklin, J. W., repairs to ma- 
chinery 

Consumers' Cordage Co., ribbon, 
400 yds. at 28c; less freight, 
1.20 

Craig, The Robt., Co., caps, 5 
doz. at 7.80, 1 doz. at 4.20; sus- 
penders, 1 doz. at 4.20; hat, 
1 at 2.00; handkerchiefs, 2 
doz. at 1.20; white coats, 2 
at 2.50; collars, 2 doz. at 2.00; 
pants, 2 doz. at 18.00, 6 at 
1.75, 1 at 1.90, 4 at 2.00; furs, 

1 piece at 2.50; shirts, 1 doz. 
at 12.00, 7 at 1.50, 1 at 1.75; 
ties, 1 doz. at 3.00; under- 
wear, 150 pieces at 1.25, 2 at 
1.50; sundries, 50c 

Culbert's Grocery, canned fruit, 
4 doz. at 3.50, 2 doz. at 2.90, 

2 at 3.35, 2 at 1.90, 2 at 5.50; 
cleaning materials, 13.60; 
prunes, 300 lbs. at 13*40.; 
sapolio, 2 cases at 3.90; cocoa, 
4 doz. at 2.60; jellies, 6 doz. 
at 1.25; jam, 24 tins at 70c; 
rice, 300 lbs. at 9%c; sugar, 
15 bags, at 8.65, 10 bags at 
9.15; yeast, 316 lbs. at 35c, 
159 lbs. at 40c; mustard, 5 
jars at 1.75; salt, 1 bbl. at 
5.50; shredded wheat, 1 case 
at 4.50; corn flakes, 2 cases 
at 4.40; corn starch, 80 pkgs. 
at ll*4c; split peas, 1 sack at 
10.60; tobacco, 24 lbs. at 1.08, 
30 lbs. at 96c; corn syrup, 
678 lbs. at 7 1 /2 c; sundry gro- 
ceries, 8.83 

Dailey, W. L., string bells, 2 
sets at 3.50; single lines, 1 
set at 4.00, 1 set at 4.50, 1 set 
at 3.50; clipper head, 5.00; 
clipper plates, 1 pr. at 3.20; 
special pad for harness, 10.50; 



Expenses.— Continued. 

raincoat, 7.50; harness dres- 
sing and polish, 8 cans at 
60c, 6 cans at 65c, 12 cans 
at 50c, 13 cans at 1.00, 1 can 
at 5.00; mitts, 7 doz. at 6.00, 
1 doz. at 9.00, 2 prs. at 2.00; 
horse blankets, 12 at 3.25, 5 at 
4.00; harness, 1 set at 45.00; 
whips, 3 at 1.25, 1 at 1.00; 
surcingles, 12 at 40c; pole 
straps, 2 at 1.25; sponges, 5 
403 00 at 50c; horse clippers, 1 at 
11.00; tire tubes, 2 at 6.50; 
chamois, 3 at 1.00; halter 
shanks, 5 at 1.00; automobile 
60 23 tires, 2 at 43.30; stable 
brooms, 7 at 1.00; harness 
10 15 sundries, 180.05 557 10 

Dailey, W. P., trav. expenses.. 4 50 

128 70 Davis, J. M., inspection of 

weigh scales 4 05 

Davis, R., & Sons, tweed, 30% 
110 80 yds. at 1.25; uniform cloth, 

395% yds. at 25c; socks, 10 
doz. at 6.50; flannellette, 111 
yds. at 28c, 302^4 yds. at 
24%c; shirting, 561 yds. at 
31%c; overcoat, 12.00; print, 
2121/2 yds. at 20c; cottonade, 
30% yds. at 50c, 55^ yds. 
at 45c, 12114 yds. at 55c; 
cotton, 564 yds. at 17y 2 c, 618 
yds. at 22*4c, 328 yds. at 
151/2C, 318 yds. at 17 %c; 
thread, 4 doz. at 70c; collars, 
337 95 8 doz. at 3.00; smocks, 24 at 

1.25; sundries, 50c 1,047 10 

Dawson, J. H., machinery sup- 
plies, 81.11; binder twine, 
100 lbs. at 28y 2 c, 50 lbs. at 
30c 124 61 

Dom. Express Co., express 
charges » . . . 20 28 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods 
Co., Ltd., hose, 100 ft. at 37c ; 
sundries, 1.05; less discount, 
12.83 25 22 

Dunn, T. J., cab hire 2,50 

Earle, Wm., services in or- 
chestra 3 00 

Easton, S., expenses capturing 
eloper 3 50 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Ltd., matches, 
5 cases -at 6.70, 5 cases at 
5.90; toilet paper, 20 cases at 
7.60, 1 case at 13.70; war tax 
723 40 on matches, 36.00; less dis- 
count, 60.71 20399 

Edwards, Mrs. W. H., seeds, 
bulbs, etc 195 25 

Ewing, S. H., & Sons, Ltd., cof- 
fee, 282 lbs. at 24c; less dis- 
count, 2.03 65 65 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses. — 

Farmers' Feed Co., Ltd., 

brewers' grains, 78,900 lbs. 

" at 1.75 cwt 1,380 75 

Ferguson, Robt., trav. expenses 17 15 
Ferguson, Wm., expenses of 

patients attending bowling 

tournament , 14 60 

Fielding, J. L., & Co., tea fan- 

nings, 400 lbs. at 15c 60 00 

Fort William Industrial Farm, 

potatoes, 36 bags at 1.90 68 40 

Fraser, J. W., services in 

orchestra 46 00 

Gillette Safety Razor Co., Ltd., 

razor blades, 36 doz. at 75c; 

safety razors, 6 at 3.00 45 00 

Gilmour Bros., malted milk, 125 

lbs. at 40c 50 00 

Gilpin, Jas., evaporated fruits, 

400 lbs. at 24c; canned fruits, 

4 cases at 3.30, 4 doz. at 1.90, 

2 doz. at 2.90, 4 doz. at 2.30, 6 

doz. at 1.85, 2 doz. at 3.25, 4 

doz. at 3.40, 6 doz. at 2.10; 

starch, 200 lbs. at 10V 2 c; to- 
bacco, 98 lbs. at 96c; sardines, 

1 doz. at 2.75; vinegar, 76 gals. 

at 31c ; jam, 11-12 doz. at 15.50, 

36 pails at 70c; pickles, 1 case 

at 3.30, 1 at 3.80, 1 at 5.10, 1 

at 4.90; margarine, 300 lbs. 

at 34^c; barley, 1 bag at 

7.10; cocoa, 9 doz. at 2.60; 

cleaning materials, 4.05; gela- 
tine, 6 doz. at 1.85, 6< doz. at 

1.20; salt. 5 sacks at 2.00, 3 

sacks at 2.95; cereals, 2 cases 

at 3.45, 3 cases at 4.25, 1 case 

at 4.75; shoe laces, 5 gro. at 

1.85; corn meal, 1 bag at 

7.10; jello, 6 doz. at 1.00, 6 doz. 

at 1.20; raisins, 50 lbs. at 

1314c 50 lbs. at 13c; canned 

vegetables, 4 doz. at 2.60, 4 

doz. at 2.65; prunes, 300 lbs. at 

13c; lye, 2 cases at 4.80; rice, 

500 lbs. at 8.25 cwt., 500 lbs. at 

9.30 cwt, 500 lbs. at 10.15 

cwt.; split peas, 1 bag at 

11.50; sugar, 15 bags at 8.33, 

15 bags at 8.61, 15 bags at 

9.47; paper bags, 24.85; sun- 
dries, 10.78 1,267 16 

Gooderham & Worts, Ltd., spirits 

for medical use Ill 30 

Goold Shapley & Muir Co., Ltd., 

repairs to tractor 21 50 

Gordon, McKay & Co., Ltd., print, 

85 yds. at 25c, 484 yds. at 

241,4c, 29 yds. at 23^c 145 46 

G. T. Ry. Co., freight charges. 91 13 
G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 6 56 



Continued. 

Greene, J., & Co., stationery.. 316 82 

Griffin, P., hay, 28 tons at 14.00 392 00 
Hamilton Hospital for Insane, 
chicks, 260 at 25c; mangle 
seed, 40 lbs. at 70c 93 00 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., eggs, 
3,930 doz. at 49c; cheese, 
1,955 lbs. at 24c; oleomargar- 
ine, 56 lbs. at 31c, 11,732 lbs. 
at 31 %c; weiners, 180 lbs. at 
20c; butter, 3,808 lbs. at 48.20 
cwt.; express charges, 48c; 
less credits, 18.37 7,961 40 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 

supplies 327 93 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., reeds, 
3 lbs. at 1.25, 8 lbs. at 1.50, 5 
lbs. at 1.75, 2 lbs. at 2.00; 
postage, 26c 28 76 

Howison, Geo. C, oranges, 6 doz. 
at 60c, 7 doz. at 1.00, 3 doz. at 
1.20, 10 cases at 5.50, 2 cases 
at 6.00, 1 case at 6.75, 3 cases 
at 7.00, 3 cases at 7.50; lemons, 
6 doz. at 40c, 2 doz. at 50c, 
13 doz. at 60c, 1 case at 5.60, 
1 case at 7.50, 1 case at 8.00, 
1 case at 8.25, 1 case at 8.50; 
bananas, 6 doz. at 35c, 2 doz. 
at 40c, 1 bunch at 3.25, 2 
bunches at 4.00, 2 bunches at 
4.25; plums, 10 bas. at 1.65; 
grape fruit, 4 doz. at 90c, 7 
doz. at 1.00, 1 case at 5.50, V2 
case at 6.00; peaches, 5 bas. at 
1.60; apples, 10 bbls. at 4.40; 
candy, 153 lbs. at 24c; sun- 
dries, 90c 328 37 

Hunt Bros., Ltd., flour, 225 bbls. 
at 8.85 1,991 25 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., oils, grease, 
etc 582 47 

Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 397 53 

Jackson, M., services capturing 

eloper 10 00 

Jackson, S. A., worsted, 3% yds. 
at 4.25; tweed, 3% yds. at 
5.50; linings, 3% yds. at 60c, 
23,4 yds. at 1.75 41 58 

Johnston, C. E., Co., interments 100 00 

Johnson, G. R., repairs to 
vehicles 1 22 

Judson, Jas. W., rubber tires, 2 
at 6.00; sundries, 75c 12 75 

Kay, F., services in orchestra. . . 5 00 

Kay, Fred. H., repairs to phono- 
graph, 2.25; records, 1.60 3 85 

Kenny, T., Co., Ltd., tea, 900 
lbs. at 42c 378 00 

Kidd, Dr. C. G., trav. expenses. . 18 31 

Kineaid, V. F., drugs, chemicals, 

etc 187 87 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Kingston, "W. F., expenses, cap- 
turing eloper 

Laing Produce & Storage Co., 
Ltd., butter, 13,425 lbs. at 
37.7c; eggs, 90 doz. at 45c... 5 ; 

Lindsay, C. W., Ltd., repairs to 
phonograph, 5.00; records, 
21.00; needles, 12.10 

McAlpine, D., veterinary ser- 
vices 

McConkey, J., coffee, 272 lbs. at 
29c, 559 lbs. at 34c, 273 lbs. 
at 36c; tea, 500 lbs. at 48c... 

McDonald, K., & Sons, Ltd., grit, 
300 lbs. at 1.00 cwt 

McEwen, J. W., preserved fruit, 
2 doz. at 2.60, 6 doz. at 2.70, 6 
doz. at 2.90, 2 doz. at 3.15, 2 
doz. at 3.40; jam, 36 pails 
at 67c; cleaning materials, 
42.30; corn meal, 7.65; corn 
flakes, 1 case at 4.40, 1 case at 
4.50; jello, 12 doz. at 1.05, 6 
doz. at 1.20; mustard, y 2 doz. 
jars at 6.75; raisins, 50 lbs. at 
14c; salt, 3 bags at 2.10; 
vinegar, 45 gals, at 31c, 33 
gals, at 30c; prunes, 509 lbs. 
at 13c, 500 lbs. at 14c; rice, 
500 lbs. at 9.25 cwt., 500 lbs. 
at 9.35 cwt.; sardines, 1 doz. 
at 2.76; laces, 3 gi*o. at 2.25, 2 
gro. at 1.90; syrup, 678 lbs. at 
7%c, 683 lbs. at 7y 2 c; sugar, 
15 bags at 8.25, 10 bags at 
8.96, 5 bags at 9.46, 5 bags at 
9.57; split peas, 1 bag at 9.50; 
tea, 112 lbs. at 57y 2 c; fly 
paper, 1 case at 4.85; cassia, 
10 lbs. at 37c; cocoa, 3 doz. 
tins at 2.60; corn starch, 40 
lbs. at lie; flavoring extract, 
9 doz. at 1.00; tobacco, 24 lbs. 
at 96c, 24 lbs. at 1.08; fly 
swatters, 6 doz. at 90c; sun- 
dries, 15.36 1 

McLaren Lumber Co., Ltd., lum- 
ber 

McVittie, Miss J., trav. expenses 

Macnee & Minnes, cotton, 60 
yds. at 22y 2 c, 42 yds. at 29c; 
socks, 6 1-6 doz. at 3.50, 1 doz. 
at 4.75; combs, 10 doz. at 
1.20; braces, 1 doz. at 2.75, 1 
doz. at 6.00; gingham, 112% 
yds. at 37 %c.; underwear, 1 
doz. at 8.00, 7% doz. at 8.50, 
9% doz. at 10.00, 1 doz. at 
13.50; hose, 5 1-6 doz. at 4.50; 
nightgowns, 2 5-6 doz. at 
15.50, 5V 2 doz. at 16.50; shirt- 
ing, 475 X A yds. at 40c; tweed, 
15 yds. at 1.50 



Mallory, Ira M., sawdust, 728 
11 60 bus. at 3c 21 84 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
women's vests, 30 at 80c, 12 
101 71 at 1.05; shirts, 12 at 1.00; 
night gowns, 24 at 78c, 132 at 
85c, 57 at 1.20, 174 at 1.25, 
38 10 411 at 1,32, 100 at 1.38; under- 
shirts, 6 at 1.10; aprons, 192 
116 25 at 52c, 100 at 54c; kimonas, 
24 at 158, 100 at 1.65 : women's 
coats, 32 at 7.65; nightshirts, 
607 22 50 at 1.17; drawers, 24 prs. at 
1.28, 11 prs. at 1.10; cotton, 
3 00~ 778 yds. at 21c; smocks, 48 
at 2.06; dresses, 218 at 1.10; 
flannelette, 479*4 yds. at 17c., 
503 y 2 yds. at 21c; overalls, 
48 prs. at 1.75, 24 prs. at 1.95, 
120 prs. at 2.10, 48 prs. at 2.22; 
stockings, 96 prs. at 18c; sun- 
dries, 6.00 3,057 33 

Military Hospitals Commission 
Industries, tweed, 69 yds. at 
1.50 103 50 

Mimico Hospital for Insane, 
bean seed, 1 bus 9 50 

Mitchell, Dr. J. C, trav. ex- 
penses 119 35 

Morrison, G. W., pipes, 30 at 
50c; tobacco, 24 pkgs. at 10c; 
cigars, 13.00; stationery, 6.50; 
newspapers and periodicals, 
60.50; repairs to billiard 
table, 11.40 108 80 

Mott, J. A., general blacksmith- 
ing 6115 

Mowatts', cloth, iy 2 yds. at 2.95 3 68 

Moyer, H. A., ear tags, 100 4 00 

Murray, H. T., Co., Ltd., salt, 10 
sacks at 1.50, 10 at 1.60, 10 at 
1.75, 10 at 2.00; oyster shells, 
300 lbs. at 3c ; oatmeal, 200 lbs. 
at 6.75 cwt.; buckwheat, 700 
lbs. at 3.00 cwt., 2,000 lbs. at 
023 33 3.55 cwt.; flour, 1,400 lbs. at 
6>.00 cwt; wheat, 2.300 lbs. at 
76 54 3.50 cwt, 1^)00 lbs. at 3.60 
14 90 cwt., 500 lbs. at 3.90 cwt., 1,000 
lbs. at 3.95 cwt., 1,000 lbs. at 
4.00 cwt; corn, 500 lbs. at 
4.10 cwt., 1 ton at 82.00; oats, 
200 bus. at 1.00, 350 bus. at 
1.03; grit, 500 lbs. at 1.00; 
sundries, 84c 1,145 34 

Neill, R., rubbers and slippers, 
24 prs. at 85c, 18 prs. at 1.15, 
6 prs. at 1.25, 4 prs. at 1.35, 
12 prs. at 1.60, 2 prs. at 2.50, 
38 prs. at 2.75; shoes, 2 prs. 
at 2.00, 1 pr. at 2.50, 1 pr. at 
at 2.65, 2 prs. at 2.75, 1 pr. 
66-2 72 at 2.85, 2 prs. at 3.00, 1 pr. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



at 3.25, 1 pr. at 3.50, 1 pr. at 
3.75, 7 prs. at 4.00, 4 prs. at 
4.50, 5 prs. at 5.00, 4 prs. at 
5.25, 2 prs. at 5.50, 1 pr. at 
6.00; rubber boots, 2 prs. at 
3.50; rubber heels, 1 pr. at 
25c; slippers, 1 pr. at 1.15, 1 
pr. at 1.65, 1 pr. at 2.00; 
socks, 41 prs. at 95c. 376 70 

Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 
air chamber 7 75 

Nicholls. Chemical Co., Ltd., 
chemicals 254 00 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats, 34 bbls. at 6.30, 
70 bbls. at 10.80; bran, 30 
tons at 35.00; shorts, 42% tons 
at 40.00; flour, 1,140 .bbls. at 
10.95 16,203 20 

O. A. College Co.-Operative 

Supply Dept., books 4 25 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
brooms, 25 doz. at 3.75, 25 
doz. at 4.50; uniform cloth, 
168 yds. at 1.50; hay, 895 lbs. 
at 16.00 per ton; whisks, 2 
doz. at 1.45, 2 doz. at 2.00; 
boots, 14 prs. at 2.25, 153 prs. 
at 2.40, 39 prs. at 2.45, 192 prs. 
at 2.60; fertilizer, 2 tons 1,998 
lbs. at 50.00; blood pudding, 
38 lbs. at 15c; suet, 100 lbs. 
at 17c; hash stock," 120 lbs. at 
5%c; sweet breads, 20 lbs. at 
25c; beef, 150 lbs. at 13c, 888 
lbs. at 14V 2 c, 707 lbs. at 15c, 
604 lbs. at 16c, 4,459 lbs. at 
16y 2 c, 3,228 lbs. at 16%c, 
6,963 lbs. at 17c, 3,572 lbs. at 
17%c, 2,388 lbs. at 18c, 893 
lbs. at 18V»c, 845 lbs. at 19c, 
3,716 lbs. at 19y 2 c, 9,408 lbs. 
'at 20c, 3,718 lbs. at 20y 2 c, 
1,993 lbs. at 21%c, 1,066 lbs. 
at 22c, 1,012 lbs. at 22y.c, 
2,177 lbs. at 23c, 3,723 lbs. at 
23%c, 6,706 lbs. at 24c, 1,768 
lbs. at 241/oC, 4,102 lbs. at 25c, 
530 IBs. at 26c, 3,191 lbs. at 
27c; mincemeat, 50 lbs. at 
14V 2 c; bacon, 300 lbs. at 38c, 
120 lbs. at 39c, 164 lbs. at 
40c, 88 lbs. at 41c, 144 lbs. at 
42c; mutton, 552 lbs. at 19c, 
99 lbs. at 28 %c, 73 lbs. at 
31c; corned beef, 1,400 lbs. at 
17c, 1,320 lbs. at 18c; 
bologna, 611 lbs. at 14c, 415 
lbs. at 15c, 152 lbs. at 17c; 
beef loaf, 1,781 lbs. at 25c; 
jellied hock, 126 lbs. at 15c, 
42 lbs. at 18c, 40 lbs. at 19c, 
596 lbs. at 20c; pork, 635 



lbs. at 26i/ 2 c, 556 lbs. at 27c, 
2,370 lbs. at 27%c, 223 lbs. at 
28c, 520 lbs. at 28%c; head- 
cheese, 256 lbs. at 12y 2 c, 1,272 
lbs. at 13c, 1,291 lbs. at 13y 2 c, 
2,064 lbs. at 14c; lamb, 44 
lbs. at 26c, 86 lbs. at 28c; 
lard, 100 lbs. at 18c, 700 lbs. 
at 19%c, 850 lbs. at 20c, 200 
lbs. at 25c, 2,150 lbs. at 26c, 
50 lbs. at 28c, 150 lbs. at 
31c; ham, 265 lbs. at 18c, 
232 lbs. at 28c, 526 lbs. at 
28V 2 c, 207 lbs. at 29c, 67 
lbs. at 30y 2 c, 143 lbs. at 31c, 
30 lbs. at 32c; sausage, 318 
lbs. at 16c, 657 lbs. at 17c, 
86 lbs. at 18c, 144 lbs. at 24c; 
beans, 20 bags at 7.00; pork 
and beans, 167 lbs. at lie; 
liver, 285 lbs. at 12c; brawn, 
717 lbs. at 23c; cooked ham, 
33 lbs. at 53c; packing cases, 
socks, etc., 121.12; less credits, 
772.97 

Ontario School for the Deaf, 
apples, 25 bbls. at 2.00 

O'Reilly, T. E., Ltd., chemicals 

Parke, Davis & Co., drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

Pathescope Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
rental of films, 60.00; lamps, 
1 box, 4.00; sundries, 1.57 .. 

Perkins, Ince & Co., soap, 56 
boxes at 5.40, 42 boxes at 5.55 

Plunkett, W., services cutting 
ice, 14 days at 2.25, 15 days 
at 3.00 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 

' 660.00; rental of P.O. 'box, 

3.00 

Price, G. W., auto repairs and 
supplies 

Proctor & Gamble Distributing 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., soap 
flakes, 1,634 lbs. at 7%c, 5,928 
lbs. at 16V 2 c 

Public Utilities Commission, 
gas 1,004.92; electric current, 
267.77; water, 3,128.03 

Puccini, A., & Co., Ltd., maca- 
roni, 2,079 lbs. at 9 He 

Recorder Printing Co., Ltd., 
printing, 9.50; advertising, 
9.85 

Reilly, Wm., services in orches- 
tra 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
repairs •. 

Rennie's .Seeds, clover, 575 lbs. 
at 41.00 cwt; bags, 2.70 

Reynolds, W. B., & Co., coal, 
1,823 tons, 315 lbs. at 7.75. 



20,494 73 

50 00 
56 00 

158 63 



65 57 

535 50 

76 50 



663 


00 


65 


75 


1,104 


76 


4,400 


72 


192 


31 


19 


35 


25 00 


8 


60 


238 


45 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Contln ued . 



1,743 tons, 250 lbs. at 8.2-5, 341 
tons, 220 lbs. at 8.75, 72 tons, 
1,250 lbs. at 9.00, 39 tons, 1,915 
lbs. at 9.25, 7 tons, 1,990 lbs. 
at 9.60, 7 tons, 750 lbs. at 
11.50; extra freight, 531.37... 33,207 19 

Ritchie's Cigar Store, tennis 
balls, 1 doz. at 5.00, 1 doz.. at 
6.00; cigars, 18.00; baseballs, 
2 at 1.25; pipes, 3 at 50c; sub- 
scription to sundry magazines, 
102.95; sundries, 50c 136 45 

Robertson, Dr. T. F., profes- 
sional services 50 00 

Ryan, Jas. E., expenses captur- 
ing eloper 6 00 

Secretary-Treasurer, school sec- 
tion for Township of Eliza- 
bethtown, allowance 100 00 

Seekings, George, paper bags, 
37.70; jam, 6 tins at 70c; 
mustard, 10 lbs. at 19c; 
prunes, 500 lbs. at 14 %c.; 
paper, 196 lbs. at 7c; corn , 

starch, 40 pkgs. at 12c; lye, 
2 cases at 5.65; syrup, 668 lbs. 
at 8c; pot barley, 200 lbs. at 
6%c, 100 lbs. at 7c; tobacco, 
24 lbs. at 1.08, 36 lbs, at 96c; 
split peas, 200 lbs. at 11 %c, 
100 lbs. at 9%c; pepper, 20 
lbs. at 50c; corn-meal, 100 lbs. 
at 7 1 / 4c; sauces, 1 doz. at 4.30; 
rice, 1,000 lbs. at 8.28 cwt., 
500 lbs. at 10c; cereals, 4 
casesi at 3.75, 2 cases at 4.25; 
raisins, 87 lbs. at 13c; canned 
fruits, 4 doz. at 2.00, 4 doz. at 
2.40, 6 doz. at 2.50, 6 doz. at 
2.75, 4 doz. at 2.85, 2 doz. at 
3.25; jelly powder, 12 doz. at 
95c, 12 doz. at 1,25; salt, 1 
bbl. at 6.90; canned salmon, 
200 doz. at 2.20; olives, 2 doz. 
at 3.00; sulphur, 20 lbs. at 
7%c; saltpetre, 10 lbs. at 
12y 2 c; sapolio, 3 cases at 
3.70, 2 cases at 3.75; sugar, 50 
lbs. at lie, 10 bags at 8.67, 
10 bags at 9.17 1,254 05 

Sheridan & Power, pails, 2 at 
50c ; coal oil, 46.9 gals, at 23c 11 79 

Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seeds 34 00 

Simpson, Robert, Co., Ltd., uni- 
forms, 29 at 18.50 536 50 

Singer dewing Machine Co., 
needles 20 

Skinner, "W. E., apples, 16 bus. 
at 1.50 24 00 

Smith, E., services in orchestra 51 00 

Smith, E. T., shoe polish, 3 doz. 
at 95c, 3 doz. at 1.35; pot 



2 doz. at 
2 doz. at 
4 doz. at 
cocoanut, 



barley, 1 bag at 6^00; washing 
blue, 28 lbs. at 19c; bird seed, 
24 lbs. at 12i4c; chocolate, 
4 doz. at 95c; cocoa, 3 doz. at 
2.55, 6 doz. at 2.60; canned 
fruits, 8 doz. at 1,85, 6 doz. at 
2.10, 6 doz. at 2.20, 
2.35, 8 doz. at 2.75, 
2.90, 2 doz. at 3.25, 
3.40, 2 doz. at 3.45; 
10 lbs. at 32c; cereals, 1 case 
at 3.20, 2 cases at 4.25, 2 cases 
at 4.40, 2 cases at 4.50, 1 case 
at 4.75; sauces, % doz. at 5.00; 
fly paper, 1 box at 5.00; sugar, 
15 bags at 8.83, 15 bags at 8.65. 
10 bags at 9.15, 10 bags at 
9.33, 5 bags at 9.47; rice, 300 
lbs. at 9.5fr cwt, 500 lbs. at 
10.15 cwt; lye, 1 case at 5.85; 
chloride of lime, 1 case at 
2.75; mustard, 10 lbs. at 
18%c; split peas, 1 bag at 
10.50; starch, 200 lbs. at 
10 %c, 80 lbs. at lie, 200 lbs. 
at 12c, 80 lbs. at 121,4 c; to- 
bacco, 75 lbs. at 70c, 92 lbs. 
at 96c, 30 lbs. at 1.08; sar- 
dines, 3 doz. at 3.00; salt, 1 
bbl. at 4.75, 1 bbl. at 5.50, 1 
bbl. at 5.90; flavouring ex- 
tracts, 9 doz. at 1.00; vinegar, 
28 gals, at 31c; icing sugar, 
50 lbs. at 10 V 2 c; jello, 6 doz. 
at 95c, 6 doz. at 1.20, 6- doz. at 
1.25; shoe laces, 5 gro. at 1,85; 
jam, 60 pails at 70c, 12 pails 
at 90c; nutmegs, 3 doz. at 
43c; sapolio, 3 boxes at 3.65, 
2 boxes at 3.85; prunes, 300 
lbs. at 1314c, 75 lbs. at 133,4c; 
raisins, 50 lbs. at 1314c; 
celery salt, 1 doz. pkgs. at 
1.00; soap, 6 doz. at 95c; sun- 
dries, 3.18 1,242 17 

Soper, Allen & Co., apples, 10 
bbls. at 4.00, 14 bbls. at 4.15, 
50 bbls. at 5.00; pears, 1 bbl. 
at 4.00, 1 bbl. at 6.00 358 10 

Stagg, F. A., fish, 50 lbs. at 1-Oc, 
57 lbs. at 12c, 60 lbs. at 1214c, 
175 lbs. at 13c, 441 lbs. at 
14c, 614 lbs. at 15c, 60 lbs. at 
16c, 400 lbs. at 17c, 675 lbs. 
at 18c, 24 lbs. at 19c, 245 lbs. 
at 20c, 45 lbs. at 23c 458 94 

Stayner's Drug Store, drugs, 
chemicals, etc 148 80 

Steacy, B. D., paint, oils, glass, 
etc., 14.10; iron, hardware, 
etc., 233.44; kitchen supplies, 
35.30; dairy scales, 7.50; rakes, 
6 at 75c; waxing brushes, 6 



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Hospital for Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



at 2.75; razors, 6 at 1.80; razor 
strops, 6 at 85c, 6 at 1.25; hay- 
forks, 6 at 1.20; lamp wick, 1 
doz. at 1.10, 1 doz. at 1.20; 
washboards, 1 doz. at 3.75; 
mop handles, 1 doz. at 2.00; 
shovels, 6 at 1.00, 2 doz. at 
4.50, 1 doz. at 15.00; shears, 1 
pr. at 1.40; axe handles, 3 at 
35c; brushes, 6 at 30c, 2 at 
1.25, 6 doz. at 1.75, % doz. at 
3.00; curry combs, % doz. at 
. 4.80; twine, 1 doz. balls at 2.75 

Steacy, J. N., maple syrup, 45 
gals, at 1.75 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds, bulbs, etc 

Stephens, H. A., one year's 
rental of shed 

Stevens, J., & Son, Co., Ltd., 
medical supplies 

Stewart, R., hay, 7 tons at 12.00 

Storey, Miss L., trav. expenses. 

Stratton, R. T., services in or- 
chestra 

Sundry newspapers and periodi- 
cals, subscriptions, 8.25; ad- 
vertising, 40c 

Swarts, A. H., interments, 
150.00; twine, iy 2 lbs. at 2.61 % 

Taylor, C. M., berry boxes 

Taylor, W. C, combs, 3% doz. 
at 2.20; cleaning material, 
43.65; canned fruit, 2 doz. at 
2.60, 6 doz. at 2.70, 2 doz. at 
2.90, 4 doz. at 2.95, 2 doz. at 
3.15, 2 doz. at 3.40, 2 doz. at 
4.50; shoe laces, 2 gro. at 1.90, 
3 gro. at 2.25; vinegar, 37 
gals, at 30c, 38 gals, at 31c; 
sugar, 15 bags at 8.25, 10 bags 
at 8.96, 5 bags at 9.46, 5 bags 
at 9.57; sardines, 12 tins at 
23c; nutmegs, 5 lbs. at 45c; 
salt, 1 bag at 2.10; raisins, 50 
lbs. at 14c; corn meal, 1 bag 
at 7.65; jelly powder, 12 doz. 
at 1.05, tf doz. at 1.20; mus- 
tard, % doz. jars at 6.75; rice, 
500 lbs. at 9.35 ewt, 500 lbs. at 
9.50 cwt.; prunes, 534 lbs. at 
13c, 500 lbs. at 14c; corn 
flakes, 1 case at 4.40, 1 case at 
4.50; jam, 12 paila at 67c, 25 
pails at 1.15; potatoes* 101 
bus. at 1.10 ; tobacco, 24 lbs. at 
96c, 24 lbs. at 1.08; corn 
starch, 40 lbs. at lie; split 
peas, 1 bag at 9.50; cocoa, 3 
doz. at 2.60; flavouring ex- 
tracts, 9 doz. at 1.00; syrup, 
12. p. A. 



Expenses.— Continued. 

675 lbs. at 7%c; sundries, 

18.89 1,039 51 

Thompson, Joseph, eggs, 360 

doz. at 44c 158 40 

Toronto Laundry Machine Co., 
Ltd., cotton duck, 20 yds. at 

3.45 69 00 

Vout, R. W., tea, 1,185 lbs. at 

40c, 1,340 lbs. at 51c 1,157 40 

Warner, W., services in orches- 
tra 51 00 

Warren, Wm. B., musical sup- 

404 39 Plies 13 05 

Watts, F. A., trav. expenses 6 35 

78 75 Weatherhead, E. L., auto license 10 00 

Webster, John, cheese, 1,339 lbs. 

52 10 at 24 %c, 374 lbs. at 26c 425 30 

Whitley, John, cornmeal, 1 bag 

50 00 at 7.95; salt, 1 bbl. at 5.25; 

cereals, 16.60; corn starch, 160 

64 98 lbs. at 10 %c; sulphur, 20 lbs. 

84 00 at 8c-; syrup> 684 lbs. at 7%c; 

13 95 r i C e, 500 lbs. at 9c; coffee, 294 

lbs. at 27c; canned fruits, 8 
25 00 d oz. at 1.90, 9 5-12 doz. at 

3.30; saltpetre, 10 lbs. at 14c; 
cleaning materials, 15.40; to- 
8 65 bacco, 120 lbs. at 70c; flavour- 

ing extracts, 12 doz. at 1.00; 
153 92 jelly powders, 12 doz. at 1.10; 

14 00 prunes, 250 lbs. at 15c; can- 

ned vegetables, 6 doz. at 2.55, 

4 doz. at 2.65; jam, 36 pails at 
1.10; sugar, 25 bags at 8.48, 

15 bags at 8.98 839 66 

Whyte Packing Co., Ltd., eggs, 
150 doz. at 38c, 330 doz. at 
39c, 180 doz. at 41c, 180 doz. 
at 43c, 180 doz. at 44c, 180 
doz. at 46c, 1,620 doz. at 47c, 
180 doz. at 48c; skim milk, 
45% tons at 23.00 2,393 20 

Williams, James, drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 96 33 

Wilson, C. H., trav. expenses.. 51 45 

Wilson, P., wheat, 54 bus. at 

3.25 175 50 

Wood, R. S., hay, 13 tons, 1,272 
lbs. at 11.00 150 00 

Wood, W. H., sawdust, 100 bus. 
at 3c 3 00 

Wright, H. B., & Co., rock salt, 

5 bags at 1.45, 2 bags at 1.50, 
4 bags at 1.75; chocolates, 24 
boxes at 40c, 12 boxes at 65c; 
oranges, 58.10; lemons, 52.95; 
nuts, 200 lbs. at 25c; oysters, 

• 11 qts. at 1.20; grapes, 1 bbl. 
at 9.50; candy, 218 lbs. at 
28c; ice cream, 32 gals, at 
1.60; grape fruit, 8.70 339 34 






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Hospital for Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Wright, Robt, Co., Ltd., note 
paper, 24 boxes at 15c, 24 
boxes at 25c; sweater coats, 
1 at 75c, 4 at 1.50, 2 at 2.75, 
4 at 3.00, 3 doz. at 15.00; print, 
25 yds. at 15c, 36 V 2 yds. at 
20c, 65 yds. at 25c; marking 
cotton, 10 doz. at 60c; night 
dresses, 6 at 1.25; broaches, 6 
at 25c; wool toques, 2 at 50c; 
wool set, 1 at 2.75; corsets, 6 
doz. at 10.00; buttons, 51 doz. 
at 4c, 2 doz. at 1.25, 2 gro. at 
2.25, 2V S gro. at 3.00, 1 gro. at 
4.75; belts, 2 doz. at 3.00; pop- 
lin, 21 yds. at 69c; net, 2 yds. 
at 65c; ties, 2 doz. at 3.00; 
combs, 8 doz, at 1.50, 20 doz. 
at 1.00; aprons, 1 doz. at 
3.00, 1 1-12 doz. at 6.00, 1 doz. 
at 7.75; shoe laces, 10 gro. at 
1.00, 20 gro. at 1,25, 12 gro. at 
1.65; towelling, 14 yds. at 55c; 
drill, 124 yds. at 35c; denim, 
87 yds. at 30c, 147 yds. at 
37c, 119 V 4 yds. at 49c, 43% 
yds. at 59c; tweed, 78 yds. at 
2.00; hooks and eyes, 4 doz. 
at 60c; cards, 12 pkgs. at 
20c; sheeting, 42 yds, at 50c, 
79 yds. at 65c; lawn, 48 yds. 
at 18c; gingham, 48 yds. at 
20c; dresses, 10 at 1.50, 2 at 
1.75; hose, 26 doz. at 3.00, 1 
doz. at 3.60, 16 doz. at 3.85, 6 
doz. at 4.68, 6. doz. at 4.75, 1 
doz. at 4.80, 2 doz. at 5.00, 

1 doz. at 5.40; underwear, 

2 suits at 1.45, 7 at 2.50, 2 at 
2.75, 1 at 3.15; hair pins, 1 
gro. at 9.00; suspenders, 3 doz. 
6.00; thread, 13 doz. at 1.80, 



1 doz. at 2.40, 12 doz. at 
50c, 71 doz. at 80c, 2V 2 gro. 
at 6.90, 2 gro. at 9.00; cotton, 
121 y 2 yds. at 14c, 257% yds. 
at 17c, 60 yas. at 19c, 134 
yds. at 20c, 40 yds. at 22c, 
60 yds. at 25c; pillow cotton, 
14 yds. at 45c; prayer books, 
3 at 1.20; ribbon, 20 yds. at 
10c, 36 yds. at 7 1 / 2 c, 10 yds. 
at 12y 2 c 95 yds. at 15c, 9% 
yds. at 25c, 8 yds. at 35c, 3 
yds. at 45c; safety pins, 1 
box at 1.20; handkerchiefs, 5 
doz. at 60c; cushion tops, 4 
at 35c; canvas. 23 yds. at 
35c, 63 yds. at 55c; soap, 18 
doz. at 60c; slipper soles, ft 
prs. at 25c; embroidery linen, 
10 yds. at 45c; pique, 50 yds. 
at 39c, 6 yds. at 50c; wrap- 
perette, 40 yds. at 20c; wool, 
1 lb. at 2.00; lawn, 45 yds. at 
30c, 48 yds. at 35c; embroid- 
ery silk, 10 5-12 doz. at 72c; 
mercerized cotton, 2 boxes at 
1.80; nurses' collars, 2 doz. at 
1.75; linen, 10 yds. at 35c, 20 
yds. at 1.25;, cheese cloth, 241 
yds. at 8c, 202 yds. at 10c; 
silk thread, 2 doz. at 1.20; 
blouses, 1 at 1.39, 2 at 1.50; 
lining, 18 yds. at 30c, 25 yds. 
at 45c, 20 yds. at 60c; pins, 
24 pkgs. at 27c, 24 pkgs. at 
40c; duck, 37% yds. at 37c, 
37% yds. at 39c; thimbles, 3 
doz. at 45c; needles, 2,000 at 
2.50; shirting, 63 yds. at 40c; 
collars, 1 doz. at 2.40; sun- 
dries, 48.39 1,758 26 



Maintenance and repairs of all buildings, roads, walks, grounds and fences ($4,088.14) 



Baines & Peckover, iron and 

steel supplies 

Belleville Hardware & Lock 

Mfg. Co., Ltd., locks and keys 
Burwash Industrial Farm, cedar 

posts 

Canada Foundries & Forgings, 

Ltd., sash weights 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers Co., 

Ltd., beams 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Ry. Co., freight 

charges 

Canadian Yale & Towne, Ltd., 

latches 

Dominion Paving &. Contracting 

Co., Ltd., carbolite carbo- 

lineum 



78 00 

56 40 

118 45 

93 

11 44 
10 68 

68 00 

17 23 



33 75 



G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges 29 06 

Green, J., & Co., wall paper.... 21 41 

Greening, B., Wire Co., Ltd., 
wire guards 20 40 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., polarine and 
floor oil 

Kilbourn, J. G., sand 

Knight Bros. Co., Ltd., lumber. 

McLaren Lumber Co., Ltd., lum- 
ber 

Martin-Senour Co., Ltd., paint.. 

Morrison, J. H., sand 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
cove angles, etc 

Pedlar People, Ltd., galv. lath. 

Pilkington Bros., Ltd., glass, 
putty, etc 363 99 



8 


51 


5 


00 


12 


10 


989 


14 


,504 


19 


4 


00 


5 


40 


24 


60 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



171 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Insane, Brockville.— -Continued. 

Maintenance and repairs to all buildings, roads, walks, grounds and fences.— Continued. 



Roofers' Supply Co., Ltd., gal- 
vanized iron and tar 24 11 

Sarnia Fence Co., Ltd., fencing. 256 00 

Sherwood, Geo. E., gravel 141 75 

Smart, R. H., Ltd., cement 96 00 



Steacy, B. D., paint, oil, glass 

and hardware 841 5} 

Wilson, Geo., cove mould, etc... 231 26 

Wood, W. H., lumber 14 83 



Maintenance and repair of plumbing, steam* and electric plants, including engineers supplies ($3,210.44) 



American-La France Fire En- 
gine Co., ladders 

Armstrong Fred., Co., Ltd., 
plumbing supplies 

Beardmore Belting Co., Ltd., 
belting 

Blakeslee, G. S., & Co., Ltd., 
repairs to masher 

Brockville Water & Light Com- 
mission, cast iron sleeve .... 

Canada Foundries & Forgings, 
Ltd., castings 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers Co., 
Ltd., iron castings, etc 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies 

Canadian H. W. Johns-ManvilLe 
Co., Ltd., electrical supplies.. 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 

Dailey, W. L., cement 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Engineering & Machine Works 
of Canada, Ltd., grates 

Gaiiock Packing Co., packing. . 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges 

Hepburn & Disher, Ltd., steel 
beams 

Horlock, G. G., graffelo 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., oils, 
grease, etc 



74 


25 


790 


45 


39 


55 


22 


32 


3 


28 


29 


53 


328 
15 


15 
91 


110 


39 


81 
6 
6 


28 
40 
00 
55 


12 
50 
18 


50 

69 
64 


66 
3 


72 
50 



Imperial Products, valve 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, wire rope . . 

Louch, A. P., electrical supplies 

Louch & Mackey, electrical sup- 
plies 

McLaren Lumber Co., Ltd., lum- 
ber 

Mueller, H., Mfg. Co., Ltd., hot 
water meter 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 
electrical supplies 

Roelofson Elevator Works, re- 
pairs 

Ross, Geo., & Co., washers, 
grates, etc 

Ross, J. H., trav. expenses .... 

Shell Bar Boico Supply, Ltd., 
boico 

Sheridan & Power, stove cast- 
ings, etc 

Steacy, B. D„ plumbing and en- 
gine-room supplies 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., grates. 

Waterous Engine Works Co., 
Ltd., engine repairs and re- 
placements 

Williams, James, chemicals 

Wilson, George, iron hardware, 
etc 

Wilson & Cousins, nozzles 



12 
19 
10 


00 
60 
30 


19 


50 


2 


00 


54 


00 


103 


82 


85 


10 


23 
20 


75 
35 


117 


00 


37 


53 


553 

1 


45 
02 


120 


94 

72 


162 
12 


98 
00 



194 27 



Maintenance and replacements of all furniture and furnishings ($18,167.64) 



Beckett's Grocery, sealers, etc.. 
Blakeslee, G. S., & Co., Ltd., oil 

stone, castings, etc 

Brantford Oven & Rack Co., 

Ltd., tray and dish carrier... 
Canada Foundries & Forgings, 

Ltd., castings 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canadian General Electric Co., 

Ltd., electrical supplies 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 
Chrysler, J. E., Co., clocks, 

spoons, repairs, etc 

Craig, Robt, Co., Ltd., dyeing- 
curtains 

Dailey, W. L., blanket pins . . . 
Davis, R., & Sons, pillow cotton, 

duck, sheeting, etc 

Dominion Linens, Ltd., quilts.. 
Eaton, T., Co., Ltd.,. table 



8 


05 


10 


30 


128 


00 


9 
14 


05 

78 


9 


71 
20 


154 


95 


11 

1 


00 
50 


27^9 

263 

48 


99 
25 

00 



Fletcher Mfg. Co., Ltd., peeler 

blades 3 30 

Gordon, MacKay Co., Ltd., 

blankets 

G. T. R. Sjs., freight charges.. 
Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 

books 

Hees, Geo. H., & Son Co., Ltd., 

shade cloth, etc 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., oils 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., sheeting, 

books, etc 68 20 

Johnston, C. E., Co., couches, 

chairs, carpet, etc 1,395 23 

Jones Bros. & Co., barbers' 

chairs 70 00 

Joyner, A. H. W., charts, ink, 

etc 4 00 

Lindsay, C. W. L., piano wire.. 25 



393 

22 


00 
04 


4 


43 


509 
23 


11 

02 



172 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 
Maintenance and replacements of all furniture and furnishings.— Continued. 



Louch & Mackey, electrical sup- 
plies 

McLaren Lumber Co., Ltd., pic- 
ture moulding 

Macnee & Minnes, ticking, 
sheeting, cotton, etc 

Main Belting Co., belting 

May, Samuel & Co., bed cloths 
and cushion covers 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
blankets sheets, mattresses, 
linen, towels, etc . 

Military Hospitals Commission 
Industries, bed fabrics, tea 
pots, etc 

Mott, J. A., bar iron '. 

Murray & Son, photographs 

Northern Electric Co., electrical 
supplies 

Nute, W. J., & Sons, boiler re- 
pairs 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
crockeryware 

Ontario Show Case Co., show 
case 



8 


33 


8 


24 


568 
6 


79 
19 



41 40 



5,675 49 



176 

4 

30 


90 
50 
00 


31 


05 


5 


40 


72 


77 


104 


00 



Peterborough Lock Mfg. Co., 
keys 

Sheridan & Power, galv. iron, 
26.74; kitchen supplies, 16.95. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., re- 
pairs 

Smith Bros., crowbars 

Smith, B. T., sealers and jar 
rings 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., kitchen 
supplies 

Steacy, B. D., kitchen supplies, 
201.54; iron hardware, etc., 
307.32; paint, oils, etc., 6.50.. 

Stevens, J., & Son, Co., Ltd., 
rubber sheeting 

Swarts, A. H., ticking, chairs, 
couches, etc 

Taylor, W. C, sealers 

Waldron's, blankets 

Wright, Robt, Co., Ltd., crock- 
eryware, table linen, towels, 
carpets, sheeting, quilts, etc.. 



9 


32 


43 


69 


3 


50 
00 


19 


23 


42 


50 


515 


36 


150 54 


857 

22 

4,088 


86 
75 
65 



2,249 82 



Live stock, vehicles and farm implements ($4,772.15) 



Aspinwall Canadian Co., Ltd., 
implements 

Baker, E. S., bull 

Bissell, T. E., Co., Ltd., tractor 

C. P. Jty. Co., freight charges . . 

Carter's Tested Seeds, Inc., 
brooder 

Clemons, W. A., transfer fee... 

Cockshutt Plow Co., tractor plow 

Goold, Shapley & Muir Co., Ltd., 
tractor 1,600 00 



13 


00 


100 


00 


116 


00 


4 


35 


25 


00 




50 


175 


00 



G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges. . 91 80 
Hamilton Hospital for Insane, 

bull, 200.00; heifers, 13 at 

60.00, 10 at 45.00 1,430 00 

Knapp, Jas., cows 824 50 

London Hospital for Insane, 

boar 65 00 

McGrath, G. F., cows 275 00 

Templin Mfg. Co., grader, 

screens, etc 52 00 



Hospital for Insane, Hamilton. 

Salaries ($70,663.30) 

W. M. English, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,800 00 

Peter McNaughton, M.D.: do Asst. .Superintendent 1,700 00 

John Webster, M.D.: do Second Assistant Physician.. 1,600 00 

W. R. Jaffrey, M.D.: Four do Pathologist 24$ 00 

J. Wells: Seven do Dentist 175 00 

B. Way: Twelve do Bursar 1,700 00 

A. iM. Murray: do Clerk 1,300 00 

Isabel Oliver: do Stenographer 600 00 

J. Mundy: do do 550 00 

A. M. Morden: do do 527 00 

F. Quinn: do Storekeeper 1,200 00 

J. A. Zarfas: do Asst. Storekeeper 660 00 

D. Watt: do do 600 00 

■Sarah Shand: do Matron 700 00 

Mrs. Hattie Robertson : do Asst. Matron 500 00 

M. McKenty: do do 500 00 

Win. Dailey: do Tailor 850 00 

Robert Leslie: do Shoemaker 650 00 

Wm. Scott: do Laundryman 750 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



173 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Hamilton. — Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

J. Weir: Twelve months' salary as Baker , . . . 800 00 

J. Ironsides : do Engineer 1,000 00 

N. Reid : do Carpenter 650 00 

J.Sloan: do Asst. Carpenter 600 00 

T.Wilson: do do 500 00 

L. Edmunds; do Painter 750 00 

F. H. Chinas: Seven do Mason 390 00 

D. T. Kilpatrick: Twelve do do 670 00 

Styles Hawley: do Farmer 950 00 

N. Elliott: do Asst. Farmer 750 00 

R. H. Ruston: do Gardener 800 00 

J. P. Wilmot: Three do Asst. Gardener 120 00 

R. Rand: Nine do do 540 00 

Chief Attendants, Attendants and Nurses : 26,652 04 

Domestic Help : 7,505 12 

Asst. Engineers and Stokers: 5,340 63 

Temporary Assistance: . .' 295 53 

Farm Hands: 4,742 98 



Expenses ($186,699.83) 



Adams, F., canned salmon, 60 
doz. at 2.15; tea, 2,600 lbs. at 
37c; coffee, 25 lbs. at 28c... 1,098 00 

Alexander, A. E., leather, 182 
lbs. at 65c, 65 lbs. at 60c, 
134 lbs. at 31c; sheep skins, 
102% ft. at 23c; top lifts, 6 
doz. at 1.93%c; cork insoles, 

3 doz. at 90c; heel tops, 6 
doz. at 2.43, 6 doz. at 1.93%c; 
rivets, 20 lbs. at 17c, 10 lbs. 
at 18c, 10 lbs. at 15%c; laces, 
12 gro. at 1.80, 8 gro. at 2.00, 

4 gro. at 2.20; suspender 
buckles, 10 gro. at 5.64 3-10c; 
sundries, 38.41 410 91 

Allan, J. J., lense for glasses . 3 00 

Allen, R. T., blacksmithing . . 128 65 
Amer. Express Co., charges . . 18 92 
Anderson, T., violin strings, 6 
at 25c, 6 at 30c; clarinet 
reeds, 6 at 1.80 per doz.; re- 
pairs to instruments, 7.00; 
music stands, 4 at 1.50; trap, 

1 at 8.00; sundry musical in- 
strument parts, 3.65; snare 
drum, 1 at 22.00; drum heads, 

2 at 7.00 64 85 

Anderson, W. J., trav. expenses 75 

Armstrong Cartage & Ware- 
house Co., Ltd., cartage .... 45 20 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., wyandotte soda, 
7,000 lbs. at 3.97 cwt, 4,200 
lbs. at 4.07 448 84 

Automobile Tire Co., of Hamil- 
ton, auto supplies 3 10 

Bain, A. G., & Co., biscuits, 10 

lbs. at 45c ..., 4 50 

Baker & Benjamin, veterinary 
services 149 05 

Balfour & McLaren, tea, 100 

lbs. at 40c; excise duty, 10.00 50 00 



Balfour, Smye, & Co., . corn 
syrup, 495 lbs. at 8c; salt, 25 
bbls. at 2.50, 15 bbls. at 2.60; 
sugar, 332 lbs. at 9.19, 60 
bags at 9.14, 6,000 lbs. at 8.57, 
50 lbs. at 10.00, 18 bags at 
8.82, 10 bags at 9.80, 346 lbs. 
at 8.69, 1,000 lbs. at 9.50; lob- 
ster, 12 doz. at 3.25; sardines, 
100 tins at 21c; starch, 5 
kegs at 11.00, 12 kegs at 
10.00; figs, 50 boxes at 1.90; 
herrings, 16 doz. tins at 1.85, 
20 doz. at 2.25; pickles, 5 doz. 
at 2.75, 3 doz. at 4.25, 10 
pails at 7.50, 6 doz. at 4.85, 4 
doz. at 2.40; cleaning ma- 
terials, 38.40; peel, 50 lbs. at 
30c, 50 lbs. at 27c, 50 lbs. 
at 35c; ginger, 5 lbs. at 35c; 
raisins, 500 lbs. at 14c, 300 
lbs. at 12%c; cassia, 25 lbs. 
at 35c; cheese, 173 lbs. at 
23%c; cocoa, 89 lbs. at 25c; 
pepper, 100 lbs. at 43c; beans, 
33% bus. at 6.90; 101 5-6 
bus. at 6.50, 30 bus. at 8.00; 
pepper, 129 lbs. at 33c; apri- 
cots, 300 lbs. at 27c, 500 lbs. 
at 29c; walnuts, 25 lbs. at 
22c; peaches, 1,000 lbs. at 
15%c; cherries, 6 tins at 5.25 
per doz.; mustard, 3 doz. tins 
at 3.72; prunes, 1,500 lbs. at 
12.; clay pipes, 8 boxes at 
1.25, 4 boxes at 2.25; evap. 
apples, 500 cases at 21.00; 
apples, 6 tins at 5.75 per doz.; 
evap. peaches, 2,000 lbs. at 
20c; candles, 36 lbs. at ll%c; 
rice, 2,000 lbs. at 9%c, 2,500 
lbs. at 9c, 5,800 lbs. at 10%c; 
currants. 339% lbs. at 27c; 



174. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE —Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



marmalade, 48 tins at 1.26, 
36 tin's at 74c; jello, 75 doz. 
at 1.00; tea, 704 lbs. at 35c; 
barley, 98 lbs. at 6%c; 
chicken haddie, 8 doz. at 2.45; 
corn starch, 40 lbs. at 10%c, 
120 lbs. at ll%c; split peas, 

1 bag at 10.00; sago, 250 lbs. 
at 15c; tapioca, 500 lbs. at 
15c; sundries, 6.38; less 
credits, 10.00 

Beckett, H. L., grant in lieu of 
taxes 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
110.04; rent of instruments, 
291.67 

Blachford & iSon, interments . . 

Boniface, P. E., & Son, hardware 

Brantford & Hamilton Electric 
Ry. Co., freight charges .... 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., percale, 
1.567% yds. at 18 y 2 c, 110 yds. 
at 21MjC, 171% yds. at 22c, 
224y 2 yds. at 19y 2 c; cotton, 
1,835 yds. at 12y 2 c, 512^ yds. 
at 27y 2 c, 606 yds. at 23y 2 c; 
thimbles, 1 gro. at 3.75; sus- 
pender web, 385 yds. at 12 1 /2 c; 
butter cloth, 242 yds. at 6! 2 c, 
508 yds. at 10c; cottonade, 
224^4 yds. at 40c, 1,071 yds. 
at 55c, 515 yds. at 60c; but- 
tons, assorted, 119 gro. at 
111.40; safety pins, 6 gro. at 
60c.; hair pins, 24 lbs. at 
20c; tweed suiting, 273 yds. at 
2.25, 68y 2 yds. at 2.75; thread, 
15 lbs. at 4.67, 12 doz. at 2.53, 
6 doz. at 1.58, 15 gro. at 8.40, 

2 lbs. at 3.37; gloves, 1 doz. 
prs. at 1.90; needles, 2y> m at 
2.00, y 2 m at 2.75; pins, 13 
gro. at 75c, 3 gro. at 70c, 3 
gro. at 65c; canvas, 200 yds. 
at 32y 2 c, 10iy 2 yds. at 47y 2 c; 
shirting, 559% yds. at 29y 2 c, 
204 yds. at 27y>c; raincoat, 1 
at 8.50; corset covers, 1 doz. 
at 4.50; gingham, 29914 yds. 
at 22y 2 c, 225 yds. at 25c; 
toques, 1% doz. at 6.00; hand- 
kerchiefs, 7 doz. at 1.35, 3 
doz. at 1.25, 11 5-12 doz. at 
1.00; mitts, 16y 2 doz. at 7.50, 
iy 2 doz. at 4.25, % doz. at 
4.50, V 2 doz. at 4.00, 15*4 doz. 
at 6.50; shirts, 2 doz. at 13.50; 
collars, 7 doz. at 1.25; ties, 
10 doz. at 4.50; vests and 
drawers, % doz. at 18 90, V 2 
doz. at 18.00, 5-12 doz. at 
17.10; corsets, 1% doz. at 
10.00; braces, % doz. at 3.25, 



6,521 83 



100 00 



401 71 

234 00 

5 30 



3 doz. at 4.50; shawls, % doz. 
at 15.00; flannel, 950% yds. 
at 50c, 1,002% yds. at 40c; 
yarn, 117 lbs. at 82y 2 c; 
denim, 504y 2 yds. at 35c, 
214% yds. at 47y 2 c; tape, 6 
gro. at 2.22; print, 428 yds. 
at 26c, 4231/4 yds. at 23c, 
110% yds. at 25c, 110 yds. at 
24% c; motor hoods, 6 1-12 doz. 
at 10.00; sundries, 5.91; less 
discounts, 286.00 

Brocklehurst, E., trav. expenses 

Bruce, J. A., & Co., Ltd., chicken 
leg bands, 200 at 75c; lamp 
wicks, 30 at 3c; seeds, 
108.91 

Buntin, Gillies & Co., Ltd., sta- 
tionery 

Bursar, expenses re exhibit, 
Can. National Exhibition, 
125.70; to pay sundry ac- 
counts, 3.75 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 

Canada Home-Made Preserving 
& Pickling Co.. marmalade, 
100 pails at 4.80 

Canada Stamp & Stencil Co., 
Ltd., marking ink, 6 bots. at 
9.80 

Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., 
freight charges 

Canadian-American Lumber & 
.Mfg. Co., Ltd., shavings, 418 
bales at 16c; less freight, 
9.63 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Canadian Laundry Machine Co., 
Ltd., duck, 15 10-36 yds. at 
1.74 ,102 yds. at 1.85; padding, 
11 Mi yds. at 3.50; muslin, 60 
yds. at 41c; sponge cloth, 15^4 
lbs. at 90c; feed ribbons, 1 
set at 24.05; less discount, 
9.45 

Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., oil, 
825 97-100 gals, at 22y 2 c, 
44.77 gals, at 20c, 50.58 gals, 
at 21c; barrels, 16 at 3.00, 
5 at 5.00; less credits, 9.00.. 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . 

C.P.Tt. Co's. Tel., telegrams . . . 

Carr, B. J., trav. expenses, 9.30; 
prizes for picnic, 37.50 

Charcoal Supply Co., charcoal, 
25 bus. at 35c 

Clemens, W. A., registration fee 

Cline, R. M., fish, 12,151. lbs. at 
15c, 4,400 lbs. at 12c, 3,633 
lbs. at lie, 8,421 lbs. at 10c. 

Club Coffee Co., coffee, 25 lbs. 
at 22c; tin, 1 at 75c 



6,012 
3 


90 
17 


111 


31 


24 


SS 


129 
1,630 


4r> 

67 



480 00 

58 80 
1 97 



57 25 
44 52 



!07 91 



269 64 

44 21 

3 69 

46 80 

8 75 
1 00 



3,592 38 
6 25 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



175 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Coffee Importers Co., coffee, 
1,000 lbs. at 28c, 900 lbs. at 
34c 586 00 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 3 doz. 
tins at 12.00, 4 doz. at 3.00, 2 
doz. at 7.00; less discount, 
9.80 52 20 

Consumers' Cordage Co., Ltd., 
twine, 400 lbs. at 28c; less 
freight, 1.66 110 34 

Consumer's Gas Co., gas 232 27 

Crooks, A., board of man and 
horse 1 40 

Crown Oil Refining Co., Ltd., 

oils 33 60 

Crown Tailoring Co., Ltd., mak- 
ing and trimming suits and 
trousers 234 25 

Dalley, F. F., Corporation, Ltd., 
army blacking, 3 doz. at 90c. 2 70 

Dalley Products, Ltd., coffee, 
400 lbs. at 28c 112 00 

Davidson, F. R., compensation 
for damage to house by 
patients 5 00 

Day, H. W., cartage of coal . . 2,055 10 

Dean, M., trav. expenses 17 45 

Department of Agriculture, seed 
wheat, 28 bus. at 2.74 76 72 

Dixon, J., services of musicians 58 00 

Dominion Coal & Lumber Co., 
coal, 59 tons 190 lbs. at 10.90, 
123 tons 1,320 lbs. at 7.60, 1 
ton at 10.40, 48 tons 400 lbs. 
at 7.20, 352 tons 1,900 lbs. at 
9.07, 23 tons 170 lbs. at 11.00, 
68 tons 1,450 lbs. at 11.20, 
2,213 tons 40 lbs. at 9.27 26,680 86 

Dom. Express Co., charges 84 26 

Dominion Vinegar Works Co., 
vinegar, 79 gals at 30c; bar- 
rels, 2 at 3.50 30 70 

Drewery, A. E., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 49 78 

Duncan, R., & Co., daily jour- 
nals, 3 at 85c, 6 at 75c; 
pocket diaries, 6 at 1.10 13 65 

Dunlop, J., Co., Ltd., gluten 
meal, 25 tons at 54.00; oil 
cake, 24 tons 1,250 lbs. at 
61.00; split peas, 2 bags at 
10.00; pot barley, 1 bag at 
6.25, 2 bags at 5.30; chop corn, 
2.461 lbs. at 3.35 cwt 2,994 29 

Eddy. E. B., Co., Ltd., toilet 
paper, 6 cases at 13.70; less 
discount, 8.21 73 99 

Elliott, M., trav. expenses .... 10 75 

English, W. M., Dr., trav. ex- 
penses 146 20 

Farmer's Advocate, advertising 151 92 

Farmer's Feed Co., Ltd., grain, 



810 bags at 1.75, 19 ton at 

35.00; less discounts, 25.00.. 2,057 50 

Fearman Bros., Ltd., soda bis- 
cuits, 577 lbs. at 15c, 469^ 
lbs. at 13c, 286 % lbs. at 12c; 
tins, 118 at 40c, 2 at 50c; less 
credits, 22.60 210 03 

Fearman, F. W., & Co., Ltd., 
eggs, 200 doz. at 40c, 180 doz. 
at 44c, 200 doz. at 45c, 420 
doz. at 47c, 1,260 doz. at 48c, 
420 doz. at 49c, 1,050 doz. at 
50c, 420 doz. at 52c; honey, 
7 sections at 35c, 4 sections at 
30c, 60 lbs. at 15c; beans, 9% 
bus. at 7.75, 1 bus. 27 lbs. at 
9.00, 4 bus. at 7.50; cheese, 
337 lbs. at 23c, 986 lbs. at 
23M>c, 730 lbs. at 25c, 450 lbs. 
at 24c, 521 lbs. at 26y 2 c; 
sausage, 60 lbs. at 18c, 1,395 
lbs. at lSVL'C.; lard, 50 lbs. at 
30c, 60 lbs. at 31%c, 60 lbs. 
at 32c 3,191 76 

Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 591 % 
bus. at 1.35 798 86 

Fielding, J. L., & Co., tea fan- 

nings, 800 lbs. at 15c 120 00 

Filman, J., threshing charges, 
154 bus. at 3y 2 c, 7,012 bus. 
at 2%c 180 69 

Findlay's Shoe Store, overshoes, 
1 pr. at 2.95; boots, 1 pr. at 
5.95 8 90 

Fleischmann Co., yeast, 449 lbs. 

at 30c, 133 lbs. at 35c 181 25 

Fralick & Co., smocks, 6 at 1.50; 
duck suits, 2 at 3.75; coats, 2 
at 3.00, 4 at 2.50; overalls, 6 
at 1.50, 2 at 3.00, 2 at 2.50, 4 
at 4.00, 4 at 2.00 76 50 

Gault Bros., Co., Ltd., cottonade, 
570 yds. at 42V>c; gingham, 
515M> yds. at f8%c; denim, 
266% yds. at 40c; shirting, 
550 V» yds. at 30c; suiting, 
251 i/i yds. at 1.85; buttons, 12 
gro. at 3.00; sundries, 5.50; 
less discount, 20.19 1,095 59 

Gerrie, J. W., repairing glass, 
etc 5 50 

Gillard, W. H., & Co., figs, 15 
boxes at 1.90; lobsters, 10 doz. 
at 2.90; sugar, 7,000 lbs. at 
8.64 cwt., 2,436 lbs. at 8.09, 
16,600 lbs. at 8.04; cleaning 
materials, 100.84; almonds, 52 
lbs. at 22c; prunes, 5,000 lbs. 
at 12i4c; walnuts, 2 lbs. at 
22c; tea, 1,000 lbs. at 35c; 
syrup, 5„327 lbs. at 7c; rice, 
3,000 lbs. at ll%c; kippered 
herrings, 16 doz. tins at 2.25; 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued . 



27 08 

45 63 

2,000 57 

9 16 



34 87 



stuffed olives, 3 doz. bots. at 
2.60; haddie, 8 doz. tins at 
2.25; sundries, 2.45; matches, 

2 cases at 13.30 4,077 97 

Gillies-Guy, Ltd., coal, 2 tons 

1,700 lbs. at 9.50 

Glassco, G. F., & Co., Ltd., caps, 
6 1-12 doz. at 7.50 .... 

G. T. Ry. ,Sys., freight charges. . 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . 

Greening, B., Wire Co., Ltd., 
wire, 150 ft. at 60c. per 100 ft., 
4y 2 sq. ft. at 10c; hatching 
baskets, 36 at 95c; less dis- 
count. 68c 

Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 
boots, 2 prs. at 3.60, 8 prs. at 
4.10, 6 prs. at 4.00; less dis- 
count, 40c 

Hamilton & Barton Incline Ry. 
Co., use of railway 625 10 

Hamilton Brewing Association, 
Ltd., grains, 1 ton at 23.00; 
less credits, 17.70 

Hamilton Cemetery, interments 

Hamilton Distillery Co., Ltd., 
alcohol, 30 gals, at 7.50; kegs, 

3 at 2.00 

Hamilton Herald, advertising.. 

Hamilton Hydro-Electric Sys- 
tem, current 2,154 32 

Hamilton Mill Supply Co., polar- 
ine oil, 30 gals, at 70c; barrel, 
1 at 3.00 

Hamilton Stamp & Stencil 
Works, Ltd., rubber stamps . 

Hamilton Taxicab Co., livery 
hire 

Hamilton Water Works, water 2,593 90 

Hamilton Weights & Measures 
Inspector, inspecting scales . 

Hammett, J. L. C, school sup- 
plies 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., but- 
ter, 30,296 lbs. at 37.45, 14,280 
lbs. at 48%c; eggs, 5,460 doz. 
at 49c, 420 doz. at 43c, 420 
doz. at 50c; cheese, 3,477 lbs. 
at 24c, 437 lbs. at 25%c; 
geese, 844 lbs. at 27c; sau- 
sage, 75 lbs. at 22c; oleomar- 
garine, 56 lbs. at 32c, 840 
lbs. at 31% c; less credits, 
35.80 22,772 58 

Hawley, S. G., trav. expenses . 

Hayes, C. R., repairs to plow.. 

Hendrie, J., & Co., cartage . . 

Herald J., tuning pianos 

Hilburn, J. S., seed oats 

Hislop, R., blacksmithing 

Holstein-Friesian Association 
of Canada, transfer fees 

Howell, W. A 



63 60 



5 30 
148 00 



231 00 
4 97 



24 00 



2 30 

3 00 



22 95 
60 24 



8 


08 


2 00 


24 


80 


15 


50 


87 


50 


332 


18 


1 


75 


68 95 



Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., gasoline, 
300 gals, at 31 %c, 155 gals, 
at 33c ; 

Imperial Oil, Co., Ltd., gasoline, 
40 gals, at 31 %c, 50 gals, at 
'3836c, 350 gals, at 33c; oil 
41% gals, at 45c, 38% gals, 
at 43c, 41 gals, at 88c; bar- 
rels, 1 at 3.00, 2 at 5.00 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Insetter-Myers, Ltd., ice 

International Harvester Co. of 
Canada, tractor repairs 

Kidner, J., printing 

Kirk, J., tobacco, 1,535 lbs. at 
64c, 130 lbs. at 56c, 10 lbs. 
at 85c, 1,008 lbs. at 69c, 200 
lbs. at 74c, 100 lbs. at 70c, 
324 lbs. at 96c, 288 lbs. at 
1.08; pipes, 14 %doz. at 3.00; 
cigars, 50 at 6.00 per 100; 
less discounts, 9.12 

Lloyd, R. J., & Co., sandwiches 

McCay, W., blacksmithing 

McClary Mfg. Co., hardware . . 

McFarlane, A., split peas, 4 
bags at 9.25 

McKay, S., one year's stabling 
for horses . 

McKenty, M., prizes for picnic 

McLaren, G., clock and watch 
repairs 

McLaren's Ltd., mustard, 16 
doz. tins at 2.00; pepper, 50 
lbs. at 38c, 75 lbs. at 40c; 
jelly powder, 20 doz. at 1.20. 

McLauchlan & Sons, Co., Ltd., 
French creams, 400 lbs. at 
17%c; less discount, 2.87... 

McMillan, J., trav. expenses . . 

MacNaughton, P., trav. expenses 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 
bran, 25 tons at 32.00; flour, 
158 lbs. at 8.85; middlings, 
9 tons at 35.00; less credits, 
81.42 

Martin, C. H., gasoline, oil, 
etc 

Martin, H. A., printing and 
stationery 

Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., imple- 
ment parts and repairs 

May, S., & Co., billiard sundries' 

Meakins & Sons, Ltd., brooms, 
1 doz. at 7.85. 1 doz. at 9.33,, 
1 doz. at 9.80; brushes, 6 at 
3.00 per doz., 2 doz. at 1.20, 
6 doz. at 2.10, 6 1-12 doz. at 
3.15; baskets, 1 doz. at 10.00; 
sundries, 6.62 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
night gowns, 100 at 1.45, 72 



145 65 



229 17 

428 14 
564 68 

1 70 
3 50 



1,635 


93 


3 


78 


99 


72 


10 


05 


37 


00 


30 


00 


37 46 



5 00 



105 00 



67 13 
11 90 
37 30 



1,431 88 


13 92 


15 65 


18 55 
1 65 



79 26 



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177 



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Hospital for Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Expenses. 

at 1.21, 72 at 1.32; shirts, 150 

at 1.05, 400 at 96c; shirting, 
64 yds. at 29%c; night shirts, 

200 at 78c, 72 at 1.17; "cotton, 

l,136y 2 yds. at 20c, 1,007 yds. 

at 1314c, 1,011% yds. at 

1214c; cases, 8.50; denim, 

243% yds. at 35c; hose, 96 

prs. at 34c; flannelette, 

1,0301,4 yds. at 20c, 503% yds. 

at 17c; smocks, 200 at 1.88; 

skirting, 1,034% yds. at 

21%c; sundries, 75c 2,629 56 

Milman, W. H., & Sons, raisins, 

50 lbs. at ll%c 5 88 

Morrison, E., trav. expenses re 

eloper 4 00 

Myles, T., Sons, Ltd., coal, 27 

tons 1,790 lbs. at 10.50 293 06 

National Drug & Chemical Co., 

drugs and chemicals 314 16 

Nelson, J. W., baseballs, 2 at 

1.75 3 50 

Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 

lime sulphur, 6 bbls. at 8.00; 

lead paste, 200 lbs. at 20c; 

H.P. hose, 30 ft. at 25c 95 50 

Nicholson, J. ;S., implement 

parts and repairs 32 78 

Nix, C. H., polish, 1 doz. at 2.75; 

blankets, 12 at 3.00, 2 at 2.40; 

sweat pads, 3 prs. at 1.30; 

harness repairs and supplies, 

181.05; brushes, 1 doz. at 

7.20; robe, 1 at 22.00; bells, 

3 sets at 2.00, 4 sets at 65c. . . 266 30 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co., paper, 

12 rolls at 1.00 12 00 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 

rolled oats, 37% bbls. at 

6.97%c, 60 bbls. at 10.60, 75 

bbls. at 10.80; flour, 1,355 
,bbls. at 10.95, 30 bbls. at 

11.15; shorts, 18 tons at 

40.00; bran, 26 tons at 35.00. 18,454 57 
O. A. College (Field Hus- 
bandry Dept), services, 

cleaning mangel seed 7 50 

Ont. Reformatory Industries, 

pickled butts, 45 lbs. at 29c, 

46 lbs. at 42c, 200 lbs. at 

32c; veal and tongue, 51 lbs. 

at 19c, 10 lbs. at 30c, 47 lbs. 

at 45c; baskets, tubs, sacks, 

sacking barrels, etc., 130.51; 

corned beef, 2,400 lbs. at 15c, 

400 lbs. at 16c, 3,800 lbs. at 

16%c, 2,760 lbs. at 18c, 400 

lbs. at 18%c; liver, 1,042 lbs. 

at 10c, 251 lbs. at lie, 324 

lbs. at 12c, 1,011 lbs. at 13c; 

jellied hock, 465 lbs. at 15c, 

290 lbs. at 17c, 4,369 lbs. at 



-Continued. 

20c; blood pudding, 43 lbs. 
at 15c; mince meat, 250 lbs. 
at 14%c; bologna, 799 lbs. at 
14c, 1,068 lbs. at 15c; brawn, 
113 lbs. at 23c; lamb and 
mutton, 103 lbs. at 26c, 92 
lbs. at 28 %c, 128 lbs. at 19c; 
hamburg steak, 153 lbs. at 
16c; beef loaf, 1,039 lbs. at 
25c; sweet breads, 27 lbs. at 
20c; beans, 41 bags at 7.00; 
grey cloth, 118% yds. at 1.50; 
express charges, 57c; beef, 
157 lbs. at 14c, 520 lbs. at 
14%c, 359 lbs. at 15c, 473 
lbs. at 15%c, 4,691 lbs. at 
16%c, 7,420 lbs. at 17c, 2,560 
lbs. at 17%c, 2,501 lbs. at 
18c, 1,455 lb s.at 18%c, 1,294 
lbs. at 19c, 4,451 lbs. at 
19%c, 8,993 lbs. at 20c, 4,526 
lbs. at 20 %c ,507 lbs. at 21c, 
839 lbs. at 21%c, 2,251 lbs. at 
22c, 2,243 lbs. at 22%c ,1,361 
lbs. at 23c, 4,698 lbs. at 23 %c, 
7,005 lbs. at 24c, 2,317 lbs. at 
24%c, 6,527 lbs. at 25c, 2,303 
lbs. at 26c, 3,167 lbs. at 27c; 
pork, 265 lbs. at 23c, 147 lbs. 
at 25c, 245 lbs. at 25%c, 302 
lbs. at 26c, 960 lbs. at 26%c, 
1,145 lbs. at 27c, 5,263 lbs. at 
27%c, 426 lbs. at 28c, 543 
lbs. at 28%c, 454 lbs. at 30c; 
head cheese, 847 lbs. at 12%c, 
4,380 lbs. at 13c, 5,676 lbs. at 
13%c, 9,104 lbs. at 14c, 565 
lbs. at 15c; ham, 102 lbs. at 
30c, 691 lbs. at 31c, 33 lbs. 
at 38c, 23 lbs. at 39c, 435 
lbs. at 43c, 264 lbs. at 44c, 41 
lbs. at 45c, 51 lbs. at 50c, 34 
lbs. at 52c; lard, 50 lbs. at 
26c, 250 lbs. at 27c, 200 lbs. 
at 28c, 50 lbs. at 29c, 500 lbs. 
at 31c; bacon, 89 lbs. at 39c, 
567 lbs. at 40c, 770 lbs. at 
41c, 845 lbs. at 42c, 106 lbs. 
at 43c; less credits, 1,071.56. 26,005 31 

O. & R. Garage, auto supplies 
and repairs 86 54 

Parke, Davis & Co., kreso, 80 

gals, at 75c 60 00 

Parke & Parke, Ltd., drugs, 

chemicals, etc 639 02 

Pathescope of Canada, Ltd., film 
service, 75.00; lamps, 3.50 .. 78 50 

Patterson, J. D„ & Co. .carriage 
and waggon repairs, 82.60; 
carriage tire, 1 at 8.00 90 60 

Peebles, Hobson & Co., Ltd., 
sundry groceries 3 35 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Perkins, Ince & Co., soap, 136 
boxes at 5.40, 67 boxes at 5.55 

Postmaster, rent of P.O. box . 

Proctor & Gamble Distributing 
Co., Ltd., soap flakes, 2,018 
lbs. at 7%c, 5,093 lbs. at 
16y»c, 1,000 lbs. at 17%c. .. 

Puccini, A., & Co., Ltd., maca- 
roni, 4,347 lbs. at 9 14c 

Reed, N., trav. expenses 

Remington Typewriter Co., 
Ltd., typewriter supplies . . . 

Rennie, W., Co., Ltd., lawn 
seed, 10 lbs. at 27c 

Riddell, J. E., & Son, imple- 
ment repairs 

Roberts Bros., blacksmithing. 

Robinson, G. W., Co., Ltd., 
shoes, 3 prs. at 1.25, 24 prs. 
at 1.90, 5 prs. at 90c, 1 pr. 
at 2.00, 24 prs. at 1.00, 1 pr. 
at 4.05; rubber boots, 3 prs. 
at 5.00; yarn, 6 skeins at 20c, 
52 skeins, at 5c; ribbon, 54 
yds. at 23c; combs, 8 at 75c, 
3 at 25c; collars, 9 at 25c; 
blouses, 2 at 1.25, 4 at 1.00; 
corset covers, 4 at 50c; cor- 
sets, 2 prs. at 1.00; ties, 6 at 
50c; serge, 11 yds. at 75c; 
dress goods, 5% yds. at 75c; 
trailing, 100 yds. at 5c; bells, 
36 at 15c; scrim, 49 y> yds. at 
35c; rubbers, 12 prs. at 85c; 
holly, 16 lbs. at 31 ^c; pique, 
12 yds. at 49c; edging, 50 
yds. at 7c; Indian head, 66 
yds. at 22y 2 c, 199 yds>. at 
27y 2 c; sundries, 7.93 

Ross, F. B., professional ser- 
vices as dentist 

Royal Brush Co., brushes, 6 at 
6.00 per doz 

Ryckman, W. H., & Co., grape 
fruit, 24 at 8%c; cider, 2% 
gals, at 60c, 30 gals, at 55c, 
1 barrel at 4.50; cream of 
wheat, 55 lbs. at 12c; bis 
cuits, soda, 112 lbs. at 17c. 
mixed, 29 pkgs. at 15c; sun 
dries, 31.72 ." 

Salter, E., board of men, . . . 

Salter, R., trav. expenses . 

Seagram, J. E., & Sons, Ltd. 
whiskey, 30 gals, at 5.75 

Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seeds 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., suits, 7 
at 16.75 

Sims A., evergreens, 1 load at 

Smith, A. D., hay, 90 tons 1,270 
lbs. at 15.00 

Smith, E. D., fruit seeds 

Smith Optical Co., repairing 
glasses 



1,106 25 
8 00 



1,174 25 



402 
3 


11 

80 


11 


50 


2 


70 


6 
1 


44 

75 



281 82 
6 50 
3 00 



86 21 
21 00 

10 70 

172 50 
358 10 

117 25 

7 00 

1,359 52 
19 29 

10 00 



Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
Ltd., sundries 1 95 

Soper, R., flags, 2 doz. at 2.25, 
11 doz. at 1.75, 6 doz. at 85c; 
canvas, 25 yds. at 43c; bunt- 
ing, 820 yds. at 8c 105 20 

Spectator Printing Co., Ltd., 
printing, 130.50; advertising, 
433 134 83 

Spicer, H., seed onions, 4 bus. 
at 2.00 8 00 

Stanley Mills & Co., Ltd., gaunt- 
lets, 1 pr. at 2 75 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds, bulbs, etc., 482.27; sun- 
dries, 31.74; beef meal, 200 
lbs. at 5.50; beef scraps, 200 
lbs. at 7.50, 400 lbs. at 7.00; 
oyster shell, 6 bags at 1.10 . . 574 61 

Stevens & Soloman, bananas, 12 
doz. at 30c, 4 doz. at 25c; 
lemons, 1 case at 6.50, y> case 
at 8.75, 1 case at 7.50, % 
case at 9.00, 1 case at 5.50; 
oranges, 2 cases at 4.75, 1 
case at 4.50, 1 case at 6.00, 200 
doz. at 32c; potatoes, 805 8-9 
bags at 2.00 per bag. 35 bags 
at 1.50; grape fruit, 4 doz. at 
75c; sundries, 2.90; bags, 35 
at 10c 1,790 61 

St. Mary's Cathedral, inter- 
ments 74 00 

Sundry newspapers, subscrip- 
tions 118 06 

Tait Optical Co., repairing 
glasses 4 00 

Taylor Bros., grinding garden 

and farm implements 54 40 

Times Printing Co., advertising 4 80 

Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo 

Ry. Co., freight charges . . . 2,377 26 

Toronto & Hamilton Electric 
Co., Ltd., electric supplies . . 1 25 

Turnbull, A. C, stationery, 
books and office supplies, 
347.35; rent of room for par- 
cels, 25.00; sundry magazine 
subscriptions, 91.20; postage 
stamps, 531.00 994 55 

Turner, J.> & Co., haddie, 6 
cases at 9.00; sago, 474 lbs. 
at 14V 2 c, 157 lbs. at 15c; 
cleaning material, 57.40; 
raisins, 600 lbsl at 12y ? c; 
clay pipes, 4 boxes at 1.50; 
marmalade, 4 cases at 7.80; 
jelly powder, 80 doz. at 1.05, 
63 doz. at 1.25; yokaline, 1 
doz. at 5.50; syrup, 490 lbs. 
at 8c, 682 lbs. at 7%c, 6,724 
lbs. at 7y»c, 3,403 lbs. at 7c; 
salt, 12 bbls. at 2.35, 20 bbls. 
at 2.60; sardines, 1 case at 



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179 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



433 06 

282 91 



12 00 



78 00 



22.50; olives, 4 doz. at 2.10; 
corn starch, 80 lbs. at lie, 
100 lbs. at 10c, • 120 lbs. at 
11%C.; pickles, 1 doz. at 3.75; 
sugar, 50 lbs. at 9.82 per cwt, 
6,400 lbs. at 8.32 cwt., 3,600 
lbs. at 8.77 cwt., 2,000 lbs. at 
9.05 cwt.; less credits, 67.20 2, 
United Gas & Fuel Co., gas . 1, 
Valley Camp Coal Co., coal, 
2,054 tons 1,100 lbs. at 5.38; 

less credits, 134.25 10,919 24 

Vernon, H., & Son, city direc- 
tory, 2 copies at 6.00 

Walker-Vallance, Ltd., auto 

supplies and repairs 

Watkins, T. C, Ltd., collars, 28 

at 15c; blouses, 5 at 1.00 .. 9 20 

Way, B., trav. expenses 2 75 

Webster, J., expenses re eloper 3 00 

Weld, W., Co., Ltd., advertising 50 96 

Wells, J., trav. expenses 13 70 

White & Co., potatoes, 523 bags 
at 2.00, 35 bags at 1.90, 70 
bus. at 1.25; oranges, 1 case 
at 4.75, 1 case at 5.50, 1 case 
at 6.00, 2 cases at 6.25, % 
case at 7.00, 2V 2 cases at 7.50, 
3 cases at 8.25, 1 case at 8.50, 
2 cases at 10.00, 2 cases at 
10.50, 1 case at 12.00; lemons, 
M> case at 7.00, 4^ cases at 
7.50, 2% cases at 8.00, 6V 2 
cases at 9.00, y 2 case at 9.50, 
1 case at 10.00, % case at 
14.00; grape fruit, 1 case at 
7.00, 1 doz. at 1.20, 1 doz. at 
95c, 2 doz. at 90c, 2 doz. at 
70c, 1 doz. at 65c; pine- 
apples, V2 case at 6.00; cher- 
ries, 46 t>as. at 55c, 120 bas. 



1,834 45 
10 24 



237 84 
15 00 



at 1.20, 76 bas. at 1.30, 56 
bas. at 1.35 

Wilson & Wilson, medical sup- 
plies '. 

Wood, A., & J., hardware sup- 
plies, 170.33; hay forks, 1 
doz. at 11.05; rope, 66 lbs. 
at 40c; tennis balls, 1 doz. at 
3.00; kitchen supplies, 19.66; 
paints, oil, etc., 7.40 

Woodley, W., & Sons, stud ser- 
vice 

Wood Milling Co., shorts, 1% 
tons at 44.00; feed wheat, 113 
bus. at 2.25, 40 bus. at 2.30, 
25 bus. at 2.50; flour, 35 bbls. 
at 10.60; beans, 65y 2 bus. at 
7.00; rolled oats, % ton at 
48.00, 1 ton at 51.00, 1 ton at 
56.00, 1 ton at 58.00, 1 ton 
at 59.00, 1 ton at 63.00, 2 tons 
at 65.00; corn, 1 ton at 75.00, 
7 tons at 67.00, 1 ton at 65.00 2,354 25 

Wood, Vallance & Co., tarred 
paper, 14 rolls at 70c; auto 
jack, 1 at 6.50; sundry hard- 
ware, 7.50; wrench, 1 at 1.55; 
hay knife, 1 at 1.35; razors, 
1 doz. at 17.50; scissors, y 2 
doz. at 8.80, 2 prs. at 1.25; 
machinery repairs, 15.89; 
snow shovels, 1 doz. at 7.85; 
twine, 271/2 lbs. at 67c, - 24 
lbs. at 36c; weed chains, 2 at 
5.25; brooms, 2 at 1.12^0.; 
clippers, 2 at 4.00 

Woods, Walter & Co., paper 
bags, etc, 88.43; pails, 4.69.. 

Woolworth, F. W., Co., Ltd., 
paper napkins 

Wright, F. B., keys 



122 53 

93 12 

80 
2 75 



Maintenance and repairs of all buildings, roads, walks, grounds and fences ($9,367.54) 



Armstrong Supply Co., Ltd., 
sand 

Baby Hardware Co., Ltd., paint 

Bain, J., & Son, repairing 
welding lever 

Brantford & Hamilton Electric 
Ry., freight charges 

Brantford Roofing Co., Ltd., 
rubber roofing 

Burwash Industrial Farm, lum- 
ber r 

Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 
cement 

Canadian Explosives, Ltd., fuses 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 

Clapham, J., & Son, centre- 
pieces 

Climax Good Roads Machinery 
Co., Ltd., crushing plates, 
150.00; check plates, 10.00 .. 



40 
50 


50 
25 


2 


88 


4 


28 


23 


45 


349 


36 


243 50 

95 25 

118 62 



2 00 



160 00 



Duncan, R., & Co., oak moulding 2 75 

Electric Supply Co., Ltd., elec- 
tric supplies 90 

Freeman, W. A., Co., Ltd., 
cement, etc 19 60 

Gallagher Lime & Stone Co., 
Ltd.. lime 7 50 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges. . 199 86 

Greening, B., Wire Co., Ltd., re- 
pairing, window guards, 22.54; 
screen cloth, 19.83 42 37 

Hamilton' & Barton Incline Ry., 
charges 7 05 

Hamilton Bridge Works Co., 
plate % . 1 00 

Hamilton City Corporation, 
rental of scraper, 7.00; hire 
of road roller, dynamite, etc, 
221.75; repairs to pavement, 
14.92 243 67 



180 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Maintenance and repairs of all buildings, roads, walks, grounds and fences.— Continued. 



Hamilton Mirror Plate Co., 

Ltd., glass 82 

Hamilton Stove & Heater Co., 

Ltd., rim locks and keys 100 42 

Hamilton & Toronto Sewer Pipe 

Co., Ltd., sewer pipe 41 10 

Harper, R., greenhouse 600 00 

Hendrie, J., & Co., Ltd., cartage 91 68 
Hislop, R., repairing pinch bar 45 

Hull, R., repairs to building.. 33 25 
Kent, Garwin & Co., Ltd., keys 60 

McFarlane Mfg. Co., Ltd., fire 

ladder 8 00 

Martin-Senour Co., Ltd., paints, 

oils, varnishes, etc 7 50 

Meakins & Sons, Ltd., brushes 

sash, tools, etc 190 73 

Oilman Bros., sand 112 00 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 

drain tile 105 00 

Patterson & Crossthwaite, lum- 
ber 1,359 74 



Patterson-Tilley Co., lumber, 

sashes, etc 666 53 

Pay lists, wages of men 102 00 

Riddell, J. E., & Sons, repairs 

to roof, labour and material. 837 5& 
Robinson, G. W., & Co., Ltd., 

brass knobs 3 50 

Rogers, A., Ltd., cement 579 37 

Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo 

Ry. Co., freight charges 50 4& 

Turnbull, A. C, wall paper . . 9 70 

Walsh, W. J., plumbing supplies 4 10 

Williams, A. R., Machinery Co., 

clutch, 10.90; rubber tire, 2.06 12 96 
Wood, Alexander & James, hard- 
ware, paint, oil, glass, etc... 2,452 24 
Wood, Vallance & Co., hardware, 

paints, oil, etc 382 03 

Wright, F. B., repairing locks, 
etc 1 00 



Maintenance and repairs of plumbing, steam and electric plants, including engineers' supplies. ($3,213.85) 



American Electrical Heater Co., 

electric supplies 

American LaFrance Fire Engine 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., fire ex- 
tinguishers 

Armstrong Cartage Co., cartage 
Armstrong, F., Co., Ltd., plumb- 
ing supplies 

Bain, J., & Son, valve repairs.. 
Bloom & Brittain, plumbing sup- 
plies 

Boiler Repair & Grate Bar Co., 

air valves 

Canada Customs, duty charges 
Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., 

freight charges 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 

electric supplies 

Can. H. W. Johns-Manville Co., 

Ltd., lamps 

Can. Laundry Machinery Co., 

Ltd., starcher 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 
Can. Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 

machinery repairs 

Crown Oil Refining Co., Ltd., 

oils • 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods 

Co., Ltd., hose, hose couplings, 

etc 

Electric Supply Co., Ltd., elec- 
trical supplies 

Gartshore-Thompson Pipe Foun- 
dry Co., Ltd., plugs 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges . . 



11 64 



60 

1 


00 
50 


56 
3 


71 
00 


2 


62 


21 
3 


60 
93 


6 
1 


11 
70 


10 


26 


33 


87 


67 

7 


00 
00 


282 


25 


15 
4 


05 
51 


186 


50 


87 52 


2 90 

4 05 



Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., 
Ltd., fire hose and couplings 
Hamilton City Corporation, re- 
pairs to water mains 

Hamilton Engine Packing Co., 
packing and engine room 

supplies 

Hamilton Mill Supply Co., oils 
Hamilton Welding Co., cutting 

tanks, etc 

Horlock, G. G., closet cleaning 

hooks 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion of Ontario., watt meter 

paper 

Imperial Mfg. Co., machinery 

parts 

McClary Mfg. Co., ash pans . . 
McDougall, R., Co., Ltd., ma- 
chinery repairs 

National Drug & Chemical Co. 
of Canada, Ltd., chemicals.. 
Northern Electric Co., Ltd., elec- 
trical supplies 

Parke & Parke, chemicals 

Riddell, J. E., & Son, stove pipe 
Singer Sewing Machine Co., 

sundries 

Straight, W., cartage 

T. H. & B. Ry. Co., freight 

charges 

Turnbull Elevator Mfg. Co., 

elevator repairs 

Walsh, W. J., plumbing supplies 
Wood, Alexander & James, hard- 
ware, paint, oil, etc 



295 


90 


34 


28 


300 


82 


24 


20 


91 


25 


3 


50 



16 62 



90 
2 45 


5 60 


1 00 


7 20 

21 89 

70 


30 

1 75 


35 


34 00 
1,032 31 



469 11 



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181 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 

Maintenance and replacements of all furniture and furnishings ($12,885.32) 



American Electrical Heater Co., 

(repairs 

Arcade, Ltd., The, chintz 

Armstrong Cartage & Warehouse 

Co., Ltd., cartage 

Ash, Claudius, Sons & Co., Ltd., 

dental supplies 

Bain, J., & Son, pins for castors 
Ben Hur Mfg. Co., Ltd., bed feet 
Blakeslee, G. S., & Co., Ltd., 

knife for slicer 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., ticking, 

187.29; table oil cloth, 22.18; 

muslin, ribbons, etc., 152.24; 

blankets, 1,372.80; scrim, 

39.65; felt, 163.82 

Burrow, Stewart & Milne, stove 

repairs, etc 

Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., 

freight charges 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 

spark plugs 

Can. Feather & Mattress Co., 

feather pillows 

Can. H. W. Johns-Manville Co., 

nitro lamps 

Can. Laundry Machinery Co., 

Ltd., machine supplies 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 
Can. Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 

implement repairs 

Co-operative Supply Dept., book 
Delaney & Pettit, Ltd., hair . . . 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Dominion Linens, Ltd., quilts.. 
Electric Supply Co., electric sup- 
plies 

Elliott, C. C, adding machine 

repairs 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., hotel 

range and charcoal broiler, 

315.23; stove repairs, 28.83.. 
Hamilton Engine Packing Co., 

recording guage 

Hamilton Stove & Heater Co., 

repairs to radiator, etc 

Hammett, J. L., Co., reeds, 

books and shears 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., books 

and medical supplies 

Haynes, C. R., repairs to ice 

plow and saws 

Herald, J., repairs to organ . . . 
Higel, Otto Co., Ltd., ivories . . 
Holstein-Fresian Association of 

Canada, book 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., oil 

Invalided Soldiers' Commission 

Industries, looms, laundry 

bags, etc 

Johnston Temperature Regulat- 
ing Co., repairs to thermostat 



3 


16 


2 


50 


1 


65 


437 


50 


2 


55 


9 


12 



3 50 

1,915 98 
34 27 

6 60 

1 10 

4 00 
80 50 
21 60 

103 42 

2 00 

39 82 
2 00 

530 00 
1 40 

728 36 

79 55 

17 50 

344 06 

9 50 

12 00 

47 00 

11 60 

6 00 

6 00 

62 

1 00 
39 00 

49 50 

5 00 



Junor, W., dinner set, crockery- 
ware, etc 

Kent, Garwin Co., Ltd., padlocks 

McAinsh & Co., Ltd., books 

McClary Mfg. Co., kitchen uten- 
sils and hardware 

McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, 
books 

McDougall, W. T., & Co., 
crockery and glassware 

McLaren, G., clock, 22.50; clock 
repairs, 13.50 

Martin, C. H., auto repairs 

Meakins & Sons, cocoa mats, 
baskets, etc 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
bedding, towels, etc 

Merriden Britannia Co., table 
ware 

Military Hospital Commission 
Industries, bed springs, 
165.00; settees, 88.00 

Mills Hardware Co., drawer 
pulls 

Morden, F. D., reading lamp . . 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., crockeryware, 
57.25; carpets, 237.10 

National Committee for Mental 
Hygiene, subscription to 
magazine 

Nelson, T., & Sons, encyclopedias 

Northern Aluminum Co., alum- 
inum ware 

Northern Electric Co., tungsten 
lamps 

Ontario Show Case Co., show 
case 

Parker, A., & Son, dyeing cur- 
tains 

Parker's Dye Works, Ltd., dye- 
ing 

Riddell, J. E., & Son, repairs 
to range and refrigerators . . 

Robinson, G. W., & Co., dry 
goods, 323.40; crockery, glass- 
ware, etc., 19.34 

Ross Stove Co., "Happy 
Thought" range, 62.00; pipe, 
95c 

Shell Bar Boico Co., Ltd., boico 

Simpson, R., Co.. Ltd., vacuum 
cleaner, 66.00: rugs, 175.00 .. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
Ltd., machine repairs, etc... 

Souter, A. M., & Co., bedroom 
furniture, etc 

Temple-Pattison Co., Ltd., rub- 
ber mat 

Thompson, J. R., photo mats.. 

Toronto-Hamilton Electric Co., 
batteries 

Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 
electric heater 



143 

2 

21 


50 
55 
00 


534 


00 


140 


74 


994 02 


36 
1 


00 

85 


65 92 


3,481 


63 


6 


40 



253 00 

80 
6 50 

294 35 



2 
10 


00 
00 


122 


98 


500 


75 


104 00 


4 

1 
13 


25 
50 



14 82 



342 74 



62 
57 


95 
10 


241 


00 


26 02 


52 


50 


13 00 
3 00 


1 


25 


6 


50 



182 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued, 
Hospital for Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Live stock, vehicles and farm implements.— Cont.nued. 



Turnbull Elevator Co., elevator 

repairs 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., oil ... 
Walker Auto Supply Co., Ltd., 

auto supplies 

Watkins, T, C, Ltd., sundry 

dry goods 

Wells, J., dental chair, 125.00; 

dental cabinet, . 35.00 160 00 



9 70 

30 87 

54 40 
93 04 



Wilkinson & Kompass, webbing, 

etc 40 85 

Wilson, J. T., clock and watch 

repairs 49 50 

Wood, Alexander & James, 

hardware 156 21 

Wood, Vallance & Co., hardware 168 37 
Woolworth, F. W., Co., Ltd., 

paper doylies 90 

Wright, F. B., lock repairs 1 50 



Live stock, vehicles and farm implements ($2,396.59) 

Automobile Tire Co. of Hamil- , Guild, L. R., setting eggs 100 00 

ton, auto supplies 113 83 Holstein-Friesian Association of 

Brethen, G. A., holstein heifers 460 75 Canada, registrations 13 50 

Brethour, J. E., & Nephews, International Harvester Co. of 

,boar 75 00 Canada, Ltd., gang plow, 

Brocklehurst, E., trav. expenses 171.00; disc harrow and 

taking chickens to Brockville 15 15 attachments, 120.75 291 75 

Bruce, J. A., & Co., brooders, Poultry Dept. O.A.C., setting 

aut6 sprays, etc '. . . 250 00 eggs 195 00 

Can. Express Co., charges ... 12 29 Renfrew Machinery Co., Ltd., 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. 2 24 grain crusher and hopper ... 51 30 

Dawson, T. A., heifer . .*. 130 00 Richards, C, wheel for pulper 15 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges ... 1 04 Siberian Fur Farm, sows 461 24 

Gillett Farm, incubators 120 00 . Wood, Alexander & James, 

Gooderham, Gordon A., setting motor parts 4 50 

eggs 84 00 



Hospital for Insane, Kingston. 



Salaries ($45,160.35) 

E. Ryan, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent, allowance on 

military leave 1,511 94 

do Arrears of salary, 1916-17 ?°0 95 

W. K. Ross, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Asst. Superintendent 1,700 00 

C. C. Hodgins: do Bursar 1. POO 00 

E. Thompson : do Clerk 750 00 

E. Dawson: Eleven do Stenographer 385 00 

R. S. Graham: Twelve do Storekeeper 1,400 00 

A. Mclver : . do Laundryman 750 00 

J. Veale: Ten do Baker 666 00 

T. W. McCammon : Two do do 134 00 

J. E. Noble: Twelve do Engineer 1,000 00 

J.Lambert: do Asst. Engineer 710 00 

E. Berrigan: Ten do Electrical Engineer 541 00 

F. D. Nicholson : Twelve do Carpenter 800 00 

William Edgar : do Painter 750 00 

Hugh Derry : do Mason " 850 00 

J. Gillespie: do Asst. Mason 650 00 

P. Doyle: One and one-quarter do Farmer 76 75 

A.Becker: Twelve: do Gardener 565 00 

W. E. Weller : do do 565 00 

Chief Attendants, Attendants and Nurses : 20,907 10 

Domestic Help : 3,540 55 

Stokers: 2,827 06 

Temporary Assistance : 45 00 

Farm Hands: 1,915 00 



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183 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 



Adams, P., canned salmon, 400 
doz. at 2.25 

Alarie, W. F. f repairs to vehicles 

Allen, R. J., apples, 3 bbls. at 
2.75 

Anderson Bros., chicken, 42% 
lbs. at 30c, 4214 lbs. at 32c, 
10 lbs. at 40c; sausage, 5 lbs. 
at 15c, 9 lbs. at 28c, 6 lbs. 
at 35c; cheese, 174 lbs. at 
26c, 81 lbs. at 28c; turkey, 
954 lbs. at 35c; bacon, 75 
lbs. at 38c, 26M lbs. at 40c; 
geese, 160 lbs. at 25c; eggs, 
390 doz. at 48c, 180 doz. at 
50c, 60 doz. at 53c, 60 doz. 
at 55c, 240 doz, at 58c; lamb 
and veal, 60% lbs. at 30c, 
135% lbs. at 32c, 19% lbs. 
at 33c, 54% lbs. at 35c, 24% 
lbs. at 40c, 38% lbs. at 45c. . 

Anglin, S., & Co., coal, 2 tons 
750 lbs. at 11.50; oars, 3 prs. 
at 1.50 .: 

Ashby, W. J., chickens, 1 pr. at 
1.75; trav. expenses, 3.00 ... 

Asselstine. J. S., glasses. 1 pr. 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., wyandotte soda, 
5,600 lbs. at 4.02 cwt, 2.800 
lbs. at 4.12. 840 lbs. at 4.27.. 

Bailey Broom Co., curling 
brooms. iy 2 doz. at 9.00; sun- 
dries, 25c 

Baker, W. J., repairs to billiard 
table 

Bateman, G. A., customs entry 
fee 

Bedard, L., services as organist 

Bell Teleohone Co., rental of 
instruments, 197.00; messages, 
39.80 

Bbnd, S.. blueberries, 20 pails 
at 1.65 

British Whig Pub. Co., Ltd., 
advertising 

Bunt, J. B., & Co., hammer. 1 
at 1.00; wrench, 2.25; saw. 
2.25; imnlement parts, 8.96; 
snow shovels, 12 at 75c; 
brushes, 6 at 65c; sundries, 
2.00 

Canada Customs, dutv chareres 

Canada Home Made Preserving 
& Pickline; Co., marmalade, 
100 P«i1s at 4 80 

Can. Express Co., charges . . . 

Can. Nor. Fxoress Co., charees 

Can. 0'1 Co.'s Ltd., gasoline, 
10 gals, at 37c 

C. P. Rv. Co.. freieht chareres.. 

C. P. Rv. Co.'s Tel., messages 

Cataraqui Cemtery Co., inter- 
ments 



Expenses ($100,129.40) 

Chown, A. P., drugs, chemicals, 



900 00 
3 41 

8 25 



1,119 66 



31 81 



4-75 
7 00 



376 35 





70 


26 


25 
00 


236 


80 


33 


00 


3 


58 



29 


36 


3 


51 


480 


00 


106 


52 


18 


77 


3 


70 


33 83 


4 


02 



50 00 



etc 343 12 

City Dairy, skim milk, 63,800 
lbs. at 30c cwt., 3,400 lbs. at 
35c, 4,860 lbs. at 50c 227 60 

Clubb Coffee Co., coffee, 25 lbs. 
at 22c; tins, 75c 6 25 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 2 cases 
at 22.50 45 00 

Consumers' Cordage Co., Ltd., 
cord, 300 lbs. at 28c; less 
freight, 1.01 82 99 

Crawford & Walsh, coat 15 00 

Crawford, Jas., apples, 1 bus... . 2 25 

Crothers' King Street Bakery, 
oranges, 6 cases at 5.25; 
lemons, 1 case, 6.50, 1 case, 
7.00, 1 case 8.00 53 00 

Crothers, W. J., Co., mixed nuts, 
100 lbs. at 25c; biscuits, 42 
lbs. at 30c, 32 lbs. at 32c, 
24 lbs. at 34c, 23 lbs. at 36c,- 
170 lbs. at 37c, 120 lbs. at 
41c; oranges, 2 cases at 11.50; 
broken biscuits, 138 lbs. at 
7c, 79 lbs. at 8c; lemons, 1 
case at 8.00, 1 case at 13.00; 
chocolates, 750 lbs. at 20c, 
5-12 doz. at 4.00 378 41 

Cudahy Packing Co., cleanser, 

300 lbs. at 5c 15 00 

Dalton, W. B., & Sons, Ltd., 
hockey sticks, 1 doz. at 5.50; 
staples, 1 keg at 6.25; leather, 
55 lbs. at 65c, 21 lbs. at 45c; 
lead pencils, 5 gro. at 1.10; 
curling stone handles, 3 prs. 
at 2.65; iron hardware, etc, 
28.43; kitchen supplies, 70.20; 
paint, oils, etc., 65.97 235 00 

Daly, O. W., dental services . . 1 00 

Day, H. J., straw, 19 tons 1,190 
lbs. at 7.00 137 16 

Day, H. W., pickles, 10 qts. at 
40c; trav. expenses, 4.35 ... 8 35 

Davidson, J., trav. expenses, 
8.00; admission fee of patients 
to fair, 2.75 10 75 

Dolan, M. J., harness repairs 
and supplies, 89.55; blankets, 
6 at 3.50 110 55 

Dom. Express Co., charges 32 62 

Dom. Fish Co., Ltd., fish, 12,255 
lbs. at 10c, 35 lbs. at 12c, 60 
lbs. at 14c, 2,295 lbs. at 15c, 
695 lbs. at 16c, 160 lbs. at 
17c, 60 lbs. at 18c, 199y 2 lbs. 
at 20c, 100 lbs. at 23c, 4 lbs. 
at 25c, 5 lbs. at 30c; oysters, 
1 qt. at 70c, 1 qt. at 90c; 
chicken, 7y 2 lbs. at 38c 1,801 40 

Drawbridge, F., trav. expenses 5 75 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 

Expense*.— Continued. 

Duff, Jos., magpie syrup, 3 gals. 264 lbs. at 92c, 52 y 2 lbs. at 

at 1.90 6 70 95c, 420 lbs. at 96c; beans, 

Duffy, W. J., inspecting scales 2 75 20 bus. at 6.50, 17 bus.. 44 lbs. 

Duncan, A., livery hire 6 00 at 7.35; prunes, 2,000 lbs. at 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Ltd., toilet 13%c, 200 lbs. at 15^c; 

paper, 12 cases at 13.70; vinegar, 40 gals, at 35c, 211 

matches, 4 cases at 4.60, 2 gals, at 38c; rice, 750 lbs. at 

cases at 4.90, 1 case at 13.10, 6c, 1,000 lbs. at 8.18 cwt., 

2 cases at 13.30; paper bags, 1,400 lbs. at 10c; canned 

37.30; wrapping paper, 33.09; fruit, 32 doz. at 2.10; canned 

sundries, 43c; less discount, vegetables, 2 doz. at 1.75, 10 

55.44 247 68 doz. at 2.55, 2% cases at 12.00; 

Farmers' Feed Co., Ltd., grain, starch, 500 lbs. at 8c, 320 lbs. 

38,200 lbs. at 1.75 cwt 668 50 at 9c, 1,120 lbs. at 10%c, 

Fenwick, Hendry & Co., nut- 300 lbs. at 12c; currants, 56 

megs, 5 lbs. at 45c; evapor- lbs. at 26c; molasses, 1 keg 

ated fruits, 500 lbs. at 16^c; at 5.40, y 2 bbl. at 35.96; 

sapolio, 6 doz. at 1.20, 12 doz. raisins, 216 lbs. at 12c, 496 

at 1.25, 3 cases at 3.60, 2 lbs. at 15c, 100 lbs. at 17c; 

cases at 3.75; bon ami, 1 jelly powders, 36 doz. at 1.05, 

case at 3.75; parowax, %y 3 24 doz. at 1.15, 12 doz. at 1.25, 

boxes at 1.25, 200 lbs. at 16c, 12 doz. at 1.30; marmalade, 

100 lbs. at 16%c; shoe polish, 2 doz. at 2.^85; jam, 900 lbs. 

12 doz. at 85c, 3 doz. at 90c, at 16c, 900 lbs. at 17c; 

12 doz. at 1.15; salt, 2 bags flavoring extracts, 12 doz. at 

at 1.65, 10 bags at 2.15, 10 95c, 6 doz. at 1.15; shoe 

bags at 3.45, 6 bbls. at 2.85, brushes, 2 doz. at 2.60; rub- 

6 bbls. at 3.10, 1 bbl. at 4.45; ber rings, 2 gro. at 80c; floor 

spices, 5 lbs. at 30c, 10 lbs. wax, 2 doz. at 14.40; mop 

at 38c; sugar, 243 lbs. at handles, 1 doz. at 1.80; pepper, 

8.74 cwt., 1,000 lbs. at 9.49, 5 lbs. at 38c, 60 lbs. at 44c; 

800 lbs. at 9.79, 200 lbs. at brasso, 4 doz. at 1.00, 6 doz. 

10.00; sauces, 2 doz. at 1.00, at 1.80; curry powder, 10 lbs. 

1 doz. at 1.90, 2 doz. at 2.40; at 45c; canned salmon, 40 
nuts, 5 lbs. at 65c, 5 lbs. at doz. at 2.40; washboards, 1 
70c; mustard, 8 jars at 1.80, doz. at 3.50; baking powder, 
10 jars at 2.10; barley, 200 1 case, 15.65; lye, 6 -cases at 
lbs. at 6c, 200 lbs. at 6%c, 4.85; cocoa, 6 doz. at 2.40, 
200 lbs. at 6%c, 100 lbs. at * 18 lbs. at 41c; pickles, 4 doz. 
7c; syrup, 3,753 lbs. at 7 1 ,4c, at 2.40; cream of tartar, 5 
3,808 lbs. at 7 1 / £c; cocoanut, lbs. at 90c; cinnamon, 10 lbs. 

5 lbs. at 28c, 5 lbs. at 35c, at 35c; sundries, 14.85 4,895 58 

5 lbs. at 38c, 5 lbs. at 40c; Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 1,201% 

metal polish, 2 iloz. at 60c, bus. at 1.35; less discount, 

4 5-6 doz. at 62%c, 3 doz. at 42.50 1,579 53 

1.05; cereals 14 cases at 3.00, Fleischmann Co., yeast, 153 

2 cases at 3.40; tea, 80 lbs. at lbs at 30c 45 90 
23c, 70 lbs. at 27c; clay pipes, Freeman, D.', maple' syrup," 88 

f ? X /n S ? V' 10; * S( ??A 2 b i XGS g als - at i- 75 ' eggs, 80 doz. at 

?LM°' 1 ?°on at 6 Vn^° ffee ; 42c, 60 doz. at 43c; seed 

100 lbs. at 30c 100 lbs at potatoes, 108 bags at 2.00 . . 429 40 

35c; cornmeal, 2 bags at 6.50, ^.^ ' , ^ 

2 bags at 6.60, 4 bags at 7.00, Glb f on ' J?" evergreens, 3 loads 

2 bags at 7.15, 2 bags at 7.25, at 250 7 60 

2 bags at 7.40; matches, 1% Gilmour Bros., & Co., malted 

cases at 4.90; tobacco, 17 lbs. milk > 25 lbs. at 40c 10 00 

at 42y 2 c, 36 lbs. at 46%c, 8 Gilmour, W., repairs to vehicles 71 05 

lbs. at 47^c, 12 lbs. at 51c, Good, Wm., apples, 30 bbls. at 

8 lbs. at 52 7-10c, 7 lbs. at 2.75, 16 bbls. at 3.00 130 50 

5514c, 12 lbs. at 574^c, 48 G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges . . 110 44 

lbs. at 59V 2 c, 7y 2 lbs. at G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages .. . 7 06 

62 9-lOc, 204 lbs. at 64c, 84 Guild & Hanson, city directories, 

lbs. at 65c, 463% lbs. at 70c, 2 copies 7 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 



Hamilton Hospital for Insane, 
mangle seed, 40 lbs. at 70c; 
young chickens, 250 at 50c. . . 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., eggs, 
1,791 doz. at 49c; butter, 
10,540 lbs. at 37.70 cwt, 224 
lbs. at 46c, 2,924 lbs. at 48.20 
cwt.; cheese, 853 lbs. at 24c; 
oleomargarine, 56 lbs. at 31c, 
5,954% lbs. at 31 ^c; express 
charges, 48c 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Hemming, Marie L., services as 
organist 

Henderson, J. R., pickles, 1 doz. 
at 3.40; scrub brushes, 6 doz. 
at 1.75; bananas, 1 bun. at 
3.00, 1 bun. at 3.15, 1 bun. at 
4.25; salt, 6 bbls. at 2.85; 
grapes, 70 bas. at 33c; coffee, 
155 lbs. at 30c; pipes, 3 boxes 
at 1.90; cornstarch, 240 lbs. 
at lie, 320 lbs. at 12^4c; 
flavoring extracts, 6 doz. at 
1.00; nuts, 15 lbs. at 75c; 
oranges, 1 case at 5.00, 1 case 
at 7.75; raisins, 100 lbs. at 
16%c; cocoanut, 5 lbs. at 34c, 

5 lbs. at 35c, 4 lbs. at 36c; 
lemon peel, 7 lbs. at 40c; 
paraffine wax, 100 lbs. at 
15% c; ginger, 10 lbs. at 35c; 
10 lbs. at 38c; cranberries, 
20 qts. at 23c; floor polish, 
1 doz. at 5.20; shaving soap, 

6 doz. at 75c; cider, 6 gals, 
at 45c; brasso, 6 doz. at 
2.25; candles, 2 boxes at 
60c; marmalade, 2 doz. at 
2.15; jelly powders, 12 doz. 
at 1.05; jam, 900 lbs. at 14%c, 
900 lbs. at 17c; cereals, 4 doz. 
at 1.50; cornmeal, 2 bags at 
7.35; bi-carb soda, 1 keg, 3.75; 
pepper, 20 lbs. at 38c; sun- 
dries, 8.20 

Hendry, J. A., twine, 5 lbs. at 
45c, 10 lbs. at 65c 

Hoag, Frank J., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc, 146.46; hairbrushes, 
6 doz. at 6.50 

Hodgins, C. C, trav. expenses 

Hughson, E., interments 

Hunter, John, trav. expenses . . 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., oils, 

grease, etc 

' Ingram & Bell, Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Invalided Soldiers' Commission 
Industries, tea fannings, 1,040 
lbs. at 15c 

Jackson Press, Ltd., printing . . 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Jennings, H., rubbers, 25 prs. at 
1.00; shoes, 2 prs. at 2.00, 6 
153 00 prs. at 2.50, 17 prs. at 3.50.. 103 50 

Johnston, Geo., apples, 6 bus. at 

1.00 6 00 

Journal Printing Co., advertis- 
ing 2 50 

Kingston P. & C. Electric Ry. 

Co., car tickets • 15 00 

Lazenby, M., eggs, 2 doz. at 

8,461 94 47c, 9 doz. at 50c 5 44 

Lindsay, C. W., tuning pianos 8 50 

303 55 Lipman, B., shirts, 7 at 1.25, 12 

at 1.00; socks, 2 doz. at 3.25, 
17 00 4 doz. at 5.00; handkerchiefs, 

12 doz. at 1.50 65 25 

McAuley, Thos., stationery, 
80.55; subscriptions to sundry 
newspapers and periodicals, 

110.25 190 80 

McConnell, Loretta, trav. ex- 
penses 43 25 

McDonald, Rev. Father, eggs, 45 
doz. at 45c, 39 doz. at 50c, 

2V 2 doz. at 52c 41 06 

McFarlane, J. A., flour, 200 lbs. 

at 7.15 cwt 14 30 

McGlynn, Jas., oats, 70 bus. at 

85c 59 50 

McRae, W. R., & Co., apples, 

20 bbls. at 5.00, 1 bbl. at 5.50 105 50 
Macnee & Minnes, caps, 1 doz. 
at 5.00, 1 doz. at 6.50, 1 doz. 
at 8.50; soap, 12 doz. at 48c; 
tooth brushes, 10 doz. at 1.75; 
„ repp, 30 yds. at 55c; trousers, 
200 prs. at 3.00, 54 prs. at 
3.25, 3 doz. prs. at 22.00; 
overalls, y 6 doz. at 32.00; ties, 
3 doz. at 2.50, 9 doz. at 4.50; ' 
basting spools, ^ gro. at 39.00; 
hose, 9 doz. at 2.75, 16 doz. 
at 3.50, 5 doz. at 3.75, 11 doz. 
at 4.00, 14 doz. at 4.50, 7 doz. 
at 4.75, 5 doz. at 6.50; scrim, 
72% yds. at 37y 2 c; mitts, 6 
633 94 doz. at 4.25, 4 doz. at 4.75, 1 

doz. at 7.50, 1 doz. at 9.50; 
8 75 shirting, 159% yds. at 40c, 

168% yds. at 45c; basting 
cotton, 1-12 gro. at 26.52; 
185 46 needles, 4.50; handkerchiefs, 

21 10 2 doz. at 55c, 1 doz. at 60c, 

151 50 3 doz. at 65c, 2 doz. at 1.00, 

2 25 1 doz. at 1.10, 3 doz. at 1.25, 

2% doz. at 2.25; thread, 4 
95 32 gro. at 7.98; combs, 12 doz. 

at 1.10, 12 doz. at 1.25, 6 doz. 
216 43 at 1.65, 1 doz. at 2.00; 

sweaters, V 2 doz. at 29.00; but- 
tons, 2 gro. at 95c, 1 gro. at 
156 00 3.00; shirts, 2 doz. at 12.00, 

29 50 1 doz. at 17.00; sateen, 50 yds. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospita* for Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 

at 18%c„ 50 yds. at 22%C, 1 at 2.00, 1 at 2.25; nurses' 

150 yds. at 25c, 50 yds. at cloth, 68 yds. at 35c; skirts, 

30c; underwearf, 6 doz. at 1 at 5.5fr; hose, 4 prs. at 39c; 

7.20; corsets, M doz. at 6.50, pique, 9 yds. at 50c; dress 

1% doz. at 9.00; smocks, y b goods, 7 yds. at 1.25; lawn, 

doz. at 32.00; canvas, 100 yds. 47 yds. at 25c; sundries, 7.61 71 11 

at 19y 2 c, 49 yds. at 32y 2 c, Nicholls, Dr. W., veterinary 

50 yds. at 37%c. ; socks, 17 services 28 25 

doz. at 3.25, 42 doz. at 3.50; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 

braces, 12 doz. at 3.00, 6 doz. chloride of lime, 4,240 lbs. 

at 4.50, 4 doz. at 5.20, 1 doz. at 4c 169 60 

at 9.50, 11-12 doz. at 12.50; O'Connor, T. J., blouses, 6 at 

silesia, 42% yds. at 35c; - 98c, 2 at 1.98; underskirts, 

shoe laces, 9 gro. at 1.50; 8 at 1.25; sundries, 1.08 20 92 

7 gro. at. 1.75, 6 gro. at Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 

2.00, 3 gro. at 2.25; scarfs, rolled oats, 10 bags at 6.30, 

y 2 doz. at 9.00; pins, 1 gro. at Vj bbl. at 9.60, 44 y 2 bbls. at 

5.40, 1 gro. at 6.50, 8 doz. at 10.80; flour, 10 bbls. at 10.80. 

25c, 6 doz. at 60c, 6 doz. at 544 bbls. at 10.95; bran, 15 

65c; ribbon, 36 yds. at 12y 2 c; tons at 35.00; shorts, 17 tons 

mending wool, 1 lb. at 2.50; at 40.00 7,818 20 

sheeting, 40 yds. at 56%c; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 

cotton, 323 y 2 yds. at 19%c, jellied hock, 41 lbs. at 15c; 

360 yds. at 2iy>c, 329y A yds. lard compound, 300 lbs. at 

at 24c, 66 yds. at 30c; oil- 19y 2 c, 300 lbs. at 20c, 700 lbs. 

cloth, 48 yds. at 65c, 5 pieces at 26c; pork, 400 lbs. at 30c; 

at 5.25; tweed, 300 yds. at brawn, 119 lbs. at 22c; lamb, 

1.50, 76y 2 yds. at 1.95; lining,* 126 lbs. at 22c, 221 lbs. at 

41 yds. at 70c; tape, 6 boxes 28c; corn beef, 400 lbs. at 

at 1.45; gingham, 163 y 2 yds. 18c; beef loaf, 98 lbs. at 25c; 

21%c, 149% yds. at 25c; beans, 10 bags at 7.00; beef, 

sundries, 2.40 3,245 08 400 lbs. at 15c, 1,399 lbs. at 

Mahood Bros., crepe, 3 doz. at 16y>c, 6,967 lbs. at 17c, 1,900 

90c; sundries, 2.38 5 08 lbs. at 17%c, 1,910 lbs. at 

Ma.ple Leaf Milling Co., flour, 18c, 319 lbs. at 18y 2 c, 2,202 

535 bags at 4.45; bran, 5,500 lbs. at 19y 2 c, 3,526 lbs. at 

lbs. at 1.60 cwt.; shorts, 5,500 20c; 2,252 lbs. at 20y 2 c, 293 

lbs. at 1.75 cwt 2,565 00 lbs. at 22c, 825 lbs. at 22y 2 c, 

Marrison, G. E., photographs.. 21 00 1,369 lbs. at 23y 2 c, 3,376 lbs. 

Marshall, H. W., wax, 9 lbs. at 24c, 899 lbs. at 24V 2 c, 2,507 

at 45c, 23y 2 lbs. at 50c 15 80 lbs. at 25c, 283 1 lbs. at 26c, 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 1.519 lbs. at 27c; bacon, 215 

shirts, 150 at 1.05, 144 at lbs. at 38c; 100 lbs. at 39c, 

1.04, 156 at 1.08, 200 at 1.09, 205 lbs. at 40c, 361 lbs. at 41c, 

12 at 1.10, 108 at 1.21, 12 at 100 lbs. at at 42c; tongue, 

1.29, 100 at 1.73; drawers, 412 lbs. at 23c, 95 lbs. at 

37 prs. at 1.10; cotton, 353 y 2 25c, 316 lbs. at 26c, 210 

yds. at 14y,c, 302y 2 yds. at lbs. at 27c; ham, 76 lbs. 

20c, 316 y 2 yds. at 40c; flan- at 23c, 1,000 lbs. at 25y 2 c, 

nelette, 276 yds. at 16% c; 200 lbs. at 26y 2 c, 400 lbs. at 

shirting, 282% yds. at 21c, 27c, 427 lbs. at 27y 2 c, 1,717 

531 yds. at 29y 2 c; overalls, lbs. at 28c, 1,200 lbs. at 28y 2 c, 

36 prs. at 1.95, 36 prs. at 2.22; 584 lbs. at 29c, 507 lbs. at 

stockings, 240 prs. at 34c; 30c, 825 lbs. at 31c, 240 lbs. 

nightshirts, 120 at 95c, 156 at at 32c, 80 lbs. at 33c, 178 

1.00, 84 at 1.48; bathrobes, lbs. at 35c, 160 lbs. at 37%c; 

36 at 3.02; flannelette, 302 yds. headcheese, 1,165 lbs. at 13c, 

at 17c, 404 yds. at 18c, 462% 766 lbs. at 13V 2 c, 740 lbs. at 

yds. at 20c; sundries, 38c... 2,518 37 14c; lard, 200 lbs. at 29c, 

Meyer Bros., stationery 35 00 700 lbs. at 31c; mutton, 58 

Mitchell, W. A., hardware sun- lbs. at 23c; black pudding, 

dries 4 30 48 lbs. at 15c; bologna, 1,855 

Newman & Shaw, gingham, 8 lbs. at 15c; brooms, 36 doz. 

yds. at 18c; dresses, 1 at 1.95, at 4.25; whisks, 3 doz. at 



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187 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 

2.65; boots, 162 prs. at 2.40, 7.50, 2 cases at 8.00, 7 cases at 

45 iprs. at 2.45, 64 prs. at 2.60; 8.25, 1 case at 8.50, 2 cases at 

sundries, 106.64; less credits, 9.00, 2 cases at 9.50, 2 cases at 

445.47 11,488 31 10.00; lemons, 1 case at 5.50, 

Ontario School for the Deaf, 4 cases at 6.50, 1 case at 7.00, 

apples, 25 bbls. at 2.00 50 00 1 case at 7.50, 1 case at 8.00, 

Parkhill.& Co., cheese, 88 lbs. 3 cases at 8.50, 1 case at 9.00 381 75 

at 25c, 90 lbs. at 26c; pota- Re id, Allan M., boots, 1 pr. at ' 

toes, 50 bags at 2.35; eggs, 2.50, 1 pr. at 3.00, 3 prs. at 

120 doz. at 44c, 60 doz. at 3.50, l pr . at 4.00, 1 pr. at 

46c, 60 doz. at 47c, 60 doz. 45 0> 2 prs. at 5.00; rubber 

at 52c 302 70 boots, 2 prs. at 5.00 44 50 

Pathescope of Canada, Ltd., Renfrew Mercury, advertising. . 180 

la f m fif' 2 ^n X nn at 3 "*° ; TG ^ 1 an m Richardson, G. W., pears, 20 bus. 

of films, 60.00; postage, 10c 67 10 at 2 00 40 00 

Pa o U L W , m ; J " pi Sf S, iK 2 d ? Z ; ?n ac nn Rigne y ; Jas." W./ aYconol,' ' 1 "&\ 8 50 

3.00; tobacco 25 lbs. at 1.20 66 00 Ro 8 ber tson Grocery Co., pot bar- 
Pembroke Standard, advertising 5 00 , 1 , b at n ^ ^ 5 b 

TiTihf' ,f d rn, mangle b ankGt> «7 «n at 9 - 00 « molasses, 10 lbs. at 

pIILI % a /'n o« 57c; salt, 1 bbl. at 5.40; 

™«~\* *fn 98 ' S ° a ?'^? *n« «n raisins > 150 lb *- at 14c, 100 

cases at 5.40, 28 cases at 5.55 306 60 lb t lg evaporated fruits , 

Ion w ^^ See L C °u ° atS ; 400 lbs. at 17c 167 10 

100 bus. at 80c, 600 bus. at w ■ A ^ T . . „ m . , L 

95c, 300 bus. at 1.05, 79 bus. Rockport Navigation Co., freight 

at 1.35, 1,100 lbs. at 3.20 cwt., „ charges . 13 38 

1 ton at 57.00, 1 ton at 62.00, Roney & Co., caps, 3 doz. at 

6 tons at 64.00; barley, 3 bus 600 ' 6 doz - at 1200 ' x doz - at 
at 1.60, 5 bus. at 2.80; flour, 1800 ' ties - 26 doz - at 3 - 00; 
4 bbls. at 8.00, 2 bbls. at 6.25; gloves, 2 doz. at 9.00, 1 doz. 
wheat, 5 bus. at 2.25; buck- at 12 - 00 ' straw hats > 10 at 
wheat, 1 bus. at 1.80; chicken 2 - 50 ' braces, 4 doz. at 3.00; 
feed, 100 lbs. at 5.75 cwt; collars, 15 doz. at 2.00; hand- 
oyster shell, 100 lbs. at 1.10 • kerchiefs, 9 doz. at 1.00, 6 
cwt.; Tillson's feed, 1,000 lbs. doz - at L50 ' x doz - at 2 - 00; 
at 3.00 cwt.; turnip seed, 6 socks « 1? -doz. at 1.75, 13 doz. 

lbs. at 1.50; corn, 1 bus at at 2 - 00 i 358 75 

2.00, 4 bus. at 2.30; seed pota- Sanitary Milk Co., milk, 2,650 

toes, 60 bags at 2.75, 4 bags lbs - at 20c - cwt 5 30 

at 3.00; straw, 10 tons 1,315 Sargent, T. H., medical supplies 5 20 

lbs. at 9.00, 1 ton 120 lbs at Sawyer, W. A., felt slippers, 40 

10.00 ' . . 2 026 77 prs - at 1 - 50 60 00 

Peters, W. P., oats, 100 bus. at Sears » B -> trav - expenses, 17.90; 

*.05; ground oats, 1 ton at admission of patients to fair, 

64.00; corn flour, 2 bags at 6 - 00 23 90 

7.50; corn, 4 bus. at 1.90; rye, Simmers, J. A., seeds 47 50 

7 bus. at 2.85; grain, 10 bus. Simmons Bros., shoe thread, 3 
at 1.90; grinding oats, 2,300 lbs. at 1.95; wax, 24 tins at 
lbs. at 15c cwt.; seeds, 2.30 236 30 50c; carpet sweepers, 2 at 

Portsmouth Public School Board, 3.25; Gillette razor, 4.50; 

allowance 100 00 razor blades, 190 doz. at 85c; 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 300 00 nail brushes, 3 doz. at 45c ; 

Potter, Mrs. A., sundry dry shaving brushes, 1 doz. at 

goods 2 11 4.00; wire baskets, 2 at 1.25; 

Proctor & Gamble Distributing . barbers' shears, V 2 doz. at 

Co. of Canada, Ltd., soap 15.00; rubber hose, 200 ft. at 

flakes, 3,668 lbs. at 16^0. .. 605 23 20c; clippers, 2 prs. at 3.75: 

Puccini, A., & Co., Ltd., broken razor, 1 at 5.00; mop, 1 at 

macaroni, 1,466 lbs. at 9iic. . 135 61 1.50; scythes, 2 at 1.50; 

Queen's University Orchestra, brushes, 1 doz. at 6.00; wyan- 

services 130 00 dotte soda, 4 bbls. at 15.00, 

Rees Bros., oranges, 5 cases at 2 bbls. at 15.50, 1 bbl. at 

5.25, 6 cases at 5.50, 1 case at 15.75; iron hardware, etc, 

6.50, 1 case at 7.00, 5 cases at 12.60; kitchen supplies, 31.05 419 10 



188 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Kingston. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Sloan, S., apples, 52 bus. at 
1.00, 20 bus. at 1.25 

Southcott, Q. V. F., subscription 
to sundry newspapers, 20.00; 
eggs, 90 doz. at 42c, 300 doz. 
at 43c, 60 doz. at 45c, 90 doz. 
at 48c, 300 doz. at 50c, 30 
doz. at 52c 

Soward, Jas., coal, 4,146 tons 
1,900 lbs. at 7.90, 262 tons 
1,600 lbs. at 8.70, 255 tons 500 
lbs. at 9.50, 81 tons at 10.00; 
wood, 1 cord at 12.00; coke, 
700 lbs. at 15.00 ton 38 

Spence, J. C, repairs to imple- 
ments 

Standard Printing & Pub. Co., 
Ltd., printing, 12.00; adver- 
tising, 15.70 

Steacy's Ltd., dry goods sundries 

Steele Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds, bulbs, etc 

St. Mary's Cemetery, interments 

Sutherland, J. H., & Bros., slip- 
pers, 18 prs. at 1.10; boots, 1 
pr. at 3.50; leather, 76^ lbs. 
at 68c; sundries, 7.09 

Taugher, Jas. J., general black- 
smithing 



77 00 



422 60 



299 


36 


7 


00* 


27 
8 


70 
12 


249 
23 


52 
00 


82 


41 


235 94 



Taylor & Hamilton, corn scrubs, 
62 at 9c; saw, 1 at 1.00; 
hoes, 1 doz. at 8.50; sheep 
shears, 2 prs. at 1.50; snow 
shovels, 1 doz. at 9.00; rubber 
hose, 100 ft. at 22c; sundries, 
75c 

Templeton & Son, printing 

Treadgold Sporting Goods Co., 
sporting goods 

Truedell, John, threshing oats. 

Tweed Advocate, advertising .. 

Uglow, R., & Co., stationery . . . 

Waldron, R„ hose, 4 prs. at 50c; 
collars, 1 doz. at 1.80; linen, 
2 yds. at 1.25; cuffs, Y 2 doz. 
at 2.40; aprons, 1 doz. at 1.50; 
sundries, 60c : 

Warwick Bros., cleaning and 
dyeing curtains 

Watson, T., maple syrup, 90 gals, 
at 1.75 

Westerbeck & Klyn, seeds, bulbs, 
etc 

Westlake, Wm. B., gasoline, 5 
gals, at 37c 

White, W. J. B., typewriter 
ribbons 

Woolworth, F. W., Co., Christ- 
mas decorations 



Maintenance and repairs of all buildings, roads, walks, grounds and ferces (23, '22.28! 



Anglin, iS., & Co., lumber 1 

Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., 
freight charges 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co., freight 
charges 

Dalton, W. B., & Sons, Ltd., 
paints, oil, glass, etc 

Dominion Paving and Contract- 
ing Co., Ltd., carbolite carbo- 
lineum 

Drury, Wm., lime 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges. . 

Keeble, John B., & Co., paint, 
oils, etc 

Lemmon & Sons, tile, pipe, etc. 

Marshall's Hardware, keys 



,057 


22 


3 


94 


9 


81 


683 


17 


33 

10 

5 


75 
00 
45 


148 50 

99 95 

1 00 



Martin Senour Co., Ltd., paint . 

Military Hospitals Commission 
Industries, lumber 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
paint, 322.50; shingles, 85.00; 
hog troughs, 22.00; less cred- 
its, 44.70 

Pilkington Bros., Ltd., glass . . 

Pyke Towing & Salvage Co., 
sand 

Simmons Bros., glass, 6.00; 
hardware supplies, 174.19; 
paint, oils, etc., 3.80; repairs 
to buildings, 221.66 

Smith Bros., ceiling hooks 

Taylor-Hamilton, repairing roof 



49 


83 


3 


00 




75 


60 


00 


1 


50 


49 


00 



9 


60 


9 


00 


157 


50 


26 


10 


1 


85 


8 


25 


4 


20 






227 


50 


62 


46 


394 


80 


26 


25 



125 00 



405 65 
20 00 

7 83 



Maintenance and repair of plumbing, steam and electric plants, including engineers' supplies ($4,227.55) 



American-La France Fire En- 
gine Co., Ltd., ladders 74 25 

Angrove, T. B., lathe rest 1 50 

Armstrong, F., Co., Ltd., plumb- 
ing supplies 125 08 

Baines & Peckover, wheelbar- 
rows 24 60 

Blakeslee, G. S., & Co., Ltd., 
beater for masher creamer ... 14 76 

Boiler Repair and Grade Bar 
Co., repairs and replacements 266 15 



Bunt, J. B., & Co., engineers' 

supplies 

Burrow, Stewart & Milne Co., 

Ltd., scales 

Canadian Fairbanks-Mojse Co., 

Ltd., repairs to motor 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville 

Co., Ltd., electrical supplies. 
Can. Nor. Ry. System, freight 

charges 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 



16 80 
27 23 
52 15 
27 94 

65 

3 77 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



189 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE—Continued. 
k Hospital for Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 



Maintenance and repair of plumbing, steam and electric 
Chapman Double Ball Bearing 

Co. of Can., Ltd., steel balls . . 3 00 

Dalton, W. B., & Sons, Ltd., 

leather belting, 79.93; iron 

hardware, etc., 142.42; paint, 

oils, etc., 12.75 

Drummond, McCall & Co., Ltd., 

boiler tubes 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods 

Co., Ltd., fire hose 

Engineering Specialties Co., 

Ltd., valve 

Garlock Packing Co., packing 

and leather belting 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd., 

machinery repairs 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges. . 
Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., fire 

bricks, etc 

Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 

rubber packing 

Hamilton Stove & Heater Co., 

Ltd., castings 

Harrison Safety Boiler Works,- 

oharts 

Hentig, Geo., garbage tanks 

Hoag, F. J., chemicals 

Horlock, G. G., graffito 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., oil, grease, 

etc 



Maintenance and replacements 

Angrove Bros., steel balls 

Baker, W. J., billiard chalk 

Bunt, J. B., & Co., ice cream 
freezer 

Chown, A. P., chemicals 

Dalton, W. B., & Sons, Ltd., iron 
hardware, etc. 

Delany & Pettit, hair 

Fenwick, Hendry & Co., barrel. 

Garlock Packing Co., packing. . 

Harrison, T. F. Co., Ltd., furni- 
ture repairs 

Hentig, Geo., tinsmith's repairs 

Hoag, Frank J., rubber rings . . 

Imperial Oil Co., oil 

Invalided Soldiers' Commission 
Industries, bed felts 

Kingston Shipbuilding Co., re- 
pairs to boilers 

Lemmon & Sons, iron hardware, 
etc 

Lippincott, J. B„ Co., medical 
books 

Lyman Bros. & Co., chemicals.. 

MoFaul, R., linoleum 

Macnee & Minnes, duck, blan- 
kets, oilcloth, sheeting, etc. . . 

Meinecke & Co., thermometers. 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
sheets, pillow cases, blankets, 
etc 5,713 77 



235 


10 


321 


60 


160 


00 


25 


60 


61 


52 


852 24 
43 05 


16 


99 


3 


28 


4 


04 


12 91 

36 00 

6 14 

3 50 


105 


46 


tents 


of all 

64 
25 


5 


ao 

75 


199 

106 

3 

14 


91 
00 
50 
44 


51 

7 

21 


53 
60 
84 
39 


16 


95 


15 


00 


54 


14 


5 

17 

6 


00 
44 
50 


987 
10 


48 
80 



plants, including engineers' supplies.— Continued 

Invalided Soldiers' Commission 
Industries, unions and valves 

Kingston Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., 
repairs to laundry machine. . 

Leitch, A. S., Co., oil separators 

Lemmon & Sons, plumbing sup- 
plies 

Lyman Bros. & Co., Ltd., chemi- 
cals 

McDougall, R. Co., Ltd., pipe 
dies 

Newman, H. W., Electric Co., 
electrical supplies 

Purdy, Mansell, Ltd., plumbing 
supplies 

Shell Bar Boico Supply, Ltd., 
boico 

Simmons Bros., hardware & 
plumbing supplies 329 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., stove re- 
pairs 

Stromberg, Carlson Telephone 
Mfg. Co., telephone repairs . . 

Taylor & Hamilton, repairing 
furnace, 

Turner, C. B., & Co., boiler lining 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., oils, 
grease, etc 

Wright, G. A., machinery re- 
pairs 



26 02 

403 03 
105 75 

419 99 

16 47 

8 00 

124 03 

2 20 

57 30 



73 



27 50 

15 59 

34 86 
84 18 

33 75 



13 84 



furniture and furnishings ($9,561.07) 

Military Hospitals Commission 
Industries, blankets 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., towelling, 
table cloths, etc 

Newman & Shaw, chambry, 
etc . 

Newman, H. W., Electric Co., 
electrical repairs 

Northern Electric Co., electrical 
supplies 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
blankets and rubber sheets . . 

Ontario Show Case Co., show 
case 

Reid, R. J., webbing, shadow 
cloth, etc 

Robertsons, Ltd., crockery ware 

Simmons Bros., hardware sup- 
plies, 133.41; kitchen supplies, 
243,23 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
needles 

Smith Bros., alarm clock, 4.00; 
clock repairs, 15.00 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., stove re- 
pairs 

Steacys, Ltd., curtain repp .... 

Taylor & Hamilton, kitchen sup- 
plies 

Waldron, R., door mat 

Wright, Geo. A., repairing uten- 
sils 



243 


20 


123 


89 


43 


35 


31 


25 


149 


85 


220 


14 


104 


00 


15 

879 


50 
22 


367 


64 




60 


19 


00 


34 
19 


00 
25 


61 95 
3 00 



6 30 



190 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Insane, Kingston. — Continued. 

Live stock, vehicles and farm implements ($810.24) 



C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 21 43 

Clyde, E,, pullets 17 50 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges. . 7 93 

Hanley, F., pullets 17 50 

Keenan, W. J., horse 215 00 

Loshan, Mrs. E., hens 20 00 

Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., dump 

cart, 66.00; wagon, 109.00 . . 175 00 



Richardson, J W., bull 175 00 

Sawdon, W. A., plough 50 00 

Simmons Bros., pruning shears, 

1.00; rotary pump, 9.00 10 00 

Spence, J. C, cutter, 56.00; 

wheelbarrows, 13.00 69 00 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., hand 

seeder and single wheel hoe. . 31 88 



W. J." Robinson, M.D.: Twelve 
C. M. Crawford, M.D.: 

C. C. Whittaker, M.D.: 
F. W. Luney, M.D.: 

J. C. Hazard : 

D. Rodger: 
H. Jackson: 
A. Thrower: 
R. Robinson: 
Agnes Snelgrove: 
Eliza Davis: 
Evelyn Bray: 

Etva Bonnell: Two 

A. Fitzgerald: 

Edward Blake: Twelve 

S. W. Scott: Five 

F. Sparring: Seven 
W. England: Twelve 
C. Tribe: Ten 

A. Patterson: One 

Ohas. Cunningham: Twelve 
W. G. Walters: 
Win. McFadden: 
Sydney Rose: 
T. Abbott: 

G. A. Armes: 
,S. G. Weeks: 
T. Hunter: 
H. Doan: 

J. S. Moore: 

Sam Roberts: 

J. Moore: 

J. Gale: 

W. H. K. Talbott: 

Amos Duval: 

R. Thomson: 

Richard Flynn: 

Chief Attendants, Attendants 

Domestic Help: 

Stokers: 

Farm Hands: 



Hospital for Insane, London. 

Salaries ($78,012.61) 

months' salary as Superintendent 2.800 00 

do Second Asst. Physician 1,277 02 

do Third do 1,121 97 

do Pathologist 700 00 

do Bursar 1,700 00 

do * Clerk 1,150 00 

do .Storekeeper 1,180 00 

do Asst. Storekeeper 720 00 

do Stenographer 480 00 

do do 600 00 

do Portress 324 50 

do Matron 650 00 

do Asst. Matron 68 00 

do do 75 00 

do Tailor 700 00 

do Shoemaker 250 00 

do do 350 00 

do Laundryman 660 00 

do Asst. Laundryman 330 33 

do do 35 00 

<lo Baker 800 00 

do Engineer „ 1,000 00 

do Asst. Engineer 695 00 

do Electrician 720 00 

do Blacksmith 720 00 

do Bricklayer 905 00 

do Asst. Bricklayer 845 00 

do Carpenter 900 00* 

do Asst. Carpenter 600 00 

do Tinsmith 686 66 

do Painter 750 00 

do Farmer 950 00 

do Asst. Farmer 750 00 

do Gardener 850 00 

do Asst. Gardener 600 00 

do do 575 00 

do Sewage Man 700 00 

and Nurses : 33,947 24 

7,702 47 

5,055 27 

3,089.15 



Abbott, H. G., & Co., repairs 
to vehicles 

Adams, Edwards & Co., Ltd., 
coffee, 2,180 lbs. at 25V 2 c, 780 
lbs. at 30c; cleaning ma- 
terials, 190.75; gran, sugar, 25 
bags, at 9.33, 25 bags at 9.08, 



Expenses ($160,493.41) 

25 bags at 9.18, 25 bags at 
5 00 8.68, 25 bags at 8.58, 5 bags at 
9.32, 12 bags at 9.15, 2 bags 
at 10.25, 17 bags at 9.90, 2 
bags at 10.15, 2 bags, at 
10.30, 17 bags at 8.55, 3 
at 8.65, 6 bags at 9.40, 6 



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191 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, London. — Continued. 



bags at 9.50; bic. soda, 2 kegs 
at 4.00; corn starch, 680 pkgs. 
at lie, 520 pkgs. at 10%c; 
golden haddie, 8 cases at 
9.00; sardines, 6 doz. at 1.80, 

2 doz. at 1.44; vanilla, 14 gals, 
at 10.00; syrup, 1.348 lbs. at 
7%e, 2,881 lbs. at 7&c., 2,305 
lbs. at 7%c; molasses, 76 
gals, at 55c, 30 gals, at 65c; 
cereals, 121.30; tobacco, 175 
lbs. at 86c, 96 lbs. at 64c, 
105 lbs. at 94c, 175 lbs. at 
1.40, 120 lbs. at 92c, 96 lbs. 
at 96c; split peas, 200 lbs. at 
lie; yellow sugar, 20 bags at 
8.68, 10 bags at 8.58, 13 bags 
at 8.08, 10 bags at 8.11, 5 bags 
at 9.10, 6 bags at 9.55, 5 bags 
at 9.45, 6 bags at 8.45, 3 bags 
at 9.40; rice, 1,300 lbs. at 8c, 
896 lbs. at 9%c; salt, 1 bbl. 
at 4.50, 1 bbl. at 5.25, 1 bbl. at 
5.75; twine, 5 lbs. at 55c, 10 
lbs. at 60c, 21/j lbs. at 70c; 
candles, 36 lbs. at 15c; cassia. 
10 lbs. at 32c, 20 lbs. at 35c, 
20 lbs. at 40c; jelly powders, 

3 gro. at 13.80, 2 gro. at 12.00, 
1 gro. at 16.80; matches, 1 
case at 4.60, 2 cases at 6.70, 2 
cases at 13.30; sago, 1,223 lbs. 
at 13c, 570 lbs. at 15y 2 c.; 
powdered sugar, 100 lbs. at 
10%e, 50 lbs. at lie; tapioca, 
1,092 lbs. at 15c, 328 lbs. at 
15%c; cocoa, 2 doz tins at 
2.45, 12 doz. tins at 2.40; lard, 
120 lbs. at 25c, 120 lbs. at 
24MjC 240 lbs. at 27c, 120 
lbs. at 26c, 780 lbs. at 28c, 20 
lbs. at 31^0. ; clay pipes, 
1 box, 1.20, 20 doz. at 3.25; 
manilla paper, 2.62; pepper, 
75 lbs. at 35c, 125 lbs. at 37c, 
100 lbs. at 42c; nutmegs, 12 
lbs. at 50c; peel, 30 lbs. at 
28c, 20 lbs. at 37c, 14 lbs. at 
29c, 14 lbs. at 30c; blue, 120 
lbs. at 24c; tanglefoot, 4 
cases at 4.60; raisins, 850 lbs. 
at 15c, 100 lbs. at lie, 180 
lbs. at 12c, 375 lbs. at 16c, 1 
box, 4.00; wash boards, 1 doz. 
5.75; mop handles, 1 doz., 
1.65; vinegar, 65 gals, at 31c; 
paper bags, 48.05; almonds, 25 
lbs. at 20c; walnuts, 25 lbs. 
at 19c; peanuts, 278 lbs. at 
19c; allspice, 50 lbs. at 25e, 
10 lbs. at 35c; prunes, 500 
lbs. at 14c; baking powder, 4 
doz. at 2.40, 12 doz. at 2.50, 



Expenses.— Continued. 

4 doz. at 2.65; mustard, 33 
tins at 90c; corn meal, 2 bags 
at 6.25, 2 bags at 6.50; beans, 
25 bus. at 6.85; ginger, 25 lbs. 
at 33c, 25 lbs. at 35c; toilet 
paper, 1 case at 13.70; cigars, 
7.20; pot barley, 1 bag at 5.50; 
bovril, 2 doz. at 7.70; canned 
salmon, 20 doz. at 2.35; 
chloride of lime, 1 case at 
3.00; tea, 519 lbs. at 38c; glu- 
cose, 2,747 lbs. at 7%c; 
cheese, 82 lbs. at 26y>c 8,021 01 

Anderson's Coal & Wood, 

manure, 4 loads at 50c 2 0u 

Arbuckle, Sam., setting eggs, 

100 at 10c 10 00 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., wyandotte soda, 11,200 
lbs. at 4.02 cwt., 2,800 lbs. 
at 4.07 564 20 

Back, J. H., & Co., photographic 

supplies 1 35 

Baker, A. W., seed potatoes, 59 

bags at 2.50 147 50 

Barnard, John S., repairing 
glasses, 12.95; spectatcles, 3 
doz. at 9.00 39 95 

Beatty Bros., Ltd., oat boxes, 2 

at 2.52; pump repairs, 2.00.. 7 04^ 

Bell Telephone Co., Ltd., rental 
of instruments, 228.00; mes- 
sages, 64.45 292 45 

Benson, Wilcox Electric Co., 

simplex iron 5 00 

Bishop, F., trav. expenses .... 24 45 

Bowman, T. W., & Son, Co., 
Ltd., apple trees 6 00 

Breen, John, straw, 9 ton 1,070 

lbs. at 7.00 66 74 

Brick Mfg. & Supply Co., Ltd., 
lime, 2,480 lbs. at 75c cwt. . 18 61 

Briglia, Guy, services as musi- 
cian 30 00 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., flannel, 
174% yds. at 30c; lining, 137 
yds. at 30c, 53 yds. at 2iy 2 c, 
54 yds. at 40c, 61 % yds, at 
45c; buttons, 3 doz. at 1.10, 
3 doz. at 1.35, 1 doz. at 2.60; 
canvas, 100 yds. at 30c, 50 
yds. at 42 1 /£e; rubber tissue, 
1.65; linen thread, 6 gro. at 
4.67; suiting, 196y 2 yds. at 
2.25; bastings, 6 gro. at 2.04, 
2 gro. at 3.00; coating, 142 y 2 
yds. at 2.50; cotton, 441% 
yds. at 25c; packing, 2.60; 
less discount, 57.31 1,134 80 

Brown & Henshaw, blacksmith- 
ing 3 00 

Brownlee, J. A., sad irons, 120 
lb. at 7V 2 c • 9 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, London.— Continued. 



Caldwell Feed & Cereal Co., 
Ltd., scratch feed, 100 bags at 
4.10; chicken feed, 3 bags at 
4.25; growing mash, 3 bags 

at 3.00 

Canada Customs, duty charges 

Canada Home-Made Preserving 

& Pickling Co., marmalade, 5 

pails at 4.80 

Canadian Army Service Corp, 

manure 

Canadian Army Veterinary 

Corp, manure 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., Ltd., boots, 2 prs. at 3.60, 
1 pr. at 4.20; gloves, 2 doz. 
at 3.60, y 3 doz. at 9.70; garden 
hose, 200 ft. at 21%c, 50 ft. 
at 23c; couplings, 1 set at 
30c; automizers, 1 doz. at 
7.00; eye droppers, 2 doz. at 

90c; less discount, 1.55 

Canadian Engineers Service Co., 

manure 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 

gasoline 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges, 
1,838.39; rent of siding, 

141.41 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., messages . . . 
Carswell, Wm„ trav. expenses . 
Carter's Tested Seeds, Inc., 

seeds 

Casselman Bros., shoes, 1 pr. at 
1.25, 4 prs. at 1.98, 1 pr. at 
2.70, 4 prs. at 2.29, 37 prs. at 
2.48, 35 prs. at 2.98, 3 prs. at 
3.00, 2 prs. at 3.25, 1 pr. at 

3.50, 1 pr. at 4.00 

Catholic Record, candles, 12 

lb. at 48c 

Chantler Bros., coal, 91 tons 
300 lbs. at 7.50; switching, 

6.00 

Chapman, Chas., Co., printing 

and stationery 

Childs, H. J., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

City Creamery, skim milk, 
285,780 lbs. at 70c, cwt.; but- 
termilk, 594 lbs. at 1.50 cwt. 

City Gas. Co., gas 

City_ Parcel Express, manure . . 
Clerc, H. T., trav. expenses . . 
Climax Chemical Co., chemicals 
Clubb Coffee Co., coffee, 1,125 
lbs. at 22c, 1,200 lbs. at 27c. 
Coates, Burns & Wanless, rub- 
bers, 10 prs. at 90c, 20 prs. 
at 68c; shoes, 42 prs. at 1.65, 
22 prs. at 2.00, 32 prs. at 2.15, 
179 prs. at 2.25, 120 prs. at 



Expenses.— Continued. 

2.50, 48 prs. at 2.65, 96 prs. at 
2.75, 74 prs. at 3.00, 1 pr. at 

3.75, 6 prs. at 5.00 1,554 40 

Consumers Cordage Co., Ltd., 
431 75 cord, 350 lbs. at 28c; less 

2,572 08 freight, 1.70 96 30 

Cookson, Jas. H., trav. expen- 

24 00 ^ Ses 6 70 

Cornish, Andrew, services filling 

74 fiR ~ sil ° 3 00 

'* °° Cortese, Tony, Jr., services as 

fi? R9 musician , 30 00 

Crawford, C. M., trav. expenses 13 25 
Crown Tailoring Co., Ltd., mak- 
ing and trimming uniforms, 

20 at 8.75, 5 at 10.00 225 00 

Daly, John M., coal, 2 tons 1,860 

lbs. at 11.00 32 23 

Darch & Hunter Seed Co., bulbs, 

seeds, etc., 62.25; berry boxes, 

83 88 1.500 at 5.50 M.; oyster shell, 

200 lbs. at lc; sundries, 2.05 74 55 
15 41 Darch, J., & Sons, buffalo robe . 50 00 

113 63 Dayman, W. H., baskets, 30 at 

75c, 24 at 1.10, 12 at 1.75 . . 69 90 

3 65 Deere, John, Plow Co., repairs 

to implements 21 55 

Department of Agriculture, seed 

1,979 80 wheat, 18 bus. at 2.74 49 32 

2 11 Dom. Express Co., charges ... 21 30 

4 90 Dominion Linens, Ltd., cotton, 

525 yds. at 16c 84 00 

1 45 Dominion Lumber & Coal Co., 

Ltd., coal, 47 tons 1,536 lbs. at 
9.75; extra freight charges, 

45.85 511 59 

Dominion Seeds, Ltd., chicken 
feed, 100 lbs. at 6c; bulbs, 

240 09 seeds, etc., 156.15 162 15 

Dunn, Frank, harness repairs . 35 97 

5 76 Farmer's Advocate and Home 

Magazine, wheat, 42 bus. at 

fi8q fi o 250 105 00 

b8y DZ Parmer's Feed Co., Ltd., 

1 1 1 ' on brewers' grains, 19 tons at 

111 dU 35.00 665 00 

kaq 19 Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 900 bus. 

548 1J at 1.35 1J15-00 

Fisher, B. W., expenses return- 

2,009 36 in & eloper 8 50 

497 76 Fleischmann Co., yeast, 392 lbs. 

15 00 a t 30c, 151 lbs. at 35c 170 45 

4 20 Fleming & Houghtby, imple- 

84 36 ment repairs 15 99 

Fleury's, J., iSons, implement 

571 50 repairs 3 00 

Fort William Coal Dock Co., 
Ltd., coal, 169 tons 1,400 lbs. 
at 6.40, 1,384 tons 1,300 lbs. at 
6.56, 1,017 tons 1,600 lbs. at 
6.81 17,100 65 



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193 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, London.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Free Press Printing Co., Ltd., 
subscriptions, 36.00; advertis- 
ing, 18.27 

Garvey, John, & Sons, manure . 

Gervin, D., straw, 5 tons 985 
lbs. at 7.C0; hay 9 tons '410 
lbs. at 10.00 

Gleason, A. A. 

Graham, W. H. 
17c., 42 lbs. 
505 V> lbs. at 
65c, 
1 lb 



photographs . . 

fivets, 6 lbs. at 
at 18c; leather, 

63c, 127 lbs. at 
129 lbs. at 67c; thread, 
at 2.72; sundries, 28.29 



54 27 
21 50 



130 49 
5 00 



G. T. Ry. ,Sys., freight charges 
G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages .... 
Greene, Swift, Ltd., men's suits, 

8 at 7.50, 50 at 9.31, 31 at 10.00 
Greer, A. B., & Son, repairs to 

vehicles 

Grey, Mrs. W., manure 

Guest, Edward, straw, 7 tons 

1.340 lbs. at 7.00;' oats, 17,503 

lbs. at 2.80 cwt 

Guest, Win., hay, 12 tons 1,470 

lbs. at 10.00; oats, 134 bus. at 

1.02 

Gurd, Win, & Co., tennis net, 

4.00; shells, 1 box, 1.00, 1 

box, 1.25 

Gutta Percha & Rubber. Ltd., 

rubber boots, 12 prs. at 3.60; 

less discount, 86c 

Hall Bros., rent of stable .... 
Hambly's Stationery, stationery 
Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd.. but- 
ter, 17,629 lbs. at 37y 5 c.', 2,856 

lbs. at 48%c; cheese, 891 lbs. 

at 24c; oleomargarine, 56 lbs. 

at 31c, 17.640 lbs. at 3iy 2 c; 

express charges, 36c 13, 

Harris & Richard, repairs to 

vehicles 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 

supplies 

Heighman, R. B., trav. expenses 
Henry & Colerick, printing and 

stationery 

Higgins, J., trav. expenses . . . 

Hobbins, M., manure 

Hochn, M., manure 

Holstein-Friesian Assn., fees . 
Howard, C. E., repairs to 

vehicles 

Howard, J. H., making keys. 
Howden, D. H., & Co., Ltd., 

rakes, 1 doz. at 5.25, % doz. 

at 11.30; shovels, IV, doz. at 

12.00, 1 doz. at 15.00, V 2 doz. 

at 19.00; hay forks, iy 2 doz. 

at 12.00; hoes, 2 doz. at 8.00, 

1 doz. at 8.50; axes, % doz. 

at 16.00; paris green, 150 lbs. 

at 6iy,c; bluestone, 20 lbs. 



527 

276 

15 


04 
89 

50 


835 


50 


111 
1 


95 
50 


543 


77 


264 


03 


6 


25 


42 
75 
35 


34 
00 

On 



738 45 



10 00 



33 


01 


S 


85 


05 


50 


7 


50 


3 


00 


7 


00 


1 


00 


4 


50 


1 


05 



at 20c; razor blades, 6 doz. 
at 1.00, 2 doz. at 1.20; axle 
grease, 3 lbs. at 1.20; forks. 
1 doe. at 16.60; mowers, 3 at 
10.00; iron hardware, etc, 
40.07 298 82 

Howell, Harold H., barley, 45 

bus. at 2.25 101 25 

Hudson. Edward, straw, 12 tons , 

1.170 lbs. at 8.00 100 68 

Hunt Bros., Ltd., bran. 9%. tons 
at 32.00; flour. 265 bbls. at 
8.80, 15 bbls. at 10.80, 10 .bbls. 
at 10.90, 1 bbl. at 11.10, 15 
bbls. at 11.30. 10 bbls. at 
13.00; shorts. 18U tons at 
35.00, 13 tons at 40.00; corn 
flour, 5 bbls. at 16.00; cartage, 
15.25; coal, 177 tons 268 lbs. 
at 8.25, 1 ton 450 lbs. at 10.00; 
teaming. 16.49; freight char- 
ges, 15.45 

Imperial Oil. Ltd., oil, grease, 
etc 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., oil, 
grease, etc 

International Harvester Co., 
Ltd., corn planter, 4.40; re- 
pairs to implements. 10.66 . . 

Johnston Bros., manure 

Johnston, John, services prun- 
ing trees, 27 days at 4.25; 
trav. expenses, 6.05 

Jones, Albion, services cleaning- 
chimney, sewage, vault, etc. . 

Jones, John, harness repairs, 
etc. 

Kalbfleisch. E. D., fish, 2.055 
lbs. at. 5V»c, 215 lbs. at 6c, 
845 lbs. at 6V,c„ 2,815 lbs. 
at 7c, 135 lbs. at lie; salt 
fish, 18 kegs at 6.50 

Keith, Geo., & Son, seeds ..... 

Kelly, John, chicken, 87 lbs. at 
1714c ^ 

King Construction Co., bolts, 
washers, etc 

Kingston Hospital for Insane, 
corn, 2 bus. at 7.00, 5 bus. 5 
lbs. at 6.90; bags, 1.40 

Lackey, Alex., expenses return- 
ing eloper 

Langford, A. A.. Co.. Ltd., sta- 
tionery 

Lawrason. S. F., & Co., soap 
chips, 2,851 lbs. at lie, 3,150 
lbs. at 13c. 5,051 lbs. at 
16V>c; ammonia, 2,204 lbs. at 
4 : ',c; soda, 1.400 lbs. at 2.75 
cwt., 3,090 lbs. at 3.25 1,800 16 

Little, J. A., photographs 2 00 

Logan, Geo. E.; interments . . . 105 00 

London Advertiser, advertising 10 10 



5,985 


14 


143 


49 


115 


80* 


15 
40 


06 

75 


120 


80 


111 


50 


101 


95 



509 


75 


144 


00 


15 


01 


11 


40 


50 


53 


5 


00 


2 


00 



13. P. A. 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, London.— Continued. 



London Brush Co., scrub 
brushes, 88 doz. at 1.50 

London Cold Storage & Ware- 
house* Co., Ltd., storage of 
fish and fowl, 103.09; fish, 
.12,339 lbs. at 7V 2 c. 

London Free Press Printing 
Co., Ltd., advertising 

London Hardware Co., Ltd., 
iron hardware, etc. . . ' 

London & Port Stanley Ry. Co., 
freight charges 

London, Printing & Lithograph- 
ing Co., Ltd., printing 

London Stencil & Stamp Works, 
rubber stamps 

London Street Ry. Co., car 
tickets, 60.00; twelve months' 
carriage of mail, 100.00 .... 

McCormack Mfg. Co., Ltd., bis- 
cuits, 77 lbs. at lie, 106 lbs. 
at 11%C, 47 lbs. at 9y 2 c, 94 
lbs. at 12c; pig feed, 37,257 
lbs. at 2c; rent of farm, 

• 75.00 

McKenrie, Alfred, hay, 10 tons 
780 lbs. at 10.00 

McMahori, Granger & Co., 
thread, 6 doz. at 1.10, 10 gro. 
at 5.50, 7 gro. at 6.36, 12 gro. 
at 8.40, 1 doz. at 1.60; cotton, 
102 yds. at 6Vic, 320 yds. at 
7c, 320 yds. at 9y 2 c, 430 
yds. at 11%C, 600 yds. at 
14V 2 c, 948 yds. at 15V 2 c, 
238U yds. at 16%c, 3353,4 
yds. at 18c, 64 yds. at 18y 2 c 
229 yds. at 20c, 430% yds. at 
21c, 1,171% yds. at 37y 2 c; 
sweaters, 17 at 1.00, 11 at 1.50, 
30 at 1.65, 1 at 1.75; flannel, 
5214 yds. at 30c, 154 yds. at 
75c; muslin, 8 yds. at 12%c, 
28 yds. at 18c, 436y 2 yds. at 
27y>c; shoe laces, 12 cards at 
65c, 1 gro. at 1.35, 3 gro. at 
1.75, 17 gro. at 2.00, 4 gro. at 
2.10, 3 gro. at 2.25, 1 gro. at 
2.50; tape, 90 doz. at 18c; 
mitts, 2 doz. at 3?75, 4 1-12 doz. 
at 8.00, 4y 2 doz. at 9.00; 
braces, 26 doz. at 3.00; socks, 
10 doz. at 2.25, 29^ doz. at 
2.50, 25 doz. at 2.75, 1 doz. 
at 3.25, 15 doz. at 3.50, 10% 
doz. at 3.75, 90 11-12 doz. at 
4.50, % doz. at 6.00; nurses' 
cloth, 549% yds. at 30c; drill, 
164^ yds. at 26y 2 c, 9iy 2 yds. 
at 33% c„ 28% yds. at 36y 2 c, 
496% yds. at 37y.c; combs, 
24 doz. at 55c, 12 doz. at 85c, 
6 doz. at 1.20, 9 doz. at 1.35, 



Expenses. 

132 00 

1,028 64 

17 45 

1 33 68 

550 00 

19 50 

1 50 

160 00 



856 55 
103 90 



-Continued. 



36 doz. at 1.50, 2% doz. at 
1.75, 7-12 doz. at 13.50; shirt- 
ing, 559y 2 yds. at 23c. 102 
yds. at 25y 2 c, \95y 2 yds. at 
26y»c, 284% yds. at 27y 2 c, 
62914 yds. at 28y 2 c, 1,190% 
yds. at 35c; umbrellas, % 
doz. at 13.50, % doz. at 14.50; 
tweed, 50% yds. at-2.00, 20iy 4 
yds. at 2.25; playing cards, 3 
doz. at 1.10, 1 doz. at 2.25; 
smocks, 8 at 3.50, 4 doz. at 
16.50; yarn, 1 spindle at 7.80, 
2 spindles at 9.00, 7 lbs. at 
2.00; tooth brushes, 6 doz. at 
1.20, 8 doz. at 1.25, 1 doz. at 

buttons, 6 doz. at 20c, 6 
at 25c, 6 doz. at 55c, 6 
doz. at 65c, 2 gro. at 1.00, 2 
gro. at 1.25, 1 gro. at 2.25, 1 
at 2.65; collars, 6 doz. at 

1 r , doz. at 3.00; shawls, 
2 doz. at 9.00; shirts, 4% doz. 
at 10.50, % doz. at 12.00, % 
doz. at 13.50; ladies' belts, iy 2 
doz. at 2.25; ties, 1% doz. at 
1.50, 22 5-12 doz. at 2.25, 1 
doz. at 3.00; toques, 7 doz. at 
4.00, 2'/, doz. at 4.50; cotton- 
ade. 60 1 / 2 yds. at 36y 2 c, 60% 
yds. at 38y 2 c; mufflers, 1 doz. 
at 3.50; duck, 28 yds. at 41 &a; 
thread, 7 gro. at 8.40; ribbon, 
108 yds. at 9M»c; aprons, 16 
doz. at 6.50; ladies' vests, 4% 
doz. at 3.75, 10 doz. at 7.25; 
drawers, 6 doz. at 7.50; hand- 



1.50; 

doz. 



gro 
1.2E 



kerchiefs, 5 doz. at 50c 



doz. at 65c, 15 doz. at 85c, 
doz. at 90c, 2 doz. at 1.00, 
doz. at 1.35; safety pins, 
gro. at 85c; hair brushes, 
doz. at 4.50; gingham, 113 
yds. at 30c, 54 yds. at 3Jy 2 c,; 
hose, 6 doz. at 3.25; print, 
441% yds. at 20c, 188% yds. at 
2iy 2 c, 87i% yds. at 22c, 406% 
yds. at 2414c, 74 y 2 yds. at 
25c, 91 yds. at 26c, 34 yds. 
at 27c; shirts, 1 at 1.12, 1 at 
1.37, 1 1-12 doz. at 10.50; 
galeta, 65% yds. at 27 %c; 
denim, 1,819-% yds. at 35c, 
211 yds. at 37%c; underwear, 
14 doz. at 9.50; leno, 6 pieces 
at 1.50; coat, 1 at 8.00;^ sun- 
dries, 76.82 6,481 07 

McPhillips, W., violin strings . 

Maher, Tom., livery hire 

Mann, C. A., & Co., chickens, 50 
at 75c, 711 lbs. at 26c ...... 

Manuel, J. H., services pruning 
trees, 27 days at 4.00; trav. 
expenses, 6.05 



1 40 

78 00 

222 36 



114 05 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



195 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONSlMAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Insane, London.— Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 

Marr, H., expenses returining 23y 2 c, 4,614 lbs. at 24c, 2,106 

eloper 5 00 lbs. at 24V 2 c, 3,918 lbs. at 

Martin, Wm., trav. expenses . 4 70 25c, 3,307 lbs. at 26c, 2,586 

Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., imple- lbs. at 27c, 158 lbs. at 29c; 

ment repairs 10 88 head cheese, 428 lbs. at 12y 2 c, 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 2,103 lbs, at 13c, 2,676 lbs. 

mitts, 12 prs. at 40c; skirts, at I3y 2 c., 3,937 lbs. at 14c; 

38 at 1.42; shirts, 100 at 1.09, bacon, 6 lbs. at 31c, 48 lbs, at 

500 at 1.10; nurses' uniforms, 38c, 299 lbs. at 41c, 93 lbs. at 

24 at 1.70; night gowns, 48 at 42c; liver, 80 lbs. at 10c, 88 

1.08, 30 at 1.25, 200 at 1.26, lbs. at 12c, 499 lbs. at 13c; 

107 at 1.38, 197 at 1.45; socks, jellied hock, 222 lbs. at 15c v 

216 prs. at 26%c, 204 prs. at 78 lbs. at 20c; lard, 1,050 lbs. 

34c; overalls, 125 prs. at 1.75, at 20c, 250 lbs. at 25c, 1,800 

75 prs. at 1.95, 24 prs. at lbs. at 26c, 200 lbs. at 31c; 

2.00; smocks, 75 prs. at 2.06; blood pudding, 43 lbs. at 15c; 

aprons, 48 at 54c, 72 at 96c; bologna, 64 lbs. at 15c; 

stockings, 240 prs. at 18c; brawn, 84 lbs. at 23c; tongue, 

packing, etc, 6.25 2,371 80 90 lbs. at 26c; beef loaf, 387 

Meyer Bros., duck, 62 yds. at lbs. at 25c; beans, 50 bus. at 

2.94; felt, 80 yds. at 1.50 ... 302 28 3.50; boots, 4 prs. at 1.25, 42 

Michigan Central Ry., freight prs. at 2.40, 6 prs. at 2.45, 26 

charges 3,308 77 prs. at 2.60; fertilizer, 6 tons 

Mimico Hospital for Insane, at 50.00; brooms, 25 doz. at 

seed beans, 6 bus. at 9.50 .. 57 00 3.75, 50 doz. at 4.50; whisks, 

Moore Fruit Co., Ltd., onions, 2 doz. at 1.75, 2 doz. at 2.00; 

8 bags at 1.20; fish, 459 lbs. lard tubs, baskets and pack- 

at 5c, 136 lbs. at 7c, 537 ing cases, 40.09 16,055 24 

lbs. at 8c, 99 lbs. at 13c . . 97 90 Parke-Davis Co., kreso, 40 gals. 

Morgan's Supply House, bone at 75c 30 00 

grinder, 18.90; detergent, 500 Pathescope Co. of Canada, Ltd., 

lbs. at 9.39%c cwt.; flour film service, 60.00; lamps, 

pots, 8.76 ; wyandotte cleaner 12.16 72 16 

and cleanser, 840 lbs. at People's Electric Co., electrical 

5.26M>c cwt.; sundries, 12.38 13125 supplies 13 69 

Morris, G. F., & Co., Meat Mar- Percival, Henry, straw, 6 tons 

ket, lamb, 88 lbs. at 26c ... 22 88 1,280 lbs. at 7.00 46 47 

Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., Percy, H., subscription to Cana- 

chemicals 104 00 dian Courier 1 00 

Noble, Chas., Jr., Co., fish, 2,346 Perkins, Ince & Co., soap, 28 

lbs. at 7V 2 c 175 98 boxes at 5.40, 50 boxes at 5.55 428 70 

Ogjlvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., Perrin, D. S., & Co., Ltd., bis- 

flour, 1,155 bbls. at 10.95; rol- cuits, 19214 lbs. at 12c, 91 

led oats, 25 bbls. at 6.97y 2 c, lbs. at 13c, 200 lbs. at 14y 2 c, 

112 y 2 bbls. at 10.60; bran, 40 201 Vv lbs. at 15y 2 c, 100 lbs. 

tons at 35.00; shorts, 102y 2 at 2iy>c 116 60 

tons at 40.00; bags, 19.00 .. 19,533 13 Peterson, Ernest C, trav. expen- 

Onn, F. S., fish, 6,755 lbs. at ses 1 95 

10c, -2,507 lbs. at 15c, 3,000 Postmaster, postage stamps .. 485 00 

lbs. at 16c 1,531 55 Proctor & Gamble Distributing 

O.A.C. Field Husbandry Dept., Co. of Can., Ltd., soap flakes, 

mangle seed, 50 lbs. at 1.50.. 75 00 3,983 lbs. at 16%c * 657 20 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, Public Utilities Commission, 

beef, 157 lbs. at 12y 2 c, 230 electric current 1.934 98 

lbs. at 14y 2 c, 920 lbs. at 15c, Purdom Hardware Co., Ltd., 

323 lbs. at 16c, 2,476 lbs. at razor 1 50 

16y 2 c, 4,605 lbs. at 17c, 5,091 Red Star News Co., keeping 

lbs. at 17y 2 c, 3,127 lbs. at mail bag, 1 year, 24.00; cuff 

18c, 875 lbs. at 19c, 5,565 lbs. links, 3 doz. prs. at 3.00; 

at 19y 2 c, 6,861 lbs. at 20c, ' mouth organs, 1 doz. at 6.00; 

5,492 lbs. at 20y>c, 991 lbs. brooches, 4 doz. at 2.00; 

at 2iy>c, 850 lbs. at 22c, 716 beauty pins, 1 doz. at 1.80; 

lbs. at 23c, 4,714 lbs. at subscription to sundry maga- 



196 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, London.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued.^ 



zines and newspapers, 98.65; 
sundries, 5.75 

Regan, W. P., repairs to imple- 
ments 

Rennie's Seeds, seeds 

Reynolds, J. D., molasses, 34 
gals, at 60c; eggs, 180 doz. 
at 37c, 90 doz. at 38c, 30 doz. 
at 39c, 60 doz. at 40c, 60 
doz. at 41c, 210 doz. at 42c, 
210 doz. at 43c, 30 doz. at 
44c, 222 doz. at 45c, 360 doz. 
at 46c, 180 doz. at 48c, 240 
doz. at 50c, 60 doz. at 55c; 
sundries, 87c . . . / 

Robinson, W. J., trav. expenses 

Rolston, Chas., hay, 13y 2 tons at 
11.00 .* 

Saunders, W. E., & Co., drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

Scandrett Bros., nuts, 6 lbs. at 
22c; beans, 1,596 lbs. at 12c; 
butter, 600 lbs. at 46y>c; sar- 
dines, 1 case at 21.00, 20 doz. 
at 1.95; canned salmon, 104 
doz. at 2.20; tapioca, 1,324 lbs. 
at 15c; pearl barley, 196 lbs. 
at 8%c; sago, 972 lbs. at 15c; 
corn flakes, 25.00; paper bags, 
60.45; lard, 60 lbs. at 31c; 
granulated sugar, 25 bags at 
8.53, 45 bags at 8.56, 25 bags 
at 8.5,8, 20 bags at 8.68; 
prunes, 250 lbs. at 12c; paper, 
38 lbs. at 5y 2 c; vinegar, 58 
gals, at 33c; tobacco, 168 lbs. 
at 63c, 315 lbs. at 94c; 
raisins, 504 lbs. at 13y 2 c; 
brushes, 3 doz. at 2.50, 2 doz. 
at 3.00; molasses, 87 gals, at 
62c; salt, 2 bbls. at 5.60; 
matches, 1 case at 4.60, 1 
case at 6.40; cleaning ma- 
terials, 39.45; peas, 692 lbs. 
at 10c; haddie, 68 doz. at 
2.25; powdered sugar, 100 lbs. 
at 9y 2 c, 50 lbs. at 9%c; 
oysters, 2 qts. at 90c; cocoa, 
2 doz. at 2.40, 2 doz. at 2.45; 
soap. 1 case at 3.60, 10 cases 
at 5.15; corn starch, 680 lbs. 
at 10c ; washing soda, 1 keg 
at 4.50, 1 keg at 7.50, 1 keg at 
9,38; yellow sugar, 8 bags at 
8.08, 16 bags at 8.21, 10 bags 
at 8.51; washing blue, 60 lbs. 
at 19c; cheese, 431 lbs. at 
23y 2 c; lard, 60 lbs. at 31c; 
• jelly powders, 12 doz. at 1.15; 
nutmeg, 5 lbs. at 50c; rice, 
2,600 lbs. at 8c; syrup, 1,022 
lbs. at IMc. ; corn meal, 4 
bags at 6.00, 2 bags at 6.50; 



153 20 

4 35 
176 05 



tea, 1,500 lbs. at 37y 2 c; sun- 
dries, 17.23 4,582 



878 97 
27 35 

148 50 

598 29 



Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seeds . . 
Simpson, Robert, Co., Ltd., uni- 
forms, 36 at 16.75; trousers, 

1 pr. at 5.75 

Smallman & Ingram, dress, 1 at 
3.25; duck, 24 yds. at 35c, 6 
yds. at 48c; gingham, 23 yds. 
at 38c; sateen, 8 yds. at 50c; 

sundries, 90c 

Smith, Son, & Clark, interments 
Smith, A. M., & Co., tea, 3,438 
lbs. at 38c; rice flour, 1,320 
lbs. at 10c; sago, 351 lbs. at 
13c, 1,580 lbs. at 15c; paper 
bags, 31.21; flour, 5 bags at 
10.75; cheese, 401 lbs. at 23c; 
cleaning materials, 170.14; 
lard, 240 lbs. at 26%c, 480 
lbs. at 2714c, 120 lbs. at 
27 1 / 2 c, 240 lbs. at 31c, 180 
lbs. at 32y,c; split peas, 600 
lbs. at 10c; corn flour, 5 bags 
at 6.00; tapioca, 360 lbs. at 
13c, 1,694 lbs. at 16c; tobacco, 
60 lbs. at 54c, 24 lbs. at 64c, 
lOOy, lbs. at 74c, 168 lbs. at 
92c, 102 lbs. at 1.16, 262% 
lbs. at 1.39; nutmegs, 1 lb. at 
45c; cocoa, 8 doz. at 2.45; 
sugar, 50 bags at 8.37, 10 bags 
at 8.47, ' 37 bags at 8.87, 25 
bags at 9.01, 50 bags at 9.02, 5 
bags at 9.32, 2 bags at 9.50; 
matches, 1 case at 5.00, 1 case 
at 11.50, 1 case at 13.10. 1 
case at 23.00; prunes, 500 lbs. 
at 12c; corn flakes, 2 cases at 
4.00, 5 cases at 4.25; canned 
salmon, 100 doz. at 2.25; soap, 
20 cases at 5.50; syrup. 1,657 
lbs. at 7c, 678 lbs. at 7V + c; 
corn starch, 250 lbs. at 8c, 
240 lbs. at IOMjc; cornmeal, 3 
bags at 6.25; salt, 1 bbl.- at 
4.85, 1 bbl. at 5.25, 1 bbl. at 
5.45; beans, 8 5-12 bus. at 
6.00, 33% bus. at 6.50; jelly 
powder, 2 gro. at 13.80; toilet 
paper, 1 case at 12.50, 1 case 
at 13.70; molasses,. 113 gals, 
at 60c; vinegar, 151 gals, at 
31c; fly paper, 3 cases at 
4.60; raisins, 250 lbs. at 
13V>c.: sardines, 25 tins at 
14c; glucose, 2,079 lbs, at 

27V 2 c; sundries, 67.13 

Smith" Chancey, sundry fruits. 
Smith, C. R., Stationery Co., 

stationery 

Smith, E. D., & Son, Ltd., fruit 
trees 



29 



608 75 



28 17 
132 00 



6,623 
48 



101 34 



122 85 



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197 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, London. — Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



Spramotor Co., implement re- 
pairs ; 

Steele, Briggs Seed' Co., Ltd., 
seeds, plants, etc 

Sterling Bros., Ltd., gaiters, 50 
prs. at 1.85; shoes, 60 prs. at 
1.85, 124 prs. at 2.25, 120 prs. 
at 2.75; slippers, 92 prs. at 
1.75, 4 prs. at 2.25; rubber 
boots, 1 pr. at 4.00 

Stevens, J., & Son, Co., Ltd., 
medical supplies 

Sundry newspapers /and peri- 
odicals, subscriptions, 14.25; 
advertising, 80c 

Tamlin, C. S., veterinary ser- 
vices 

Tanton, J., & Son, salt, 10 bags 
at 80c, 15 bbls. at 2.20, 15 
bbls. at 2.35, 5 bbls. at 2.50, 
10 bbls. at 2.60; oatmeal, 5 
bags at 4.90, 5 bags at 5.10; 
oats, 21,760 lbs. at 2.90 cwt., 
520 lbs. at 3.00" cwt.; barley, 
515 lbs. at 3.40 cwt.; corn 
meal, 27 bags at 6.50, 6 bags 
at 6.75; rolled oats, 1,000 lbs. 
at 2.35 cwt, 1,000 lbs. at 2.85 
cwt; corn, 515 lbs. at 3.75 
cwt.; 1,000 lbs. at 4.00 cwt.. 1 

Thompson, W. J., & Sons, re- 
pairs to vehicles 

Tonkin, James, potatoes, 300 
bags at 1.80 

Topping, Arthur, trav. expenses 

Tower-Canadian, Ltd., duck 
covers, 1 doz 

Trafford, Wm, Furniture Co., 
carpet sweeper 

Valley Camp Coal Co., coal, 
2,737 tons 1,900 lbs. at 5.38.. 14 

Vernon, H., & Son, city direc- 
'tories, 3 copies 

Victoria Hospital, medical sup- 
plies 



6 69 
197 61 



986 


50 


57 


41 


15 


05 


148 


81 



,156 


23 


21 


25 


540 


00 


72 


15 


55 


25 


3 


75 


,730 


19 


15 


00 


3 


40 



Vita, Mike, services as musician 

Webb, Jas., livery hire 

West Disinfecting Co., liquid 
soap, 44 gals, at 1.95, 44 gals, 
at 2.10, 10 gals, at 3.40; paper 
towels, 2 cases at 13.50; roach 
powder, 24 lbs. at 1.00; clean- 
ser, 5 gals, at 2.50 

Western Fair Assn., manure . . 

Westman, A., pencil sharpener, 
1.25; shovels, i doz. at 12.00, 
1 doz. at 18.00; handles, % 
doz. at 3.00, 1 doz. at 3.25, 1 
doz. at 4.00; brushes, 1 doz. at 
2.25; clipper plate, 3.25; 
axes, 4 at 1.50; razors, 3 at 
1.75; toilet clippers, 1 pr. at 
2.75; pencils, % gro. at 3.00; 
barbers' shears, 1 pr. at 1.35; 
axe handles, 6 at 40c; skate 
straps, 2 doz. at 1.75; hair 
clippers, 1 pr. at 2.75; manilla 
rope, 10 lbs. at 40c; blue- 
stone, 450 lbs. at 18c, cotton 
twine, 10 lbs. at 75c, 5 lbs. at 
85c; wire, 187% lbs. at 6y 2 c; 
sundry hardware, 50.30 .... 

Wilkinson, Wm., services 
threshing 

Wilson, W. J., veterinary ser- 
vices 

Wright, Jas., & Co., iron hard- 
ware, etc 

Wright, Sons, & Co., caps, 
20 7-12 doz. at 6.50; mitts, 5 
doz. at 7.50, 10 doz. at 9.00; 
hats, 6 doz. at 6.00, 25 at 
1.85 

Young, J., shears, 14 prs. at 
60c, 2 prs. at 80c; sundries, 
88c 

Ziegler, Dr. C. H., dental ser- 
vices 



30 00 
106 00 



275 70 
35 00 



230 99 
81 00 
50 50 

132 80 

343 54 

10 88 
3 50 



Maintenance and repairs of all buildings, roads, walks, grounds and fences ($6,572.16) 



Baines & Peckover, expanded 

metal 195 21 

Benson-Wilcox Electric ' Co., 

Co, electrical supplies 4 19 

Brick Mfg. Supply Co., Ltd., 

lime, plaster, hair, etc 792 86 

Brownlee, J. A., asbestos, galv. 

iron, etc 395 82 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Man ville 

Co., Ltd., roof putty 12 00 

Chown Hardware Co., paint, 

oils, etc 15 00 

Colerick Bros., wallpaper .... 15 30 

Deller. Wm. H., tile 51 70 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., 

Ltd., window guards 35 10 



Dominion Paving & Contracting 
Co., Ltd., carbolite carbo- 
lineum 

Gerry, Wm., & Sons, window 
frames 

Hayman & Mills, fire brick and 
clay 

Howard, J. H., keys 

Howden, D. H., & Co., Ltd., roof- 
ing, putty and hardware sup- 
plies 1 

Howie, Wm., lumber 2, 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., oil 

International Varnish Co., Ltd., 
damp proofing compound . . 

Jones Bros., sash, doors, etc.. 



30 


00 


87 
12 


00 
21 


,016 

,292 

18 


65 

3?. 

28 


29 90 

60 50 



198 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Xo. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, London.— Continued. 

Maintenance and repairs of all buildings, roads, walks, grounds and fences.— Continued 

33 69 



London Brush Co., brushes . . 

London Hardware Co., paint, 
oils, etc 44 95 

McClary Mfg. Co., brick rests. 8 23 

McGregor, Banwell Fence Co., 
wire fencing 21 93 

McKay, Win., services as car- 
penter Ill 73 

Martin-Senour Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 92 50 

Meakins & Sons, Ltd., paint 

brushes 15 40 



Moss, Geo., gravel 178 50 

Riddle, Charles, repairs to 

buildings 165 80 

Sarnia Fence Co., Ltd., wire 

fencing and grates '. . . 218 50 

Warwick Brick Works, brick. . . 38 50 
Westman, A., hardware, paint, 

oils, etc 462 70 

Wright, James, & Co., paints, 

oils, etc 14 63 



Maintenance and repairs of plumbing, steam and electric plants, Including engineers' supplies ($5,947.66) 



130 


r>s 


59 


67 


258 


5S 


10 


21 


148 
3 


40 
00 



American-La France Fire En- 
gine Co. of Can., Ltd., fire 
axes 4 00 

Armstrong Cork & Insulation • 
Co., Ltd., pipe covering, 
valves, etc 

Armstrong, Fred. Co., Ltd., 
plumbing supplies 

Benson-Wilcox Electric Co., 
electrical supplies 

Blakeslee, G. S., & Co., Ltd., 
machinery repairs 

Boiler Repair & Grate Bar Co., 
boiler repairs 

Bristol Co., charts 

Brown, Leonard, plumbing re- 
pairs, 114.40; trav. expenses, 
7.90 122 30 

Brownlee, J. A., galvanized iron, 
tin, etc 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., 
Ltd., machinery repairs .... 

Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies .... 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville 
Co., Ltd., pipe covering .... 

Canadian Oil Co's., Ltd., gaso- 
line, oils, etc 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. 

Cliilds, H. J., chemicals 

Cowan's Colossal Hardware, 

wire cable 16 00 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., 
Ltd., repairs, 5.60; lavatory 
partitions, 136.00 141 60 

Doidge Mfg. Co., Ltd., chain, 
sprockets, etc 41 16 

Dom. Express Co., charges 11 46 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods 
Co., Ltd., rubber hose, 500 ft. 
at 80c; couplings, 2.50 402 50 

Empire Mfg. Co., Ltd., plumb- 
ing supplies 700 48 

Garlock Packing Co., gaskets, . 
etc 83 67 

Graham, W. H., leather 6 60 

G.T.Ry. Sys., freight charges . 16 69 



75 
19 


21 
46 


52 


50 


66 


32 


383 


57 


77 
26 

1 


61 

72 
00 



Qreer, A. B., & Son, steel tank, 
375.00; compressor, 245.00 . 

Horlock, G. G., graffilo 

Howden, D. H., & Co., Ltd., iron, 
hardware, etc 

Ideal Engine & Packing Co., 
washers 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., oil 

International Varnish Co., Ltd., 
damp proofing compound . . . 

Jefferson Glass Co., Ltd., glass 

Johnson Temperature Regulat- 
ing Co. of Canada, Ltd., valve 
diaphragm 

Leonard, E., & Sons, Ltd., ma- 
chinery parts 

London Engine Supplies Co., 
Ltd., belting, steam hose, gas- 
kets, etc 

London Foundry Co., Ltd., cast- 
ings 

London Gas Power Co., Ltd., 
carburator levers and plungers 

London Hardware Co., iron, 
hardware, etc 

McClary Mfg. Co., castings 

Manny, E. S., Co., steam traps 

Mason Regulator & Engineering 
Co., reducing valve 

People's Electrical Co., elec- 
trical supplies 

Public Utilities Commission, 
rental of motor, 9.85; iron 
cord, etc., 3.70 

Robertson, J. Co., Ltd., plumbing 
supplies 

Shell Bar Boico Supply Co., 
boico 

Smith, H., cartage 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., laundry 
furnace 

Spramotor "Co., hose 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., iron 
castings 

Vulcan Co., Ltd., castings 

Westman, A., iron, hardware, 
etc 

Wiley, H. O., repairs to boilers 



620 
3 


00 
50 


6 


50 


4 

7 


00 
63 


11 

37 


50 
03 


2 


00 


37 


80 


48 


52 


3 


30 


11 


72 


29 
19 
50 


30 
60 
00 


26 


72 


129 


65 


13 


55 


102 


60 


180 
39 


90 
00 


27 

1 


50 
61. 


1 
3 


28 
59 


96 
158 


92 

82 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



199 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, London. — Continued. 

Maintenance and repairs of plumbing, steam and electric plants, including engineers supplies. Continued. 

iron, hard- 



Wilson & Cousins, nozzles and 

straps 40 40 

Winnett, Richard & Son, Ltd., 

repairs to heating plant .... 406 90 



Wright, J., & Co. 
ware, etc 



966 53 



Maintenance and replacements of all furniture and furnishings ($14 307,45) 



Adams, E., & Co., pails, etc. . . 11 75 
Barnard, J., cleaning and re- 
pairing clocks 5 25 

Belton. G. H., Lumber Co., 

shavings 2 10 

Benson Wilcox Electric Co., elec- 
trical supplies 250 20 

Blakeslee, G. S., & Co., Ltd., 

link and meat clamp 8 28 

Braid-Weave Rug Industry, 

frames 15 00 

Brownlee, J. A., iron, hardware 

and kitchen utensils 246 70 

Can. Oil Co.'s Ltd., gasoline 3 50 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 9 00 

Chaplain, J. H., pillows 4 50 

Childs, H. J., chemicals 19 15 

Cowan's Colossal Hardware, 

iron, hardware, etc 3 07 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works Co., 

Ltd., basket 3 50 

Dominion Linens, Ltd., linen 
towelling, sheeting, quilts, 

etc 2,541 90 

Empire Mfg. Co., Ltd., handle 

for pump 35 

Fruit Machinery Co., Ltd., 
slicer, 150.00; parer, 45.00; 

N sundries, 5.08 200 08 

Garlock Packing Co., packing, 

etc 19 24 

Gas Appliance Co., tank heater 23 00 
Graham, W. H., machine needles 60 * 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges. . 7 92 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., steam 

kettles and steamers 831 48 

HoVden, T. H., & Co., iron, 
hardware, etc., 154.92; kitchen 

supplies, 32.63 187 55 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., oil, etc. 60 46 
Johns Hopkins Press, subscrip- 
tion to American Journal of 

Insanity 5 25 

Johnson & Barbour, crockery, 

glassware, etc 770 92 

Kingsmill, T. F., rugs, carpet, 

etc 225 95 

Labatt, John, Ltd., puncheons, 

4 at 2.00 8 00 

London Box Mfg. & Lumber 

Co., Ltd., apple boxes 8 75 

London Engine Supplies Co., 
Ltd., thermometers, etc 8 70 



London Hardware Co., iron, 
hardware, etc 

McClary Mfg. Co., repairs to 
range, etc 

McMahon & Granger Co., blan- 
kets, ticking, sheeting, cot- 
ton, etc 

Mason & Risch, Ltd., organ .... 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
blankets, sheets, towels, pil- 
low cases, etc 

Mitchell's Cooperage, apple bar- 
rels 

Morgan's Supply House, incu- 
bator supplies 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd., elec- 
trical supplies 

Ontario Furniture Co., sewing 
machines, 2 at 28.50; machine 
repairs, 6.85 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
bath cradles 

Ontario Showcase Co., showcase 

Public Utilities Commission, 
toaster mounts 

Red Star News Co., paper nap- 
kins, etc 

Sanitary Can Co., Ltd., sanitary 
cans 

Scandrett Bros., mouse traps 
and pails 

Shell Bar Boico Supply Co., 
boico 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
needles, etc 

Smallman & Ingram, shadow 
cloth, pillows, etc 

Smith, A. M., & Co., pails 

Stevens, J., & Son, Co., Ltd., 
medical supplies 

Stockwell Dye Works, dyeing 
curtains 

Sutherland Bros., commodes . s 

Trafford, Wm, Furniture Co., 
chairs, couches, etc 

Tune, C. H., Ltd., casks, 2 at 
8.00 

Westman, A., iron hardware, 
etc., 168.55; paint, oils, etc., 
18.45; kitchen supplies, 234.76 

Wright, Jas., & Co., leather, sea 
grass, etc 



28 


65 


111 


42 


2,206 
40 


03 

00 


4,061 


65 


20 


00 


1 


14 


222 


75 



63 85 



51 
104 


00 
00 


3 


00 


2 


95 


46 50 


12 


15 


56 


90 


2 


16 


74 
16 


44 

20 


39 


71 


3 
15 


00 
00 


682 


03 


16 


00 


421 


76 


523 


01 



Live stock, vehicles and farm implements ($659.65) 



Anderson, John, scuffler, 
repairs to implements, 



17.00; 
18.00 



35 00 



Brethour, 
boar . 



J. E., & Nephews, 



50 00 



200 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, London. — Continued. 

Live stock, vehicles and farm implements.— Continued. 

DeLaval Co., Ltd., machinery Richardson, J. W., bull 250 00 

parts 69 50 Thompson, W. J., & Sons, cutter 50 00 

Dominion Seeds, Ltd., brooder 25" 00 Wright, Jas., & Co., carriage 

Fleming & Houghtby, cultivator 17 50 top 18 23 

Kelly, J., pullets 15 12 Young, J., repairs to imple- 

Mann, C. A., & Co., pullets .. 64 50 ments, 28.80; scuffler, 15.00 .. 43 80 
Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., double 

mould board 21 00 



Drainage of farm lands ($135.80) 
Ontario Reformatory Industries, tile 



135 80 



Allowance to employees of Hospital for Insane, London, for loss of personal effects by fire ($634.75) 

Sabiston, A 416 75 



Horton, S. 
McMullan, S 



103 25 
114 75 



Donation to London Fire Brigade for services rendered London Hospital for Insane during fire 

of June. 1916 ($150.00) 



London Fire Brigade, Secretary-Treasurer 



150 00 



Hospital for Insane, Mimico. 

Salaries ($45,213.87) 

N. H. Beemer, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2.800 00 

J. Rollins, M.D.: Eight do Asst. Superintendent 1.133 00 

A. Brown, M.D.: Twelve do Second Asst. Physician 1,200 00 

J. McArthur, M.D.: One-half do Third do 44 80 

J.Wells: Seven do Dentist 175 00 

Alex. Murray: Twelve do Clerk and Stenographer 1,200 00 

Margaret Pattison: Nine do do 450 00 

R. Elkin: Twelve do .Storekeeper 1.300 00 

Jessie Blyth : do Matron 700 00 

E. Cose: do Laundryman 560 00 

Geo. Dea: do Baker 750 00 

Jno. Gourlay: do Engineer, Main Building .... 1,000 00 

Wm, Wilkinson: do Asst. Engineer 750 00 

A. .Smith: do Electrician 780 00 

R. Maxwell : do 'Carpenter 750 00 

C. Hurren: Nine and one-half do Mason 591 25 

E. Carrington: Two do do 100 00 

Jacob Rutton : Twelve do Painter 650 00 

W. E. Stock: . do Farmer 950 00 

Thos. Pattison: do Asst. Farmer 700 00 

S. Matheson : do Gardener 840 00 

Thos. Burgess: do Asst. Gardener 492 00 

W. Mathewson : do do 492 00 

Chief Attendants, Attendants and Nurses: 20.193 96 

Domestic Help : 3,735 03 

Stokers: 1,684 83 

Farm Hands: . 1,080 00 

Temporary Assistance. 112 00 



Adams, F., tea, 1,581 lbs. at 
36c, -2,000 lbs. at 37c; rice, 
1,000 lbs. at 10c; coffee, 25 
lbs. at 23c; salmon, 160 doz. 
at 2.25 1,774 91 

Aldridge, L., expenses re eloper 27 35 



Expenses ($02,837.52) 

Ames, Holdcn, McCready, Ltd., 
boots, 25 prs. at 2.60, 13 prs. 
at 2.75, 112 prs. at 3.00, 3 prs. 
at 4.00, 3 prs. at 4.35; less 
discount, 50c 461 30 



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201 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Anderson, Macbeth, Ltd., caps, 
12 doz. at 9.00; straw hats, 
4 doz. at 10.50, 5 doz. at 3.75 168 75 
Andrew, W., oranges, 6% doz. 3 33 

Armstrong & Pafford, Ltd., soda 
biscuits, 125% lbs. at 12c; 
evap. peaches, 1,000 lbs. at 
19c; salt, 5 bbls. at 2.50, 5 
bbls. at 2.75, 2 bbls. at 3.95, 
7 bags at 95c; sundries, 4.57; 
currants, 108 lbs. at 23c; 
sugar, 20 bags at 8.74, 3 bags 
at 8.14, 2 bags at 9.06, 10 bags 
at 9.49; cornstarch, 80 lbs. at 
lie, 200 lbs. at 10%c; 
corn flakes, 1 case at 4.25; 
sago, 261 lbs. at 15V 2 c; 
prunes, 1,000 lbs. at 12%c; 
tapioca, 130 lbs. at 15V 2 c; 

less credits, 2.50 804 70 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., wyandotte soda, 
2,800 lbs. at 3.48, 11,200 lbs. 

at 4.02, 5,600 lbs. at 4.07 775 60 

Bateman-Wilkinson Co., Ltd., 

implement repairs 19 36 

Beemer, Dr. N. H., trav. ex- 
penses * 1 70 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 262.00; messages, 

17.11 279 11 

Bonner, J., insecticide, 10 gals. 

at 2.50 2S 00 

Brock, W. R., & Co., Ltd., safety 
pins, 96 doz. at 30c; pins, 4 
gro. at 2.05; combs, 8 doz. at 
1.25, 4 doz. at 1.35, 6 doz. at 
45c, 17 doz. at 1.50, 12 doz. 
at 85c, 12 doz. at 1.80; 
thread, 7 gro. at 8.40; boot 
laces, 12 gro. at 1.44, 12 gro. at 
J.10; hair pins, 36 pkgs. at 
20c, 1 gro. at 3.60, 1 gro. at 
6.30, 36 lbs. at 27y 2 e; coating, 
112^ yds. at 2.50; sweater 
coats, 114 doz. at 30.00, 7-12 
doz. at 39.00, 1% doz. at 33.00, 
6-12 doz. at 32.00, 6-12 doz. at 
36.00; underskirts, 1 doz. at 
9.00; waists, *4 .doz. at 36.00, 
1-12 doz. at 27.00; collars, 12 
doz. at 1.25, 5 doz. at 4.50, 2 
doz. at 2.75, 2 doz. at 3.00, 12 
doz. at 1.75; ties, 19 V- doz. at 
2.25; mitts, 2 doz. at 3.25; 2 
doz. at 3.50, 1% doz. at 2.10, 

3 doz. at 2.40, 1 doz. at 4.25; 
shirts, y b doz. at 21.00, 1% doz. 
at 12.00; cardigan jackets, 1 
at 2.84; thimbles, 6 doz at 
37% a; gloves, 4V 2 doz. at 3.25, 

4 doz. at 3.75, 15 doz. at 8.50; 
clouds, 1 doz. at 4.50; bar- 

14. p. a. I ',- .11 



rettes, 2 11-12 doz. at 1.35; 
scarfs, 1 doz. at 4.50; shawls, 
5-12 doz. at 6.50, y 2 doz. at 
6.00; handkerchiefs, 10 doz. 
at 1.00, 6 doz. at 1.20, 12 doz. 
at 75c; belts, 1 doz. at 4.00; 
socks, 84 doz. at 3.00, 10 doz. 
at 2.75, 14 doz. at 2.25; linen, 
90 yds. at 28y 2 c, 25 yds. at 
95c, 94 y 2 yds. at 55c; ticking, 
115% yds. at 45c; buttons, 
assorted, 17.35; shirting, 105 
yds. at 27y 2 c, 299 yds. at 
33' / ._.c:, 220 yds. at 37y 2 c, 
6<T9Vi yds. at 40c, 549% yds. 
at 38%c, 274 yds. at 50c; 
suiting, 50 yds. at 27y>c; 
gingham, 109y> yds. at 23%c; 
cotton, 88 yds. at 16c, 114% 
yds. at 17y 2 c, 8314 yds. at 
17c, 42 yds. at 27y 2 c; tape, 
2 gro. at 2.10; braces, 12 doz. 
at 2.75; corsets, 1% doz. at 
8.00, 1% doz. at 11.50, 1% doz. 
at 12.50; corset laces. 5 gro. 
at 4.50; flannelette, 477y» yds. 
at 35%e, 4?i L> yds. at 3~8y 2 c, 
536 y 2 yds. at 27y 2 c; less dis- 
counts, 116.41 2,724 67 

Brown Bros. Co., Nurserymen, 

Ltd., trees, plants, etc 8 40 

Bursar, The, expenses of nurses 

at C. N. E. exhibit 8 80 

Canada Brokerage Co., Ltd., 
raisins, 250 lbs. at ll%c, 50 
lbs. at 14c; salt, 5 bbls. at 
2.60, S bbls. at 2.75, 2 bbls. at 
5.00; sardines, 1 case at 9.00; 
vinegar, 32 gals, at 27c, 32 
gals, at 29c, 67 gals, at 32c; 
sugar, 20 lbs. at 10.25; 56 lbs. 
at 9.44, 1,000 lbs. at 8.14, 400 
lbs. at 8.55, 700 lbs. at 8.05, 
1,300 lbs. at 8.58, 1,000 lbs. at 
8.08, 2,800 lbs. at 8.83, 3,500 
lbs. at 8.33, 1,000 lbs. at 8.88, 
2,000 lbs. at 9.24, 1,000 lbs. 
8.64, 656 lbs. at 9.59; matches, 
4 cases at 4.60; pipes, 3 boxes 
at 1.20; rice, 20 bags at 8.25, 
15 bags at 10.00; prunes. 1,000 
lbs. at ll%c. 1,000 lbs. at lie, 
500 lbs. at 15c; soda biscuits, 
124 lbs. at 12c, 25 lbs. at 10c , 
249 lbs. at 13c, 14714 lbs. at 
15c; cornmeal, 1 bag at 7.00, 
1 bag at 7.50; sago, 435 lbs. 
at 15c; corn starch, 160 lbs. 
at lie, 200 lbs. at 10 %c; 
barley, 1 bag at 6.50; barrels 
and boxes, 23.50; tea, 590 lbs. 
at 38c; tapioca, 262 lbs. at 
15c; canned salmon, 80 doz. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Insane, Mimico. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



at 2.25, 8 doz. at 2.35; less dis- 
counts, 23.75 2 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 

Cor, Ltd., rubber boots, 2 prs. 

, at 3.60, 1 pr. at 4.35, 2 prs. at 

6.00, 1 pr. at 3.75; overshoes, 

9 prs. at 1.70, 1 pr. at 2.20; 
rubbers, 4 doz. at 90c; garden 
hose, 500 ft. at 10c; couplings, 

10 sets at 30c; sundries, 63c; 
less discount, 1.58 

Canadian Countryman Pub. Co., 
Ltd., subscription 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Canadian Oil Co.'s Ltd., oil, 41 
gals, at 80c, 237.86 gals, at 
21c, 478.22 gals, at 22c; bar- 
rels, 16.00; parafflne' wax, 200 
lbs at 14 V£c, 200 lbs. at 16c. . 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., messages.. 

Carey Bros., cartage 

Carter & Leonard, oysters, 2% 
qts. at 1.00 

Caslor, J., repairs to mowers . . 

Club Coffee Co., coffee, 25 lbs. 
at 22c, 150 lbs. at 27c; con- 
tainer, 1.25 

Cole, P., sundry newspapers, 
subscriptions 

Consumers' Cordage Co., Ltd., 
cordage, 400 lbs. at % 28c; less 
freight paid, 1.50 

Crown Chemical Co., Ltd., metal 
polish, 3 doz. at 3.00 

Customs, H. M., duty charges.. 1 

Dalton Bros., mustard, 50 lbs. 
20c, 50 lbs. at 25c; baking 
powder, 50 lbs. at 20c; cocoa, 
120 lbs. at 30c; pepper, 70 
lbs. at 35c, 25 lbs. at 40c . . 

Dalton Spice Co., Ltd., mustard, 
50 lbs. at 25c; pepper, 35 lbs. 
at 43c, 1 lb. at 30c; cocoa, 
60 lbs. at 30c 

Depart. -of Agriculture, Toronto, 
seed wheat, 26 bus. at 2.74 . . 

Doan & Charles, Ltd., coal, 630 
tons 200 lbs. at 7.85, 248 tons 
1,000 lbs. at 8.05, 80 tons, 
1.400 lbs. at 8.15, 803 tons 
1,800 lbs. at 8.50 14, 

Doyle. M.. Fish Co., Ltd., fish, 
18,950 lbs. at 10c 1 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., milk, 7 gals, 
at 35c; buttermilk, 18 gals, 
at 20c 

Evening Telegram, Toronto, 
advertising 

Fancy Goods Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., pipes, 4 doz. at 4.00, 8 
doz. at 4.25; less discount, 1.00 

Farmers' Feed Co., Ltd., grains, 
38,880 lbs. at 1.75 



758 24 



100 45 

2 00 
93 45 



261 95 

233 43 

52 

25 00 

2 50 

23 75 



47 25 
27 00 

110 50 

9 00 
219 29 



103 00 

45 85 
71 24 



,437 


63 


,895 


00 


6 


-05 


3 


85 


49 


00 


680 


40 



Fenny, J. W., Candy Co., can- 
dies, 310 lbs. at 15c, 34 lbs. 
at 20c 

Fleischmann Co., yeast, 204 lbs. 
at 30c, 108 lbs. at 35c 

Foerster, C, sundry provisions 

Giles, J. S., whiskey, 35 gals, at 
4.50; alcohol, 7 gals, at 7.50, 
5 gals, at 8.50 

Gillette Safety Razor Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., razor blades, 

36 doz. at 75c 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges, 

2,712.60; rental of siding, 44.57 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., stationery 
and office supplies 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages . . 

Grenadier Ice Co., ice, 304 tons 
700 lbs. at 90c 

Gunns, Ltd., geese, 205 lbs. at 
25c; chickens, 11% lbs. at 
36c, 4% lbs. at 28c 

Harcourt, E. H., & Co., Ltd.,, 
books, 40.00; printing, 5.50 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., eggs, 
60 doz. at 41c, 270 doz. at 
42c, 60 doz. at 43c, 60 doz. 
at 45c, 60 doz. at 47c, 360 
doz. at 48c, 1,470 doz. at 49c, 
60 doz. at 50c, 150 doz. at 
51c, 60 doz. at 52c, 120 doz. 
at 53c; butter, 12,370 lbs. at 

37 7-lOc, 4,088 lbs. at 48c; 
cheese, 848 lbs. at 24c; oleo- 
margarine, 3,136 lbs. at 31c, 
3,976 lbs. at 31%c, 448 lbs. 
at 32c; less credits, 5.28 

Henderson, H., refreshments for 
patients at C. N. E .* 

Henry, A. L., cockerels, 3 at 2.00 

Hopkins, F. E., veterinary ser- 
vices 

Hopkins, T. N., cleaning chim- 
neys 

Humphrey, F. W., gelatine, 10 
lbs. at 90c; borax, 20 lbs. at 
17c; black lead, V4 gro. at 
2.80; biscuits, 139y 2 lbs. at 
15c; sundries, 6.36; corn 
flakes, 1 case at 4.25; boxes, 
4.00; blue, 6 boxes at 1.80, 10 
lbs. at 23c; starch, 200 lbs. at 
11.50, 200 lbs. at 10.50, 200 
lbs. at 11.25, 1 keg at 9.25; 
corn starch, 80 lbs. at lie, 40 
lbs. at 10c, 80 lbs. at 10%c; 
tobacco, 105 lbs. at 65c, 96 
lbs. at 96c; molasses, 29 gals, 
at 53c; barley, 1 bag at 5.50, 
1 bag at 2.90; candied peels, 
14 lbs. at 35c, 20 lbs. at 32c; 
cornmeal, 1 bag at 6.50; chlor- 
ide of lime, 13 cases at 2.60, 
10 cases at 2.50; stove polish, 



53 30 

99 00 
5 28 



252 50 

27 00 

2,757 17 

79 40 
16 28 

274 37 

56 56 
45 50 



i,505 33 


33 80 
6 00 


12 00 


27 00 



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203 



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Hospital for Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 



12 doz. at 85c, 24 doz. at 90c; 
sugar, 500 lbs. at 8.99, 100 lbs. 
at 8.66, 1,000 lbs. at 8.74, 600 
lbs. at 9.14, 500 lbs. at 8.44, 
800 lbs. at 8.14, 200 lbs. at 
8.54, 600 lbs. at 8.56, 200 lbs. 
at 8.16, 1,000 lbs. at 8.46, 100 
lbs. at 8.91, 1,000 lbs. at 8.31, 
200 lbs. at 9.29, 500 lbs. at 
9.54, 200 lbs. at 9.39; candies, 
2 tins at 1.50; nuts, 40 lbs. at 
18y 2 c, 40 lbs. at 23c. r 40 lbs. 
at 19c, 40 lbs. at 15c, 5 lbs. 
at 45c; raisins, 2 cases at 
5.75, 1 case at 8.00; dates, 72 
lbs. at 13c; bathbrick, 4 doz. 
at 1.00, 2 doz. at 90c; salt, 2 
bbls. at 4.90, 1 bbl. at 5.30, 
2 bbls. at 4.50, 5 bbls. at 2.75; 
tapioca, 1 sack at 26.97. 328 
lbs. at 14V&C; rice, 5 bags at 
8.50; prunes. 500 lbs. at 15c, 
500 lbs. at 12 1/2 c, 1,000 lbs. at 
12*4c; mustard, 2 doz. at 
1.80; sauce, 1 doz. at 1.40; 
nutmegs, 5 lbs. at 50c; 
matches. 4 cases at 4.90, 4 
cases at 13.30; sago, 281 lbs. 
at 14V 2 c 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion of Ontario, electric cur- 
rent 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., gasoline, 
oil, etc 

Imperial Tobacco Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 84 lbs. at 5Gc, 28 lbs. at 
65c, 1,110 lbs. at 70c, 48 lbs. 
at 92c, 912 lbs. at 96c; less 
discount, 183.46 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., drugs and 
chemicals 

Invalided Soldiers' Commission 
^Industries, brooms, 10 doz. at 
6.40 

Jacobi, P., leather, 34 lbs. at 
68c. 2 lbs. at 17Voc, 2 lbs. at 
18V 2 c, 2 lbs. at 19c, 2 lbs. at 
20c, 3 lbs. at 23c, 33V 2 lbs. 
at 67c, 16y 2 ft. at 65c; sun- 
dries. 50c; less discount, 2.49 

Janes Electric Co., dials, 1 box 
at 

Jones Bros., & Co., Ltd., bar- 
ber's clippers, 3 prs. at 60c, 
1 pr. at 85c 

Kennedy, J. H., repairs to ve- 
hiVTes 

Kirkpatrick, W. A., axle, grease, 
15 lbs. at 10c; combs. 3 at 
33^ t c, 3 at 25c; reoairs, 
41.10; brushes, 3 at 63%c, 3 
33% 

Lake. W. H., wicks. 8 doz. at 
80c, 2 doz. at 85c; soap, 4 
doz. cakes at 1.50; mops, 2 



Expenses.— Continued. 

doz. at 9.75; fly paper, 3 cases 
at 5.50; mop sticks, 1 doz. at 
5.75; clothes wringer, 1 at 
8.00; candles, 5 doz. at 20c; 
liquid veneer, 6 bots. at 50c; 
washboards, 1 doz. at 5.75 . , 73 60 
Landy, J. J. M., sundry goods 1 80 

Lewis, Rice, & Son., Ltd., shovels, 
!/4 doz. at 5.55; 1 doz. at 3.92, 
% doz. at 16.30; toilet clip- 
pers, y> doz. at 15.54, % doz. 
at 17.14; forks, y 2 doz. at 
13.32; grease, 6 pails at 
1.10 y 2 ; iron hardware, 76.91 114 49 
Lyons, G. A., shorts, 8,000 lbs. 

lbs. at 23.00 184 00 

McDonald, M., oranges, 1 doz. . 40 
McGrath, J. B., stabling for 
horses and meals for mes- 
senger 97 10 

Macdonald, J., & Co., Ltd., lin- 
ing, 43*4 yds. at 58c, 80 % 
yds. at 25c, 36 yds. at 40c; 
suiting, 26 yds. at 2.00; 176% 
yds. at 2.25, 25 yds. at 1.60, 
6 yds. at 1.35, 55% yds. at 
3.50; canvas, 50 yds. at 23c, 
1,706 72 150 yds. at 25c, 50 yds. at 

37V 2 c; tape measures, 1 doz. 
at 40c; thread, 5 gro. at 8.40, 
1,145 70 1-16 gro. at 14.50, 4 doz. at 

35c, 1 doz. at 1.00, 1-16 gro. 
137 05 at 13.00, 1 doz. at 2.53, 

V± gro. at 22.92, 3 gro. at 
8.40; buttons, assorted, 38.26; 
buckles, 8 doz. at 70c; 
hose, 1 doz. at 2.25, 6 doz. at 
1,578 46 - 5.25, 1 doz. at 2.65; hair 
cloth, 10 yds. at 30c; silesia, 
1,232 97 69 yds. at 36c; serge, 64 

yds. at 4.75; needles, 6 gro. 
at 2.50; tailors' chalk, 1 box 
64 00 at 40c; drill, 48 yds. at 26%c; 

tweed, 61% yds. at 3.00, 59 
yds. at 2.75; broadcloth, 1*4 
yds. at 4.25; combs, 13 doz. 
at 1.25, 12 doz. at 75c; pins, 
% gro. at 5.40, 36 pkgs. at 
22*/ 2 c; duck, 64 yds. at'41%C, 
100 yds. at 25c; shoe laces, 
12 gro. at 1.50; denim, 34% 
yds. at 65c; shirting, 120% 
yds. at 23V 2 c, 111 yds. at 
22% c, 41 yds. at 29%c; sew- 
ing silk, % gro. at 11.50, 1-16 
gro. at 16.00; less discounts, 

86.82 1,818 28 

MacLean Pub. Co., subscriptions 8 00 
Mail and Empire, advertising. . 77 70 
Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 
47 25 flour, 100 bags at 4.40; midd- 
lings, 100 bags at 1.75 615 00 

Marchment. S. W., manure, 363 
tons 100 lbs. at 1.25 453 81 



5 


83 


3 


50 


2 


65 


5 


50 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital for Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 
Expenses. — Continued. 



Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., imple- 
ment repairs 3 60 

Meakins & Sons, Ltd., brushes, 
10 doz. at 1.20, y 2 doz. at 
4.00, 2 doz. at 2.60, y 6 doz. at 
12.00, 5 doz. at 1.80; baskets, 1 
doz. at 13.75, 1-12 doz. at 8.00; 
tubs, % doz. at 23.70, y 2 doz. 
at 19.50 58 10 

Medland Bros., Ltd., canned 
salmon, 160 doz. at 2.25; 
syrup, 343 lbs. at 7 1 / &c; pot 
barley, 98 lbs. at 5^0.; sago, 
117 lbs. at 15c.; raisins, 125 
lbs. at ll%c; sundries, 11.31; 
rice, 1,000 lbs. at 9y 2 c; 
tapioca, 130 lbs. at 14y>c . . 548 21 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
smocks, 50 at 2.07; flannelette, 
2931/2 yds. at 12 %c, 298 y 2 yds. 
at 18c, 1,228% yds. at 21c, 
361 yds. at 18y±c, 333 Vi yds. 
at 12c, 604 yds. at 14c; over- 
alls, 8 doz. at 25.20, 50 at 2.22; 
stockings, 144 prs. at 34c; 
night gowns. 60 at 1.32; 
shirts, 300 at 1.06; sheeting, 
40 yds. at 40c 1 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
songs and solos, 150 at 18.00. . 

Michie & Co., Ltd., bacon,. 8 lbs. 
at 58c; sundries, 1.25 

Might Directories, Ltd., direc- 
tory 

Model Employment Agency, 
fees 

Musgrave Bros., music for 
dances 

" My Valet," cleaning 

Nelson, J., manure, 122 tons 300 
lbs. at 1.20 

Newspapers and magazines, 
subscriptions, 132.41; adver- 
tising, 12.39 

Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 
chemicals 

O'Connor, J. A., chopping grain 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats. 3V 2 bbls. at 7.08%, 
6y 2 hbls. at 8.40, 10 bbls. at 
9.90, 110 bbls. at 10.80; flour, 
754 y 2 bbls. at 10.95, 55 bbls. 
at 11.15; bran, 13y» tons at 
35.00; shorts, 30 tons at 
40.00; bags, 14.00 11,927 94 

Ontario Lime Co., Ltd., lime, 

y 2 ton at 11.00 5 50 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
beef, 1,267 lbs. at 14y 2 c, 711 
lbs. at 15c, 873 lbs. at 15y 2 c, 
1,071 lbs. at 16c, 346 lbs. at 
16%c, 5,798 lbs. at 17c, 4,861 
lbs. at 17y 2 c, 4,022 lbs. at 



417 


83 


27 


00 


5 


89 


10 


00 


1 


or> 


90 


00 


3 


75 



146 58 



144 80 

31 00 
116 00 



18c, 1,553 lbs. at 18y 2 c, 542 
lbs. at 19c, 2,701 lbs. at 19V 2 c, 
8,119 lbs. at 20c, 4,489 lbs. at 
20y 2 c;, 2,271 lbs. at 2iy 2 c, 
1,295 lbs. at 22c, 1,984 lbs. at 
22y 2 c, 2,385 lbs. at 23c, 3,302 
lbs. at '23y 2 c, 6,422 lbs. at 
24c, 1,682 lbs. at 24y 2 c, 4,465 
lbs. at 25c, 967 lbs. at 26c, 
1,604 lbs. at 27c; mutton, 103 
lbs. at 23c, 66 -lbs. at 19c, 46 
lbs. at 26c; corned beef, 200 
lbs. at 17c, 600 lbs. at 18c; 
headcheese, 241 lbs. at 13c, 
120 lbs. at 13y 2 c, 118 lbs. at 
14c, 75 lbs. at 15c; ox tongue, 
186 lbs. at 22c, 11 y 2 lbs. at 
30c, 26 lbs. at 23c, 209 lbs. 
at 27c, 124 lbs. at 26c; 
bologna. 115 lbs. at 15c, 52 
lbs. at 17c; hamburg steak, 
53 lbs. at 17c; smoked butts, 
102 lbs. at 30c; blood pud- 
dings, 49 lbs. at 15c; liver, 
99 lbs. at lie, 335 lbs. at 12c. 
687 lbs. at 13c; sausage, 107 
lbs. at 24c, 83 lbs. at 23c; 
jellied hock, 43 lbs. at 18c, 
38 lbs. at 20c; bacon, 50 lbs. 
at 42c. 105 lbs. at 40c; brawn, 
244 lbs. at 23c; baskets and 
barrels, 16.63; brooms, 20 
doz. at 4.25, 10 doz. at 6.40; 
less credits. 726.55 13, 

Orr, W. A., rental of land, 50 
acres 

Parke. Davis & Co., drugs and 
chemicals 

Parsons, Brown & Co., sugar, 
10 bags at 8.67, 10 bags at 
8.99; biscuits, 139 lbs. at 15c, 
50 lbs. at 13y>c; cinnamon, 
10 lbs. at 32c: blue, 1 box 
at 2.45; borax, 25 lbs. at 15c; 
sundries, 4.00; sago, 132 lbs. 
at 15c; tapioca, 139 lbs. at 
15c; syrup, 1913 lbs, at T^e 

Parton, R., blacksmithing .... 

Pathescope of Canada, Ltd., film 
service, 45.00; lamps, 8.50 .. 

Perkins, Ince & Co., soap, 20 
boxes at 555; 28 boxes at 
5.40. J 7 boxes at 6.20, 17 boxes 
at 7.05 

Peters, H., lemons. 2 cases at 
5.00, 2 cases at 5.50, 2 cases at 
9.00, 3 cases at 6.50, 1 case at 
7.75, 1 case at 7.00, 1 case at 
8.00. 1 case at 11.00, 1 case at 
13.00; oranges, 2 case at 5.00; 
cranberries, 1 case at 8.00; 
holly, 1 case at 5.00 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . . 



199 59 

175 00 

30 00 



396 94 
69 90 

53 50 



487 45 



128 25 
289, 00 



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205 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONSIMAINTENANCE— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Mimico. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Potter, C, optical repairs .... 

Powley, G., & Co., paper and 
paper bags, 55.25; twine, 30 
lbs. at 80c, 18% lbs. at 90c, 
23 1 /1> lbs. at 52c; toilet paper, 
3 cases at 16.90, 1 case at 
10.50 

Proctor & Gamble Distributing 
Co., of Canada, Ltd., soap 
flakes, 950 lbs. at 7%c, 3,586 
lbs. at 16V 2 c 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections 

Rennie, W., Co., Ltd., seeds . . 

Robertson, J. Ross, advertising 
in Evening Telegrams 

Rogers, S., expenses re eloper. 

Royal Standard Typewriters, 
inspections, 2.00; repairs and 
supplies, 9.50 

Ruttan, J. W., trav. expenses . 

Sandford, E., unloading and 
delivering coal 

Saturday Night, Ltd., subscrip- 
tion 

Savage, W. E., sawdust, 6 
loads at 50c 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., crepe 
paper, 44 rolls at 15c; tissue 
paper, 5 quires at 20c; boots, 
1 pr. at 7.00, 1 pr. at 4.00; 
uniforms, 12 at 3.75; waists, 
12 at 3.95; dresses, 2 at 3.50 

Sloan, J., & Co., sugar, 10 bags 
at 8.14; syrup, 3,729 lbs. at 
7%c, 3,800 lbs. at 7V 4 c 



8 25 



169 32 



665 31 



20 

2 


00 
80 


29 
6 


60 

20 


11 
10 


50 
70 


756 


67 


3 


00 


3 


00 



118 00 
645 90 



Sparrow, G., & Co., fly swatters, 
14 doz. at 1.25 

Stanley, J., watch, 1 at 3.00; re- 
pairs, 25c 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds 

Stock, W. E„ trav. expenses . . 

Tallowdown, W. A., inspecting 
scales, measures, etc 

Taylor, J., & Co., Ltd., shaving 
soap, 24 lbs. at 75c 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising 

Toronto & Hamilton Highway 
Commission, sundry tools . . 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

Toronto & York Radial Co., car 
tickets 

Tugwell, H. C, & Co., Ltd., 
photo supplies 

Valley Camp Coal Co., Ltd., 
coal, 1,306 tons 700 lbs. at 
5.38 

Warren Bros., & Co., Ltd., 
sugar, 5 'hags at 8.74, 2 bags 
at 8.79; sago, 1 bag at 24.45; 
tapioca, 193 lbs. at 14c; rice, 
500 lbs. at 814c, 2,000 lbs. at 
9c; vinegar, 31 gals, at 30c; 
prunes, 525 lbs. at 11 %c; 
starch, 100 lbs. at 9 J ,£c; bar- 
ley. 1 bag at 5.65; barrel, 1 
at 3.50 

Wells, Dr. J., dental supplies. . 

White, A. :S., blacksmithing . . 

Wilks, R. F., & Co., tuning 



17 


50 


S 


25 


280 
2 


04 
SO 


3 


00 


18 
11 


00 
70 


14 

37 


99 

00 


42 


00 


4 


76 



7,028 16 



pianos 



419 33 

18 50 

122 75 

30 00 



Maintenance and repairs of all buildings, roads, walks, gardens and fences ($2,520.46) 



Biggar, A. C, key blanks 6 84 

Canada Paint Co., Ltd., paint, 

oils, etc 268 67 

Chattell, C, repairs to buildings 150 00 

Lake, W. H., hardware 1 12 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, hardware.. 116 89 
Ontario Lime Co., Ltd., cement, 

lime and drain tile 233 23 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 

lime 14 36 



Ontario Sewer Pipe Co., Ltd., 

sewer pipe 80 16 

Pilkington Bros., Ltd., glass .. 187 25 
Reid & Co., laths, 6,000 at 7.50; 

lumber, 600.18 645 18 

Rogers, A., Ltd., cement 490 00 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., wall 

paper 27 86 

Smith, J. B., & Sons, shingles, 

61,000 at 4.00 298 90 



Maintenance and repairs of plumbing, steam and electric plants, including engineers supplies ($2,765.40) 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., hard- 
ware 7 20 

Armstrong. F., Co., Ltd.. plumb- 
ing supplies 445 90 

Baines & Peckover, iron and 

steel bars 10 15 

Beardmore Belting Co., Ltd., 

belting 133 53 

Boiler Repair & Grate Bar Co.. 
boiler tubes 10 12 

Bristol Co., The, charts 4 48 

Brown. L., plumbing repairs... 140 60 



Burrows, Stewart, Milne Co., 

Ltd., lever for scales 2 00 

Canadian Allis-Chalmers, Ltd., 
fire hydrant, 85.00; valves, 
flanges, etc, 210.65 295 65 

Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 

electric supplies 373 49 

Can. H. W. Johns^Manville Co., 

Ltd., lamps 33 87 

Doughty, J. H., installing fur- 
nace 63 05 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 

Maintenance and repairs of plumbing, steam and electric plants, including engineers supplies.— Continued. 

Kaustine & Co., Ltd., plumbing 



Limham, C. A., Ltd., radiator 

traps 20 70 

•Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods 

Co., Ltd., gaskets, etc 55 96 

Green, G., Welding Co., welding 

castings 2 25 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., cast- 
ings , 53 55 

Henderson, G„ plumbing repairs 50 00 
Hepburn & Disher, Ltd., coal 

hole covers 30 00 

Horlook, G. G., graffilo 3 50 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., oil 54 26 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., chemicals. 2 04 



supplies 

Lake, W. H., hardware 

Martin Pump Machine Co., Ltd., 

vacuum pump 

Northern Electric, Co., Ltd., 

electric supplies 

Lewis, Rice, & iSon, Ltd., hard- 
ware 

Shell Bar Boico Supply, Ltd., 

bofco 

Toronto & Hamilton Highway 

Commission, iron, steel, etc.. 
Toronto Laundry Machine Co., 

Ltd., doors for washer machine 



530 
3 


00 
50 


250 


00 


5 


54 


7 


74 


59 


30 


21 


02 


96 


00 



Maintenance and replacements of all furniture and furnishings ($7,977.34) 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., tubes 
for niters 

Biggar, A. C, keys 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., blankets, 
1,530.00; cotton scrim, hessian, 
etc., 607.43; less discount .. . 

Burrows, Stewart & Milne, 
grate, 60c; scale repairs, 1.35 

Canadian Laundry Machinery 
Co., Ltd., repairs to laundry 
machinery 

Dominion Linens, Ltd., damask 

Doughty, J. H., stove pipe 

Gowans, Kent & Co., Ltd.? 
crockery and glassware 

Ibbotson, F., saw blades, 2 at 
75c 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Invalided Soldiers' Commission 
Industries, bed and springs.. 

Lake, W. H., hardware, crock- 
ery and glassware supplies . . 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., hard- 
ware supplies 

Macdonald, J., & Co., Ltd., com- 
forters 

Meakins & Sons, Ltd., brushes, 
33.51; tubs, 22.08 



30 00 
9 00 


2,129 


01 


1 


95 


80 

91 

3 


17 
23 

60 


232 


09 


1 


50 


30 


00 


78 


00 


506 


75 


27 


51 


24 


00 


55 


59 



Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
bed and table linen, 1,604.21; 
blankets, 1,038.00 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., rugs, 58.50; 
table cloths, napkins, towels, 
etc., 54.20 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 
electric bulbs, etc 

Northern Aluminum Co., Ltd., 
cooking utensils 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
crockery ware 

Ontario Show Case Co., show 
case 

Piper Railway Supply Co., lan- 
terns 

Robinson, G. H., upholstering.. 

Sheet Metal Products Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., hardware sup- 
plies, 310.19; kitchen utensils 
and supplies, 69.02 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., rugs, 
224.88; table linen, 25.55 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., Ltd., 
oil 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., Ltd., hard- 
ware supplies, 490.55; kitchen 
supplies, 96.00 

Stanley, J., repairs to clocks, etc. 



2,642 


21 


112 


70 


298 


35 


176 06 


83 


50 


104 


00 


15 
19 


00 
63 


379 


21 


250 


43 




30 


586 
9 


55 
00 



Live stock, vehicles and farm implements ($264.32) 

Campbell, W., Ltd., 1 mill, with- Duck, J., sow, 65.00; pig, 15.00. 80 00 

out bagger 28 12 Flatt, D. C, & Son, bull 125 00 

Canada Potato Machinery Co., Lewis, Rice, & Son., Ltd., wheel- 

Ltd., machinery repairs ..... 4 50 barrows 26 70 

Hospital for Feeble-Minded, Orillia. 

Salaries ($42,990.63) 

J P Downey Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,800 00 

W C Herriman, M.D.: do Medical Director 2,000 00 

R " H. Mason, M.D. : Eight do Asst. Physician 800 00 

J 'Wells- Seven do Dentist ., 175 00 



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207 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 

Salaries— Continued. 

Wm. Cochrane: Twelve months' salary as Bursar 1,800 00 

D. J. McPhee: do Storekeeper 1,300 00 

M. Tisdale: do Stenographer 450 00 

E. Bcnnell : Ten do Matron 500 00 

Esther Dyer: Twelve do Asst. Matron 450 00 

A. McLean : do Tailor 750 00 

J. Hammond : do Shoemaker 450 00 

R.Stewart: do Laundryman 600 00 

H. Kilpatrick: do Baker 850 00 

N. McAuley : do Eingineer 1,000 00 

A. E. Trott: do Asst. Engineer - 700 00 

A. Jamieson : do Carpenter 600 00 

C.Lawrence: Eight do Painter . 500 00 

D. Childerhouse: Four do do 250 00 

A.Harvey: Twelve do Mason 750 00 

J. Smith : Three do Gardener 112 50 

Wm. Kendrick: Twelve do Farmer 900 00 

Jennie Valliant: do Industrial Instructor 360 00 

Gertrude Stanton : do Teacher 420 00 

Gertrude Kirkpatrick : do do 420 00 

Flora Sissons : Two do do 70 00 

Chief Attendants, Attendants and Nurses: 14,134 62 

Domestic Help : 4,937 14 

Stokers: 1,716 37 

Farm Hands : ' 2,995 00 

Temporary assistance 200 00 



Expenses 

Adams, F., salmon, 180 doz. at 

2.25 405 00 

Ames-Holden, McCready, Ltd., 
boots, 171 prs. at 2.95, 24 prs. 
at 2.20 557 25 

American Medical Assn., sub- 
scription, 5.00; postage, 1.50.. 6 50 

Anderson, H., straw, 4,880 lbs. at 

9.00 per ton 21 96 

Anderson, Bros., manure, 48 loads 
at 50c ;. 24 00 

Applegath Chemical Co., indel- 
ible ink, 1 qt. at 13.20, 2 qts. 
at 8.QP 29 20 

Ardagh, Dr. Ainslie, professional 

services 27 00 

Ash, C, Sons & Co., Ltd., dental 
supplies 24 40 

Aspinwall Canadian Co., Ltd., 
implement repairs 1 14 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical Co., 
Ltd., wyandotte soda, 14,280 
lbs. at 4.02, 2,800 lbs. at 4.07. 688 02 

Avery G. N., sundries 50 

Ball's Drug Store, drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 129 35 

Barry, A. E., sauces, 1 doz. at 
2.75, 2 doz. at 2.90, 1 doz. at 
3.60, 1 doz. at 4.56, 1 doz. at 
3.36; bananas, 2.40; sundries, 
26.19; lemons, 29.40; flypaper, 
9 doz. at 75c; sapolio, 1 doz. 
at 1.60, 2 doz. at 1.80; ginger, 
5 lbs. at 40c, 5 lbs. at 60c; 



($96,716.03) 

cocoa, 2 doz. at 2.85, 3 doz. at 
3.00, 1 doz. at 3.12; corn 
starch, 288 pkts. at 12c, 80 
pkts. at 13c, 78 pkts. at 13y 2 c, 
80 pkts. at 14c; jelly powders, 
2 doz. at 1.10, 2 doz. at 1.20; 
cheese, 29 lbs. at 27c; eggs, 
90 doz. at 36c, 60 doz. at 37c, 
420 doz. at 47c, 90 doz. at 46c, 
60 doz. at 54c; postum, 1 doz. 
at 3.90, 1 doz. at 5.40; shredded 
wheat, 3 doz. at 1.80, 1 case 
at 5.25; corn flakes, 3 doz. at 
1.80, 1 case at 5.25 548 35 

Barnhardt, J. M., services re 
stock 16 00 

Bean & Westlake, broken sweet 
biscuits, 511 lbs. at 8c, 1,722 
lbs. at lie, 846 V 2 lbs. at H)c; 
barrels, 38 at 25c 324 45 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 92.50; messages, 
71.95 164 45 

Blacker, Jos. H., general black- 
smithing 55 90 

Bonnell, E., trav. expenses 5 80 

Bovril, Ltd., virol, 2 doz. at 

10.55? less discount, 3.10 18 00 

Bowes Co., Ltd., cottolene, 60 lbs. 
at 26 1 / 2 c, 300 lbs. at 263,40., 
60 lbs. at 27c 112 35 

Boyd, Moses, repairs to harness, 

etc 122 40 



208 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Feeble-Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., thread, 
32 y 2 gro. at 8.40, 2 gro. at 
6.36; buttons, 5 gro. at 2.7."., 4 
gro. at 3.40, 5 gro. at 2.25. 5 
gro. at 2.60, 11 gro. at 1.35, 2 
gro. at 3.10, 3 gro. at 1.75; 
duck, 6314 yds. at 28V 2 c, 65 
yds. at 24^c; khaki drill. 764 
yds. at 1.10; lining, 56 yds. at 
18c; denim, 719% yds. at 
37y 2 c; cotton, 280 14 yds. at 
20c, 510 yds. at 25c, 300 yds. 
at 27V 2 c, 305 yds. at 17y 2 c; 
flannel, 304 yds. at 45c; vests, 
2 doz. at 3.50, 4 doz. at 2.40; 
print. 81 yds. at 23y>c, 24 yds. 
at 2414c, 151^ yds. at 25c, 
43% yds. at 26c; tweed, 51 y 2 
yds. at 2.25; cottonade, 
730 15-36 yds. at 45c, 552 yds. 
at 50c; sundries, 6.42; less 
discount, 111.23 

Cairns, B., rubber stamp 

Caldwell Feed & Cereal Co.. Ltd., 
calf meal, 10 bags' at 4.20 

Campbell's Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
flour, 1 bbl. at 10.46. 3 bbls. 
at 10.65, 2 bbls. at 12.50, 2 bbls. 
at ^0.25; cornmeal, 10 bags at 
6.00 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Canada Home-made Preserving 
& Pickling Co.. marmalade, 100 
pails at 4.80 

Canadian National Live Stock 
records, membership fees .... 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges. 

Can. Northern Ry. Co., freight 
charges 

Canadian Odorless Disinfecting 
Co., disinfectant 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 

C.P.R. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Carss Mackinaw Clothing Co.. 
trousers, 89 prs. at 2.50, 131 
prs. at 3.00, 43 prs. at 2.00; 
coats, 41 at 5.00; norfolk 
coats, 11 at 6.00 

Carter's, popcorn, 1,000 bags at 
lVzc; gum, 2 boxes at 65c 

Church Bros., general black- 
smithing 

City Livery, The, manure, 41 
loads at '50c; livery charges, 
4.70; stabling privileges, 40.00 

Clipless Paper Fastener Co., 
clipless paper fastener ma- 
chine, 2 at 3.50; postage, 14c 

Club Coffee Co.. coffee. 325 lbs. 
at 22c, 200 lbs. at 27c; sun- 
dries, 75c 



2,683 78 
64 

42 00 



147 91 
156 62 
186 40 



480 00 

2 00 

9 60 

1 77 

7 50 

31 47 

4 37 



972 


50 


16 


30 


217 


05 


65 


20 


7 


14 


126 


25 



22 


50 


6 


03 


101 


64 


41 


38 


24 


2.") 



Cochrane, Win, trav. expenses. . 36 5( 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 2 cases 
at 11.25 

Colling, The Misses, sundry 
fancy goods 

Commercial Oil Co., Ltd., metal 
polish, 7 doz. at 4.00; wax, 100 
lbs. at 15c, 25-4 lbs. at 16c, 
100 lbs. at 18c 

Consumers' Cordage Co., Ltd., 
cordage, 150 lbs. at 28c; less 
freight charges, 62c 

Cooke, H., & Co.. songs and 
solos, 5 doz. at 2.40; station- 
ery, 12.25 

Copeland, G., & Sons, rolled 
oats, 65 sacks at 3.50; bran, 
1.050 lbs. at 30.00 per ton; 
flour, 150 bbls. at 8.75; shorts, 

4 tons at 32.00 1,683 75 

Cramp, T. B. t & Co., calf meal, 

5 bags at 4.75, 10 bags at 5.00; 
oil cake meal, 500 lbs. at 3.75 
per cwt., 1,000 lbs. at 4.25 per 
cwt; berry boxes, 6.75; corn 
meal, 3 bags at 6.75; rolled 
oats, 1 bag at 5.25, 10 bags at 
6.00; seeds. 11.50; sundries, 
2.52 

Crockford, M. A., straw, 15,350 
lbs. at 6.00 per ton 

Crown Tailoring Co., Ltd., mak- 
ing and trimming uniforms, 
16 at 10.00 

Curran Bros., printing 

Department of Agriculture, To- 
ronto, seed wheat, 10 bus. at 
2.74 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Downey. J. P., trav. expenses. . . 

Dunn, David, hay, 13 tons, 1,050 
lbs. at 9.00; storage of imple- 
ments, 10.00 

Dunn, H., fish, 45 lbs. at 16c... 

Dyer, E., trav. expenses 

Elder, J. S., oats, 145.10 bus. at 
90c 

Fairbairn, Jas. B., peaches, 10 
bus. at 2.80 , 

Farmers' Feed Co., Ltd., brew- 
ers' grains, 37,940 lbs. at 1.75 
per cwt 

Fielding, J. L., & Co., tea, 190 
lbs. at 35c, 1,000 lbs. at 44c. . 

Fleischmann Co., yeast, 387 lbs. 
at 30c, 136 lbs. at 35c 

Fox. J. H„ manure, 2 loads at 
50c 

Gentile & Co., lemons, 2 cases at 
9.00, 1 case at 10.50, 1 case at 
8.50 37 00 



241 


27 


46 


or, 


160 
30 


00 

75 


27 
17 

7 


40 
12 
60 


131 

7 
8 


72 
20 
45 


130 


76 


28 


00 


663 


95 


506 


50 


163 


70 


1 


00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



209 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital for Feeble= Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 



6 35 



97 



187 44 



22 50 



35 49 



313 74 

19 59 

316 89 

12 50 

127 20 
47 60 

27 50 

130 00 



Gerow, M., sheet music 

George, W. Cecil, drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc., 772.36; stationery, 
230.61 1,00 

Gettings, A. M., hay, 17 tons, 80 
lbs. at 11.00 

Glendinning, I. W., V,S., veter- 
inary services 

Goldsmith Bros. Smelting & Re- 
fining Co., Ltd., sundry assay- 
ing supplies 

Gordon, Mackay & Co., Ltd., 
shirting, 442% yds. at 30c, 
517 yds. at 36c; less discount, 
5.31 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges. 

Grimm Mfg. Co., sap spouts, 500 
for 

Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 
rubber shoes, 48 prs. at 2.65. 

Hale Bros., printing, etc 

Harvie, Dr., professional ser- 
vices 

Hart, N. de, oil cake, .4,000 at 
3%c 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., butter, 
• 11,592 lbs. at 37.90, 3,024 lbs. 
at 49.00; eggs, 1,890 doz. at 
49c, 72 doz. at 5<6c, 90 doz. 
at 51c; lard and shortening, 
20 lbs. at 28 %c; margarine, 
4,088 lbs. at 3iy 2 c; beef, 509 
lbs. at 18y 2 c, 288 Ins. at 17c; 
cheese, 2,258 lbs. at 24c, 401 
lbs. at 25 y 2 c; lamb, 112 lbs. 
at 35V 2 c 8,996 09 

Hatley, Jas. J., sapolio, 1 doz. 
at 1.50; 1. & p. sauce, V 2 doz. 
at 6.00; salt, 20 bbls. at 2.50, 
1 bbl. at 6.00, 10 bbls. at 2.70, 
12 bbls. at 2.90, 13 bbls. at 
3.35;, fish, 1,615 lbs. at 10y 2 c, 
293 lbs. at 13c, 1,041 lbs. at 
15c, 305 lbs. at 16c, 360 lbs. at 
18c, 45 lbs. at 20c, 50 lbs. at 
23c; postum, 1 doz. at 3.50; 
cocoa, 1 doz. at 3.00, 2 doz. at 
2.90; raisins, 100 lbs. at 
13%c; bananas, 12 doz. at 
30c; sauces, 1 doz. at 3.00, 1 
case at 5.75c; apples, 2 bbls. 
at 3.00; sago, 25 lbs. at 18c; 
cleaning material, 5.30; starch, 
80 lbs. at 12c, 80 lbs. at 12^0., 
73 lbs. at ll%c, 80 lbs. at 
13c, 80 lbs. at 13 y 2 c; tapioca, 
25 lbs. at 18c; sundries, 8.65; 
rye flour, 100 lbs. at 7 1 /2 c; 
eggs, 150 doz. at 42c, 30 doz. 
at 55c; icing sugar, 4 lbs. at 
12 %c; cereals, 1 case at 4.25, 
1 case at 5.00, 1 case at 4.00; 



ground cinnamon, 5 lbs. at 

60c; lemons, 1 case at 8.75; 

mustard, 5 lbs. at 30c; 

oranges, 10 doz. at 40c, 1 case 

at 6.50, 1 case at 7.00; barley, 

10 lbs. at 10c; canned vege- , 

tables, 1 doz. at 2.90, 2 1-12 

doz. at 3.60; manure, 9.00... 938 97 

Haywood, Thos., sardines, 1 doz. 
at 2.75; mixed nuts, 17 lbs. at 
28c; mixed candy, 262 lbs. at 
20c, 12 lbs. at 48c; sundries, 
70c; cereals, 2 cases at 5.25; 
corn balls, 7% gro. at 2.40; 
oranges, 2 cases at 5.85; 
bananas, 4 doz. at 40c; can- 
ned soup, 60 doz. at 2.60; 
coffee, 300 lbs. at 27c; pepper, 
8 lbs. at 50c, 100 lbs. at 31c; 
lemons, 5 doz. at 40c; clean- 
ing material, 2.75 384 92 

Heath, J. T., boots, 2 prs. at 
1.05, 7 prs. at 2.00. 1 pr. at 
2.45, 131 prs. at 2.30, 125 prs. 
at 2.40,. 169 prs. at 2.50, 1 pr. 
at 2.75, 118 prs. at 3.00, 10 prs. 
at 3.50, 2 prs. at 4.00; mocca- 
sins, 6 prs. at 1.75, 8 prs. at 
at 2.00 rubber boots. 1 pr. at 
4.75, 3 prs, at 4.50, 2 prs. at 
5.00; laces, 29 gro. at 2.25, 48 
prs. at 5c, 2 gro. at 3.00, 13 gro. 
at 2.00, 1 gro. at 3.50; rubbers, 

, 67 prs. at 90c, 24 prs. at 85c, 
3 prs. at 1.00, 1 pr. at 1.25; 
shoe polish, 1 doz. at 1.30, 1 
doz. at 1.25; insoles, 5 doz. at 
1.20, 6 doz. at 1.30; slippers, 36 
prs. at 75c, 34 prs. at 1.10, 15 
prs. at 1.25, 24 prs. at 70c; 
mitts, 10 doz. at 10.00, 4 doz. 
at 9.50, 4 doz. at 8.25; over- 
shoes, 20 prs. at 1.65, 16 prs. 
at 2.00 

Hendry, G. M., Co., Ltd., school 
supplies 

Herriman, Dr. W. C, trav. ex- 
penses 

Hill, S., eggs, 90 doz. at 46c . . . 

Hill Bros., milk, 21 cans at 2.25, 
16 cans at 2.35, 6 gals, at 30c. 

Hill, R. T., milk, 20 cans at 2.35 

Holmes Livery, manure, 37 loads 
at 50c; ambulance, 3.00 

Huntington, H. T. Scott, timing 
pianos 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd.. medical 
supplies 

Invalided Soldiers' Commission 
Industries, yarn, 89 lbs. at 
1.00; brooms, 20 doz. at 7.50 239 00 

Jacobi, P., tops, 12 doz. at 7.10, 
12 doz. at 3.00; leather, 194 



2,042 


85 


48 


51 


S2 


44 


41 


40 


86 


65 


47 


00 


21 


50 


14 


50 


679 


02 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for FeebIe=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



lbs. at 6<6c; hemp, 3 lbs. at 
2.67; nails, 10 lbs. at 20c; 
sundries, 6.31 

James, F. T., Co., Ltd., fish 

Jamieson, N., eggs, 480 doz. at 
37c, 90 doz. at 40c, 90 doz. at 
41c, 90 doz. at 44c, 90 doz. 
at 45c, 120 doz. at 46c 

Jebb, Thos. B., glasses, 1 pr., 
2.50; optical and watch re- 
pairs, 2.75 

Johnston, J., services on farm 
at 4.25 per diem, 29.75; trav. 
expenses, 7.60 

Johnston, Jas. M., hay, 18 tons 
190 lbs. at 11.50 

Jones Bros., & Co., Ltd., postage, 
38c; hair clippers, 2 prs. at 
3.75, 2 prs. at 5.00; sundries, 
75c 

Kane & Kane, Ltd., hose, 36 prs. 
at 35c, 3 doz. at 4.50; corsets, 
60 prs. at 75c, 44 prs. at 90c; 
braces, 5 doz .at 5.00; pins, 6 
doz. at 90c, 6 doz. at 60c; 
tape, 12 doz. at 40c; elastic, 
6 doz. at 1.10, 71% yds. at 
10c, 48 yds. at 12y 2 c; warp, 6 
bunches at 3.25, 24 bunches at 
3.50; yarn, 1 lb. at 2.50; sun- 
dries, 12.36 

Kelly, P-. services re stock . . . 

Kelly, Dr. R. W., professional 
services : 

Kendrick, R., currants, 100 qts. 
at 20c 

Litster Pure Food Co., Ltd., 
flavoring extracts, % doz. at 
13.20; tea, 2,052 lbs. at 46c; 
coffee, 200 lbs. at 27c, 1,017 
lbs. at 30c 

Little, N. H., subscriptions to 
magazines 

Lloyd, H., pipes, 1 doz., 4.00; 
tobacco, 12 lbs. at 1.00; fish- 
ing tackle, 4.70 

London Free Press, subscription 

Long, T., Bros., Ltd., syrup, 
4,064 lbs. at 7%c, 8,858 lbs. 
at. 7c, 2,982 lbs. at 7%c.; 
soap, 10 cases al 4.70; rice, 
1,000 lbs. at 10y 2 c; salmon, 
300 doz. at 2.25, 400 doz. at 
2.50; gran, sugar, 80 bags at 
9.34, 20 bags at 9.07, 10 bags 
at 9.23, 20 hags at 9.24, 10 
bags at 9.75, 20 bags at 10.65; 
molasses, 1 bbl., 32.64, 1 bbl., 
37.95, 1 bbl., 36.57; brown 
sugar, 30 bags at 8.94, 20 bags 
at 8.37, 20 bags at 8.67, 20 

_bags at 8.84. 20 bags at 9.14; 
raisins, 100 lbs. at 14%c, 100 



265 


56 


1,051 


09 


385 


80 


5 


25 


37 


35 


208 


09 



18 63 



287 61 
28 00 

65 00 

20 00 



1,309 62 
23 35 



20 70 
4 00 



lbs. at 13%c; prunes, 2,000 
lbs. at 13c, 2,500 lbs. at 
12%c; tea, 280 lbs. at 47c; 
evap. fruits, 1,100 lbs. at 
17y 2 c; jam, 120 lbs. at 17c; 
chocolate, 6 lbs. at 35c 6 

McDonald, P. G., fish, 60 lbs. at 
16c, 1,000 lbs. at 15c; manure, 
7.00 

Mclntyre, A. C, implement 
repairs 

McPhee, A., fowl, 123 lbs. at 
25c, 18% lbs. at 28c 

McPherson, C, implement sup- 
plies, 3.00; manure, 1.00 .. 

Macdonald, J., & Co., Ltd., 
vests, 1 at 3.00, 3 at 3.25, 2 at 
3.60; raincoats, 4 at 6.00; lin- 
ing, 108 yds., at 16 %c; dress 
goods, 43 yds. at 42%c; mus- 
lin, 165 y 2 yds. at 17y 2 c, 164 
yds. at 16y 2 c; print, 564 y 2 
yds. at 2iy 2 c, 129 yds. at 
19y 2 c, 529 yds. at 26%c; 
shirting, 727 yds. at 27%c; 
linen, 10 yds. at 47%c; lace, 

3 yds. at 75c; sweaters, 2 doz. 
at 36.00, 1 doz. at 31.50, y 2 
doz. at 34.00; apron cloth, 
397y 2 yds. at 19%c; packing, 
80c; hose, 2 doz. at 3.70, 6 
doz. at 3.85, 1 doz. at 2.75, 2 
doz. at 3.10, 1 doz. at 5.50, 1 
doz. at 6.00, 1 doz. at 3.50, 3 
doz. at 4.25; lawn, 10 yds. at 
45c; sateen, 90% yds. at 
24y 2 c, 89 yds. at 26y 2 c; cot- 
ton, 320 yds. at 18%c; less 
discount, 40.18 

MacNab Bros., snatch block, 1 
at 8.00; checker boards, 6 at 
25c; rubber balls, 12 at 15c, 

4 at 25c 

Madden, G. P., repairs to watch 
Manuel, J. H., services on farm 

at 4.00 per diem, 28.00; trav. 

expenses, 7.60 

Mason, Dr. B. H., trav. expenses 

Mawdsley, J. H., turnips, 7,050 

lbs. at 40c cwt.; hay, 8 tons 

420 lbs. at 11.00 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
stockings, 72 prs. at 33c, 48 
prs. at 34c, 10y 2 doz. at 32%c 
each, 12 doz. at 18c each; 
flannelette, 759% yds. at 19c, 
2963,4 yds. at 12 3 /4c, 582 yds. 
at 14c, 1,090 yds, at 20c, 609 
yds. at 18c; cotton, 168 yds. 
at 13c, 837% yds. at 1314c, 
1,191 yds. at 21c, 1,981% yds. 
at 20c, 416*4 yds. at 22c; 
nightgowns, 96 at 1.21; over- 



,507 38 

166 60 

16 70 

35 93 

4 00 



965-00 



12 30 
25 



35 60 
2 65 



118 51 



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211 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Feeble-Minded, Orillia. — Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 



alls, 48 prs. at 2.22; duck, 
122 yds. at 33c; women's 
vests, 36 at 1.05, 13 at 93c, 8 
at 64c, 51 at 80c; denim, 
196 y 2 yds. at 34% c; shirts, 
180 at 1.73; sundries, 4.85; 
shirting, 615 Vi yds. at 2iy 2 c, 
133 yds. at 29%c, 330 yds. at 
30c; gray material for 'uni- 
forms, 23y 2 yds. at 1.50 .... 2,618 16 

Military Hospital Commission 
Industries, brooms, 36 at 62c; 
yarn, 300 lbs. at 1.00 322 32 

Millman, W. H„ & Sons, seeded 

raisins, 122 lbs. at 10*4 c .. 12 50 

Moore, Dr. Jos. C, dental ser- 



vices 

Morrison, R., forceps, 1 pr. 

Murray, J., hay, 1 ton 

National Drug & Chemical Co., 
Ltd., medical supplies 

Nelson's Fair, needles, 1 doz 
packets 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions .....' 

Northway Co., Ltd., sundries . 

O'Connell, Frank, oats, 84 4-34 
bus. at 87c 

O'Donnell, J. P., hay, 10 tons 
630 lbs. at 10.50' 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
shorts, 13 tons at 40.00; bran, 
20 tons at 35.00; rolled oats, 
134 bbls. at 10.80; flour, 
l,073y 2 bbls. at 10.95; bags, 
28.70; less discount, 6.00 ... 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
mutton, 55 lbs. at 19c; beef, 
1,695 lbs. at 14y>c, 1,417 lbs. 
at 15c, 651 lbs. at 15%c, 1,267 
lbs. at 16c, 1,884 lbs. at 16y 2 c, 
,2,955 lbs. at 17c, 3,876 lbs. at 
17V 2 c, 5,944 lbs. at 18c, 2,684 
lbs, at 18 ^c, 1,988 lbs. at 
19c, 2,649 lbs. at 20c, 963 lbs. 
at 20y 2 c, 3,885 lbs. at 2iy>c, 
1,595 lbs. at 22y 2 c, 3,105 lbs. 
at 23c, 1,573 lbs. at 23y 2 c, 
1,650 lbs. at 24c, 166 lbs. at 
24i/ 2 c, 2.058 lbs. at 25c, 128 
lbs. at 25 1 /2 c, 557 lbs. at 26c; 
lamb, 54 lbs. at 28c; head 
cheese. 90 lbs. at 14c; blood 
pudding, 52 lbs. at 15c; 
bacon, 56 lbs. at 42c; corn 
b°ef, 600 lbs. at 18c; ham, 41 
lbs. at 23c; lard compound, 
200 lbs. at 19y 2 c, 350 lbs. at 
20c, 300 lbs. at 26c; bologna, 
50 lbs. at 17c, 50 lbs. at 14c, 
225 lbs. at 15c; beans, 26 bags 
at 7.00; brawn, 40 lbs. at 23c; 
sundries, 17.69; jellied hock, 



3 30 

2 00 

10 00 

252 82 

90 

17 00 

60 

73 16 
108 30 



14,466 33 



126 lbs. at 15c, 42 lbs. at 18c, 
115 lbs. at 20c; pork and 
beans, 127 lbs. at lie; boots, 
41 prs. at 2.45, 30 prs. at 2.40, 
110 prs. at 2.60; whisks, 1 
doz., 2.75; brooms, 22 doz. at 
3.75, 20 doz. at 4.50, 20 doz. 
at 4.25; yarn, 105 lbs. at 1.00; 
less credit note, 548.47 9,302 23 

Orillia Hardware Co., Ltd., 
gloves, 1 doz. at 9.00, % doz. 
at 12.00, y 2 doz. at 15.00; 
football rubber, 1 at 1.00; 
sporting goods, 7.90; brooms, 
6 at 1.00; razors, 3 at 2.00; 
sundry hardware, 72.02; 
paint, oil, etc., 20.05; garden 
tools, 39.45; kitchen supplies, 
51.48 226 40 

Orillia Light & Power Commis- 
sion, electric light 2,299 92 

Orillia Opera House, rental of 

films 35 00 

O'Reilly, T. E., Ltd., arsenate of 
lead, 200 lbs. at 20c, 100 lbs. 
at 21c 61 00 

Parsons' Fair and Hardware, 
iron hardware, etc., 18.52; 
kitchen supplies, 50.81; oil, 
paint, etc., 3.00; thread, 1 gro., 
9.50; gloves, 10 prs., 1.00; 
safety pins, 6 doz. at 60c; 
thimbles, 3 doz. at 60c; razor 
strops, 6 at 48c; combs, 13% 
doz. at 1.75, 6 doz. at 3.00; 
brushes, 12 at 50c, 1 doz. at 
11.00, 1 at 1.50, 6 at 35c; 
" scissors, 3 prs. at 1.05, 1 pr. 
at 1.80, 1 pr. at 1.25, 1 pr. at 
1.10; twine, 5 lbs. at 40c; 
toilet paper, 1 case at 10.00, 
1 case at 11.50, 1 case at 9.50, 
1 case at 9.00; stationery, 
toys, etc, 131.00 342 63 

Passmore, S., eggs, 120 doz. at 
49c 58 80 

Perkins, Ince & Co., soap, 175 
cases at 5.55, 40 cases at 5.40 1,187 25 

Phillips & Co., kitchen supplies, 
120.08; iron, hardware, etc., 
22.13; paint, oil, etc., 36.05 . 178 26 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 489 50 

Pratt, D. J., coal, 484 tons 1,000 
lbs. at 8.27, 123 tons 668 lbs. 
at 7.10, 1,442 tons 1,000 lbs. 
at 6.85, 69 tons 992 lbs. at 
8.40; freight charges, 345.28. 16,925 67 

Proctor & Gamble, Distributing 
Co., of Canada, Ltd., soap 
flakes, 4.301 lbs. at 7%c, 3,287 
lbs. at 16y.c 1,021 90 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued 
Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Puccini, A., & Co., Ltd., broken 
macaroni, 2,103 lbs. at 6^ a, 
5,879 lbs. at 9 He 680 51 

Regan, D., turnips, 33,420 lbs. 

at 40c. cwt 133 68 

Regan, Jil. S., straw, 1 ton 700 
lbs. at 7.00; hay, 1,830 lbs. at 
10.10, 8,600 lbs. at 12.00 70 20 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
repairs to typewriter 1 65 

Robinson Cartage Co., cartage, 

7.00; manure, 4.50 11 50 

Ross, A., hay, 15,800 lbs. at 

10.00 per ton 79 00 

Rouse, G., hay, 15.100 lbs. at 

14.00 per ton 105 70 

Sarjeant, Co., Ltd., The, plaster, 
1 bag 1 00 

Sawyer-Massey Co., Ltd., repairs 

to implements 20^00 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., suits, 

5 at 16.75 83 75 

Simpson, E. J., pepper, 50 lbs. at 
32c, 25 lbs. at 29c.; lemons, 
1 case at 11.00; mustard, 8 
lbs. at 52c; sundries, 50c .. 38 91 

Simmers, J. A., clover seed, 360 
lbs. at 39.00; timothy, 120 lbs. 
at 13.00; bags, 2.00 158 00 

Simpson, John, corn starch, 1 
case, 5.50; mustard, 8 lbs. at 
52c. 9 66 

Sinclair & Co., postum, 12 lbs. 
at 30c, 28 lbs. at 35c; mat- 
ches, 1 case, 5.50, 3 cases at 
5.75, 3 cases at 15.50, 1% case 
at 14.20; sauces, 2 doz. at 
3.00, 1 doz. at 4.75, 1 case, 
5.60; shoe polish, 2 doz. at 
1.75; soda biscuits, 130 lbs. at 
15c, 32 lbs. at 16c, 240 lbs. 
at 17c, 125% lbs. at 18c, 25% 
lbs. at 19c, 58 lbs. at 20c; 
cocoanut, 2 lbs. at 45c; 
bananas, 7.80; tobacco, 10 lbs. 
at 62c, 103y 2 lhs. at 65c, 123 
lbs. at 67c, 8 lbs. at 70c, 35 
lbs. at 72c, 5 lbs. at 78c, 10 
lbs. at 80c, 14 lbs. at 96c, 4 
lbs. at 1.00, 13 lbs. at 1.08, 
201 lbs. at 1.10, 6 lbs. at 1.45, 
1 lb. at 1.50; grape fruit, 7.00; 
baking powder, 5 lbs. at 50c; 
sundries, 23.56; oranges. 
20.30; lemons, 57.25; cocoa, 3 
doz. at 3.00, 1 doz. at 3.50; 
bath brick, 4 doz. at 1.20; 
?apolio, 4 doz. at 1.80; as- 
sorted nuts, 5 lbs. at 75c, 2 
lbs. at 65c; sardines, 1 doz. 
at 3.00; fish, 50 14 lbs. at 21c, 
67 lbs. at 13c; apples, 20 bbls. 
at. 5.00; tapioca, 20 lbs. at 



18c; cinnamon, 5 lbs. at 50c; 
canned vegetables, 1 doz. at 
3.00; spices, 4 lbs. at 60c; 
corn meal, 35 lbs. at 10c; 
vinegar, 2 gals, at 50c; lemon 
peel, 2 lbs. at 75c; shoe dres- 
sing, 5 doz. at 1.20, 1 doz. at 
1.75; raisins, 50 lbs. at 16c; 
syrup, 1.262 lbs. at 7c; blue, 
24 lbs. at 22c, 24 lbs. at 25c, 
10 lbs. at 26c, 10 lbs. at 27c, 
10 lbs. at 28c; ginger, 5 lbs. 
at 50c, 10 lbs. at 60c, 5 lbs. 
at 80c; sago, 30 lbs. at 20c; 
cassia, 5 lbs. at 60c; flour, 2 
bags at 5.60; starch, 618 lbs. 
at 13c, 321 lbs. at 14c, 96 lbs. 
at 10V>c, 92 lbs. at 12^c; 
lye, 1 doz., 1.75, 1 doz., 1.80; 
mustard, 5 jars at 2.25 1,300 27 

Sinclair, J., suspenders, 5 doz. 
at 2.85, 5 doz. at 4.85, 1 
doz. at 5.00; collar buttons, 
4 doz. at 67c; mitts, 6 
doz. at 4.25, 4 doz. at 6.00. 
4 doz. at 3.50; garters, 6 
doz. at 1.38; toques, 5 doz. 
at 3.50; ties, 4 doz. at 2.25, 
4 doz. at 2.50, 5 doz. at 3.25; 
raincoats, 6 at 6.00; hats and 
caps, 5V t doz. at 7.50, 3 doz. 
at 5.50, 4 doz. at 18.00; col- 
lars, 6 doz. at 2.75, 4V 2 doz. 
at 3.00; handkerchiefs, 12 
doz. at 30c, 8 doz. at 45c, 8 
doz. at 60c, 12 doz. at 65c, 20 
doz. at S5c, 2 doz. at 1.00; 
slicker, 1 at 8.50; underwear, 
4 suits at 3.00; hose, 9 doz. at 
4.00, 2 doz. at 4.40, 3 doz. at 
4.65, 2 doz. at 4.85, 2 doz. at 
5.15, 4 doz. at 5.25, 8 doz. at 
5.50, 12 doz. at 6.50; jerseys, 
9 doz. at 6.00 

Smith, E. D., & Son, Ltd., jam, 
90 lbs. at 13 V 2 e., 690 lbs. at 
15.; less discount, 34c 

Smith, R. O., Co., Ltd., paper, 
66 lbs. at 8%c; twine, 1 doz. 
balls, 1.80, boxes, 2 doz. at 
1.80. 7 doz. at 1.60; paper 
bags, 15.84; sundries, 3.03 .. 

Spramotor Co., repairs to imple- 
ments 

Starr, A., manure, 11 loads at 
50c •• 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds, plants, bulbs, etc. . . . 

Stewart, B. F., photo supplies. 

Street, Geo., plants, bulbs, etc. 

Swinton. Wm.,' & Son, violin 
bow, 1 at 2.00; basket. 1 at 



724 64 



115 31 



41 24 

5 10 

5 50 

125 24 

7 85 

15 55 



191718 



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213 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 



1.80; records, 12.00; sundries, 

1.95 17 75 

Symington, ,S., straw, 128,095 

lbs. at 8.00 per ton 217 54 

Taylor, Forbes Co., Ltd., mower 

repairs 23 92 

Thomson, D. C, crushing, 23,801 
lbs. at 8c. cwt.; oats, 262 ibus. 
at 90c; chopping, 2,200 lbs. 
at 8c; flour, 4 bags at 5.35, 
10 bags at 5.50, 6 bags at 
7.50; bags, 1.35 379 60 

Thomson, Jos., veterinary ser- 
vices 1 8 75 

Valliant, J. G., trav. expenses. 17 50 

Vick, Geo., & Sons, chopping, 
710 lbs. at 7c cwt, 1,955 lbs. 
at 8c. cwt.; flour, 1 bag, at 
5.40, 2 bbls. at 10.40, 17% bbls. 
at 11.45; shorts, 1 ton at 41.50 .270 14 

Waites' Hardware, kitchen uten- 
sils, 32.11; iron, hardware, 
etc., 32.11; toilet paper, 1 case 
at 13.50 " 77 72 

Walker, W., turnips, 97 lbs. at 

12c 11 64 

Waldron. R., tweed, 543% yds. 
at 2.25; cases, 3.00 1,226 15 

Warren, M., turkey, 13% lbs. at 
28c; beef, 269 lbs. at 21c, 250 
lbs. at 22c; liver, 150 lbs. at 
10c, 550 lbs. at 12V»c, 17V- 
lbs. at 13c 201 37 



Watts, Geo., straw, 2 tons 410 

lbs. at 6.00 13 23 

W T ells, Dr. Josephine, trav. ex- 
penses, 56.05; dental supplies, 
59-95 116 00 

Wilson, J. H., salt, 1 doz. bags 1 10 

Wood, A. E., Ltd., cotton, 39 
yds. at 15c; loops, 1 doz., 1.20; 
ribbon, 24 yds. at 5c, 233% 
yds. at 10c. 34% yds. at 15c, 
06 yds. at 35c; cotton for 
marking 8 doz. at 60c, 2 doz. 
at 1.20, 2 doz. at 2.16; elastic, 
144 yds. at 12yoc; tape, 12 
doz. at 60c; raincoats, 4 at 
5.00; linen coats, 4 at 75c; 
clouds, 2 doz. at 5.50; carpet 
warp, 10 bunches at 4.50; 
thread, 1 gro. at 8.64; tarns, 
6 doz. at 4.50; chintz, 8 yds. 
at 30c; shawl, 1 at 2.50; 
under vests, 6 doz. at 6.00; 
ties, 1 doz. at 4.20; yarn, 5 
lbs. at 1.75, 1 lb. at 3.75, 1 
lb. at 3.20, 1 lb. at 4.80; lace, 
64 yds. at 5c, 25% yds. at 
8c, 36 yds. at 10c 

Woods. Walker & Co., willow 
hampers, 6 at 5.00; repairs to 
baskets, 2.00 

Woon, A. J., manure 

Wright, Albert, straw, 1 ton 600 

lbs. at 7.00 9 10 



290 13 



32 00 
9 50 



Maintenance and repairs of all buildings, roads, walks, grounds and fences ($2,102 S7) 



Belleville Hardware & Lock 

Mfg. Co., Ltd., locks, keys, etc. 27 44 

British-American Oil Co., Ltd.. 

turpentine 31 88 

Canada Wood Specialty Co.. 

Ltd., sawing lumber 174 27 

Eaton, J. R., & Sons, Ltd., 
lumber 429 89 

Greening, B., Wire Co., Ltd., 
wire guards 8 05 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges 6 80 

International Chemical Co., 
fire brick 11 95 

Latimer, E. A., repairs to build- 
ings 236 85 

Martin-Senour Co., Ltd., paint, 

oils, etc 333 49 



Orillia Hardware Co., Ltd., 
hardware, paint, oil, etc. . . . 

Parsons' Pair and Hardware, 
iron, hardware, etc 

Phillips & Co., sash, tools, and 
paint brushes, 12.19; paint, 
oils, etc, 80.73 

Purdy Mfg. Co., repairs to 
buildings, galv. iron, etc . . 

Sanderson Pearcy Co., Ltd., 
turpentine 

Sarjeant Co., Ltd., fire clay . . . 

Smith, R. O., Ltd., wallpaper.. 

Smith Bros., ceiling hooks .... 

Waites' Hardware, iron, hard- 
ware, etc 



221 54 



29 93 



92 92 

195 84 

143 35 
16 60 
36 85 
30 00 

74 92 



Maintenance and repairs of plumbing, steam and electric plants, including engineers supplies ($1,840.58) 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 
hardware supplies 60 91 

American-La France Fire En- 
gine Co., of Canada, Ltd., 
fire extinguishers, 192.00; 
plates for snanners, 3.00 ... 195 00 

Armstrong, Fred., Co., Ltd., 
plumbing supplies 7 05 



Blakeslee, G. S., & Co., Ltd., 

gear for peeler 8 34 

Boiler Repair & Grate Bar Co., 

boiler repairs 19 76 

British-American Oil Co., Ltd., 

oils, etc 90 97 

Can. Allis-Chalmers, Ltd., piston 

rods and nuts 46 25 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 

Maintenance and repairs of plumbing:, steam and electric plants, including engineers supplies.— Continued. 



Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co. 7 Ltd., 
carbon, drills, etc 

Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 
electric supplies 

Can. Laundry Machinery Co., 
laundry repairs 

Can. Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 
electrical supplies 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods 
Co., Ltd., fire hose 

Flexible Conduit Co., Ltd., elec- 
trical supplies 

Garlock Packing Co., packing, 
gaskets, etc 

George, W. Cecil, drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

Gilespie-Kirby & Co., water hose 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., lids 
for range, grates, etc 

Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 
rubber packing, etc 

Hoover Suction !Sweeper Co., of 
Can., Ltd., hoover belts .... 

Horlock, G. G., graffilo 

Ideal Engine & Packing Co., 
packing gaskets, etc 



108 


97 


213 


59 


9 


10 


85 


20 


73 


11 


16 


20 


m 84 


S3 


8 

29 

2 


83 

25 

82 


83 


80 


41 


41 


3 


73 
50 



77 62 



Latimer, E. A., plumbing re- 
pairs 

Long, E., Mfg. -Co., Ltd., steel, 

Mason. Regulator & Engineering 
Co., Ltd., graphite and ma- 
chinery parts 

Orillia Garage, Ltd., repairs to 
laundry machines 

Orillia Hardware Co., Ltd./ 
hardware supplies 

Phillips & Co., centers for stove, 
tank, etc 

Purdy Mfg. Co., plumbing sup- 
plies 

Ritchie & Ritchie, electrical 
supplies 

Robertson, Jas., Co., Ltd., hard- 
ware and plumbing supplies. 

Taylor Instrument Co., recorder 
ink 

Turner, C, & B., & Soji, boiler 
lining 

Waites' Hardware, gasoline, etc. 

Wells Bros., Co., of Canada, 
plate dies 

Williams, A. R., machinery Co., 
Ltd., machinery supplies . . . 

Wilson & Cousins, hose reels . 



20 

1 


30 

25 


65 


35 


4 


00 


206 


36 


13 


09 


22 


40 


42 


32 


123 


84 


4 


21 


8 
4 


40 
20 


14 


62 


16 
33 


00 
00 



Maintenance and replacement of all furniture and furnishings ($12,136.2t) 



Armstrong, Fred., Co., iron, 
hardware, etc 12 50 

Barry, A. E., sealers, 6 00 

Belleville Hardware & Lock 
Mfg. Co., hat and coat hooks. 7 20 

Black, K., repairs to mattresses 276 00 

British American Oil Co., oil 
and barrel 34 80 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., pillows, 

blankets, ticking, etc 1,346 91 

Can. Allis-Chalmers, valve 

guards 10 70 

Can. Consolidated Rubber Co., 
Ltd., rubber blankets 236 26 

Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 

repairs to scales 2 15 

Can. General Electric Co., elec- 
tric supplies 86 39 

Can. H. W. Johns-Manville Co., 

lamps 438 91 

Can. Westinghouse Co., electric 

irons, etc 17 25 

Church Bros., furnace rake and 

slash bars 8 00 

Creelman Bros., sewing ma- 
chine supplies 34 74 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., rug 80 00 

George, W. C, drugs, chemicals, 

etc 98 60 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd,, stone 

jar 5 10 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., medical 
supplies 110 46 



Invalided Soldiers' Commission 

Industries, castors, sockets, 

etc 

Jebb, Thos., B., clock 

Kane & Kane, Ltd., muslin . . 
MacDonald, J„ & Co., Ltd., 

blankets, packing, etc 

MacNab Bros., bread and butter 

plates 

Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 

books 

Madden, G. T., clock repairs . 
Mercer Reformatory Industries, 

blankets, counter panes, 

towels, etc 

Military Hospitals Commission 

Industries, dresers rocking 

chairs, wardrobes, etc 

Morrison, J., Brass Mfg. Co., 

repairs to thermometers, etc. 
Murray-Kay, Ltd., dinner sets, 

blankets, etc 

Nelson's Fair, crockery, etc. . . 
North American Bent Chair Co., 

Ltd., chair seats, etc 

Northway Co., Ltd., curtain 

poles 

Northern Electric Co., lamps . 
Ohio Tuec Vacuum Cleaner Co.*_ 

gaskets 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 

blankets, rubber sheets, etc.. 



12 

10 

1 


50 
00 
68 


856 


32 


16 


00 


8 
1 


51 

00 


3,764 


17 



682 40 



13 80 



191 
117 


33 
43 


43 


80 


2 

707 


20 
40 


21 


00 


312 


35 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



215 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Feeb!e=Minded, Orillia. — Continued. 

Maintenance and. replacement of all furniture and furnishings.— Continued. 



Ontario Show Case Co., show 
case 104 00 

Orillia Hardware Co., hardware 

and kitchen utensils 384 19 

Parsons' Fair and Hardware, 
crockery and kitchen utensils 255 62 

Patterson, S. G., bobbins 3 00 

Phillips & Co., hardware and 

kitchen utensils 329 82 

Potter, Chas., condensors and 
gelatine 5 64 

Purdy Mfg. Co., hardware, etc.. 1 50 

Ritchie & Ritchie, electric sup- 
plies 13 87 

Simpson, E. J., fruit jars and 
rings 22 00 

Simpson, Robt, Co., Ltd., cur- 
tains, brass rods, etc 23 52 

Sinclair, J., suit hangers 6 48 



Singer Sewing Machine Co., 

Ltd., supplies 11 11 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., kitchen 

supplies 6 25 

Swinton, Wm., & Son, rugs, 

buffet, chairs, etc 334 35 

Taylor Instrument Co., recorder 

charts 5 13 

Waldron, R., & Co., blankets, 

cases 851 40 

Waites' Hardware, crockery, 

etc 54 09 

^Wood, E. A., Ltd., cambric, 

cheesecloth and curtain net, ■ 

etc 47 94 

World Furnishing Co., rockers, 

rugs, etc 37 90 

Wright, A., straw 64 54 



Live Stock, vehicles and farm implements ($1,139.47) 

Brethour, J. E., & Nephew 

pure bred boar 

Calverley, A. E., cow 



50 00 

140 00 

85 00 



Cooke & McLeod, milch cow . 
Grimm Mfg. Co., chimney and 

storage plant 390 00 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., cauld 

iron 14 50 



McLeod, P., milch cow 105 00 

Main Belting Co. of Canada, 

Ltd., belting 169 20 

Orillia Hardware Co., Ltd., 

wheel barrow 7 50 

Taylor, Forbes, Co., Ltd., 

mowers > 178 27 



Hospital for Insane, Penetanguishene. 

Salaries ($27,844.60) 

W. T. Wilson, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,800 00 

J. W. MoBride, M.D.; Nine do Assistant Physician 900 00 

W. H. Tallman : Twelve do Bursar 1,500 00 

Chas. E. C. Newton: do .Storekeeper 950 00 

Mary G. Williams: do Stenographer 400 00 

C. Hebart: , do Matron 700 00 

J. Crossett: do Laundryman 578 00 

'R. H. Rear: do Baker and Butcher 800 00 

R. Stockhill: Four and one-third do Engineer 325 16 

W. Gale: Seven ^ do do 525 00 

M.Wilson: Five do Asst. Engineer 263 44 

Wm. Rowley: Twelve do Carpenter 820 00 

Chas. Turner: do Asst. Carpenter 650 00 

H. Calverley: do Mason 600 00* 

C. D. Brown : do Painter 750 00 

J.A.Hamilton: do Farmer 900 00 

Wm. Carr: do Gardener 750 00 

Chief Attendants, Attendants and Nurses : 7.841 37 

Domestic Help : 2,077 17 

Stokers: 1,410 00 

Farm Hands: 1,586 00 

Temporary Assistance : 738 46 



Adams, F., salmon, 400 doz. at 
2.25 

Ames. Holden, McCready, Ltd., 
boots, 65 prs. at 2.95 



Expenses ($48,521.59) 



900 00 

191 75 



Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., soda, 6,160 lbs. at 
4.02 



247 63 



216 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Penetanguishene.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Bell Telephone Co., rental of 
instruments, 82.00; messages, 
16.18 

Berthelot, Cyrille, blacksrnithing 

Bourne, N. A. F., interments.. 

Breithaupt Leather Co., Ltd., 
leather, 104y 2 lbs. at 67c. . . 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., cotton, 
339 yds. at 13 %c, 31014 at 
18%c, 300 at 22y 2 c, 249 at 
28y 2 c; pique, 40 yds. at 35c; 
flannelette, 244% yds. at 
20y 2 c; shirting, 253 y 2 yds. 
at 25c, 333 yds. at 27y 2 c 
170 y 2 yds. at 29y 2 c, 171% 
yds. at 30c; less discounts, 
21.10 

Brunelle, P., machinery parts.. 

Campbell, E. D., plants 

Canada Preserving Co., Ltd., 
jams, 900 lbs. at 15c, 600 lbs.' 
at 16c; less discounts, 23.10 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Cloutier, Jos., manure, 12 loads 
at 25c 

Club Coffee Co., coffee, 625 lbs. 
at 22c, 900 lbs. at 27c; tins, 
1 at 75c 

Consumers' Cordage Co., cord, 
100 lbs 

Copeland, G., & Sons, oatmeal, 
54 bags at 3.50; rolled oats, 
15 bags at 3.50; corn flour, 
10 bbls. at 10.50; cornmeal, 
1 bbl. at 10.50; flour, 86 bbls. 
at 8.90, 15 bbls. at 10.95; 
bread, 630 lbs. at 6c, 4,578 lbs. 
at 6%c; bran flour, 500 lbs. 
at 1.75; salt, 8 bbls. at 3.00; 
seeds, 2.70; buckwheat, 2 bus. 
at 2.00; bran, 2,500 lbs. at 1.60, 
2,000 lbs. at 1.75; shorts, 
14,160 lbs. at 1.75; oats, 156% 
bus. at 80c, 233% bus. at 
86c, 458% bus. at 95c, 196 
bus. at 1.05, 213 nus. at 1.08; 
chop, 5 tons at 51.00, 5 tons 
at 70.00; rolled wheat, 5 bbls. 
at 6.75 

Crown Tailoring Co., Ltd., mak- 
ing uniforms, 11 at 10.00; 
trousers, 11 prs. at 2.50 

Cudahy Packing Co., cleanser, 
1 bbl 

Dawson, W., & Sons, Ltd., sub- 
scriptions, sundry magazines 

Douglas, E. T., interments .... 

Dusome & Tessier, repairs to 
vehicles 

Farmers' Feed Co., Ltd., 
brewers' grains, 35,600 lbs. at 
1.75^ 



98 18 

142 20 

20 00 

70 02 



541 31 
14 10 
17 50 



207 90 
124 32 

3 00 

381 25 
27 38 



3,639 


33 


137 


50 


16 


50 


29 

2 


SO 
50 


4 


50 


623 


00 



308 


78 


26 


60 


151 


27 


43 


on 


1 


56 


16 


70 



Fielding, J. L., & Co., tea screen- 
ings, 320 lbs. at 16c, 320 lbs. 
at 28V 2 c 142 40 

Grendon, A., & Son, straw, 8,950 
lbs. at 25c; hay, 8,900 lbs. at 
50c 66 87 

Gilbert, Jos., cutting and bind- 
ing oats, 14 acres at 1.25 ... 17 50 

Gillett, E. W., Co., Ltd., yeast, 
50 lbs. at 13c, 200 lbs. at 15c. 36 50 

Gilmore, F. W., interments . . 5 00 

Gordon, Mackay & Co., Ltd., 
sox, 36 doz. at 2.85, 12 doz. at 
4.50; braces, 5 doz. at 2.50, 5 
doz. at 3.75; shirting, 171 yds. 
at 30c; cottonade, 229% yds. 
at 30c; sundries, 70c 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., stationery.. 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight 

Grasselli Chemical Co., Ltd., 
chemicals 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages . . 

Hamilton, J., trav. expenses.. 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., but- 
ter, 3,920 lbs. at 37.9c, 930 
lbs. at 49c; cheese, 1,018 lbs. 
at 24c; eggs, 90 doz. at 49c; 
ham, 150 lbs. at 38 14 c; oleo- 
margarine, 6,222 lbs. at 3iy 2 c, 
56 lbs. at 31c; express, 36c; 
less discounts, 5.52 

Hollister, J. W., stable blankets, 
4 at 3.54; harness repairs 
and sundries, 74.84 

Hood, D., veterinary services.. 

Horrell, J. B., & Son, cotton, 
128y» yds. at 25c; linen 
thread. 1 doz. at 3.00; slip- 
pers, 45 prs. at 1.65; combs, 

1 doz. at 3.00; sweater coats, 
4 doz. at 48.00; ribbon, 75 yds. 
at 12y 2 c; print, 381 yds. at 
25c, 126 yds. at 30c, 10 yds. 
at 50c; handkerchiefs, 5 doz. 
at 1.00; laces, 5 doz. at 60c; 
belts, 1 doz. at 4.00; lawn, 40 
yds. at 22c, 10 yds. at 35c; 
gingham, 12y 2 yds. at 25c . . 479 23 

Hospital for Insane, Hamilton, 

mangel seed, 60 lbs. at 70c; 

chicks, 200 at 50c 142 00 

Ingram & Bell, chemicals, drugs, 

etc 178 19 

King, O. N., manure, 13 loads 

at 25c 3 25 

Lahey, D. A., & Co., straw hats, 

2 doz. at 2.75; tobacco, 200 
lbs. at 63c, 252 lbs. at 97c; 
boots, 44 prs. at 5.50, 140 prs. 
at 2.40; laces, 8 gro. at 2.00; > 
rubber boots, 3 prs. at 4.50; 
overshoes, 1 pr. at 2.75; but- 
tons, 144 doz. at 8c, 56 doz. 



4,259 37 



89 00 
84 00 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



217 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Insane, Penetanguishene.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 

at 10c, 12 doz. at 30c, 1 gro. prs. at 2.22; jeans, 100 at 1.74; 

at 3.75, 1 gro. at 4.00, 1 gro. smocks, 91 at 1.88, 100 at 2.06; 

at 4.32; sweaters, 8 at 2.25; sundries, 5.45 

corsets, 13 prs. at 90c, 6 prs. Midland Argus, . advertising, 

at 1.10, 1 doz. at 11.00; wool, 1.00; printing, 11.80 

162 lbs. at 1.20; 6 at 1.60; hair National Drug & Chemical Co., 

pins, 120 pkgs. at 2*&c; pins, Ltd., drugs and chemicals .. 

20 doz. papers at 60c; ex- Nettleton, Chas. A., stationery, 

tracts, 2% doz. at 9.00; vine- 1.30; drugs, chemicals, etc., 

gar, 62 gals, at 30c., 30 gals, at 16.92 

32c; cheese, 1,087 lbs. at 26c; Newspapers and periodicals, 

starch, 800 lbs. at lie; canned subscriptions 

salmon, 140 doz. at 2.25; Nordheimer Piano Co., .Ltd., 

eggs, 15 doz. at 50c, 9 doz. at tuning piano 

55c, 20 at 60c; sundries, 4.87 2,053 17 Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 

Lawrason & Co., soap chips, flour, 510 bbls. at 10.95; rolled 

1,684 lbs. at 16y 2 c 277 86 oats, 36 bags at 10.80; shorts, 

Lee, Mrs. H. J., berries, 144 12 tons at 40.00; bran, 18 

boxes at 20c 28 80 tons at 35.00 ; bags, 3.00 

Long, T. & Bro., Ltd., raisins, Ontario Agricultural College, 

600 lbs. at 12y 2 c, 300 lbs. at Chemical Dept., testing flour. 

13%c; sugar, 15 bags at 8.36, Ontario Reformatory Industries, 

20 bags at 8.85, 5 bags at 8.86, brooms, 12 d'oz. at 6.75, 15 

10 bags at 8.96, 15 bags at doz. at 3.75; whisks, 2 doz. 

8.79, 30 bags at 9.25, 5 bags at 1.75; uniform cloth, 50 yds. 

at 9.26, 10 bags at 9.36; barley, at 1.50; mitts, 8 doz. prs. at 

3 bags at 6.50, 8 bags at 6.75; 4.50; shoe laces, 2V 2 gro. at 

tapioca, 200 lbs. at 17 1 /2 c; 1.25; pudding, 45 lbs. at 15c; 

canned salmon, 100 doz. at hams, 26 lbs. at 29c, 118 lbs. 

3.25; tea, 1,100 lbs. at 45c; at 30c, 234 lbs. at 31c, 48 

figs, 528 lbs. at 7y 2 c; sago, lbs. at 32c; beefloaf, 51 lbs. 

203 lbs. at 15c; prunes, 500 at 25c; brawn, 79 lbs. at 23c; 

lbs. at ll%c, 300 lbs. at liver, 32 lbs. at 13c; beef, 835 

12%c, 700 lbs. at 13c, 200 lbs. lbs. at 14%c, 1,227 lbs. at 15c, 

14 1 /2 c; corn starch, 40 lbs. at 430 lbs. at 16c, 585 lbs. at 

10c, 40 lbs. at liy 2 c 2,325 20 16V 2 c, 685 lbs. at 17c, 897 

Lumbers, Jas., Co., Ltd., soap, lbs. at 18c, 131 lbs. at 18!/ 2 c, 

5 cases at 6.10 30 50 143 lbs. at 19c, 127 lbs. at 

MacLean Pub. Co., Ltd., sub- 19y 2 c, 680 lbs. at 20c, 560 

scription, Canadian Grocer. . 3 00 lbs. at 21 14c, 550 lbs. at 22c, 

McDonald, P. A., subscriptions 287 lbs. at 22y 2 c, 574 lbs. at 

/ to periodicals and newspapers, 23c, 596 lbs. at 24c, 1,586 

19.35; drugs and chemicals, lbs. at 25c, 120 lbs. at 26c, 

28.37 47 72 178 lbs. at 26y 2 c, 165 lbs. at 

McDowell, J. S., caps, 8 doz. at 28c; jellied hock, 165 lbs. at 

8.00; underwear, 25 doz. at 15c; lard compound, 50 lbs. 

9.00; men's suits, 50 at 10.00; at 19y_,c, 200 lbs. at 26c; mut- 

sheepskin coats, 4 at 10.00 .. 829 00 ton, 55 lbs. 'at 19c; head- 

McElroy Bros., beef, 1.141 lbs. cheese, 289 lbs. at 13c, 383 

at 20c, 482 lbs. at 20y 2 c, 1,427 lbs. at 13y 2 c, 153 lbs. at 14c; 

lbs. at 2iy 2 c; mutton, 92 lbs. bacon, 102 lbs. at 37y 2 c, 307 

at 26c; chicken, 130 lbs. at lbs. at 38c, 54 lbs. at 40c, 50 

25c; manure, 11 loads at 25c. 692 99 at 41c, 35 at 42c; less dis- 

Marchand, T., manure, 28 loads counts. 309.38 

at 25c 7 00 Parke, Davis & Co., kreso, 40 

Mercer Reformatory Industries. gals, at 75c 

stockings, 360 prs. at 34c, 48 Parson, H., playing cards. 2 doz. 
prs. at 18c; shirts and at 1.50; tissue paper, 18 rolls 
drawers, 50 at 1.00, 58 at 1.10, at 15c; toilet paper, 2 cases 
36 at 1.29; shirts, 100 at 1.08; at 8.00; dolls, 4 at 45c; hand- 
shirting. 538 yds. at 29y»c, kerchiefs, 6 doz. at 1.02; 
270 at 30c; flannelette, 210% ' combs, 6 doz. at 1.25; pipes, 
yds. at 20%c; overalls, 150 4 doz. at 1.10; sundries, 68c 



1 


,572 


20 




12 


so- 




161 


il 




18 


22 




7 


85 




3 


00 



7,086 30 

2 00 



2.634 39 
30 00 



42 20 



218 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Penetanguishene. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Pathescope of Canada, Ltd., 
lamps, 4 boxes at 3.50; films, 
71.25; sundries, 16c 

Penetanguishene Carriage Co., 
Ltd., repairs to vehicles .... 

Penetanguishene Light & Water 
Commission, light, 289.25; 
water, 1,955.76; service 
charge, 500.00 

People's Store, The, fish, 92 lbs. 
at 16c. 

Perkins, Ince & Co., soap, 50 
boxes at 5.55 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . . 

Pratt, D. S., coal, 1,539 tons 
1,400 lbs. at 6.65, 23 tons 5 lbs. 
at 7.10, 48 tons 1,200 lbs. at 
7.25, 49 tons 896 lbs. at 8.40; 
freight, 22.25 

Puccini, A., & Co., Ltd., mac- 
aroni, 896 lbs. at 9VtC 

Rennie, Wm, Co., Ltd., seeds, 
plants, bulbs, etc 

Robitaille, A., straw, 34 tons 800 
lbs. at 8.00; stable rent at 
50.00 per annum 

Smith, E. D., & Son, Ltd., 
peaches, 30 bas. at 90c; pears, 
22 bas. at 1.00, 20 bas. at 1.10, 
28 bas. at 1.30; cherries, 15 
bas. at 1.53; jams, 780 lbs. at 
13%c, 1,020 lbs. at 15c; less 
discounts, 19.37 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds,, plants, bulbs, etc . . . 

Stockhill, R., trav. expenses . . 

Tallman, W. H., trav. expenses 

Thompson, W. M., candies, 198 
lbs. at 22c, 10 lbs. at 25c, 15 
lbs. at 50c; cotton, 210 yds. 
at 16c, 208 lbs. at 18c; paper 
bags, 500 at 45c, 500 at 50c, 
500 at 70c; mixed peel, 10 
lbs. at 30c; cornmeal, 638 lbs. 
at 71/00.; chloride of lime. 100 
pkgs. at 12%c, .6 doz. at 1.50; 
bathbrick, 4 gro. at 75c, 1V 2 
gro. at 1.00; molasses, 31 gals, 
at 60c, 55 gals, at 70c; fish, 
50 lbs. at 13V»c, 856 lbs. at 
15c, 140 lbs. at 16c, 536 lbs. 



85 


41 


25 


40 


2,745 


01 


14 


72 


277 
75 


50 
00 



11,195 82 

82 88 

135 11 

322 80 



369 28 

147 35 
US 60 

6 80 



at 17c, 771 lbs. at 18c, 70 
lbs. at 19c; thread, 10 gro. at 
8.40, 1 doz. at 1.20; buttons, 
54 doz. at 5c, 30 doz. at 10c, 
4 doz. at 45c, 4 doz. at 65c; 
cocoa, 2 doz. at 3.00; extracts, 
8 bots. at 75c; eggs, 204 doz. 
at 35c, 35 doz. at 60c; blue, 

14 lbs. at 22c, 6 lbs. at 23c, 
12 lbs. at 23y 2 c, -10 lbs. at 
28c; mustard, 10 jars at 1.50; 
cider, 2 gals, at 75c; gelatine, 
1 doz. at 2.25; jelly powders, 
18 doz. at 1.20; wax, 40 pkgs. 
at 14c; oranges, 4 doz. at 
65c, 6 cases at 6.00; pipes, 
1 box at 2.00; sapolio, 1 doz. 
at 1.20, 2 doz. at 1.45, 3 doz. 
at 1.50; grape fruit, 4 doz. at 
1.00; nuts, 130 lbs. 'at 25c; 
matches, 1 case at 5.40, 1 case 
at 7.00; raisins, 100 lbs. at 
17c, 50 lbs. at 12c; hair 
pins, 3 doz. at 1.20; dates, 
10 pkgs. at 18c; salt, 1 bag 
at 3.60; lemons, 8 doz. at 50c; 
cornstarch, 40 lbs. at 12%c; 
soda biscuits, 2 doz. boxes at 
3.60, 1 doz. at 4.00, 2 doz. at 
4.20; syrup, 683 lbs. at 8c, 
636 lbs. at 8%c, 332 lbs. at 
9c; sundries, 14.37; manure, 

15 loads at 25c 1,235 78 

Tilley, Chas., & Son, laces, 6 

gro. at 1.50 9 00 

Todd, H. G., machinery supplies 13 05 
Trustees, Sch. Sec. 7, Township 

of Tay, allowance 250 00 

Williams, L.,* services threshing 

ing, 2 days at 25.00 50 00 

Wilson, W. T., trav. expenses . . 14 55 
Wright, G. H., paints, oil, etc., 
5.20; fly paper, 6 cartons at 
60c; toilet paper, 1 box at 
8.50; axle grease, 25 lbs. at 
10c, 31 lbs. at 15c; horse 
clipper repairs, 6.00; hard- 
ware sundries, 33.10; hoes, 6 
at 85c; manure, 3 loads at 
25c; baskets, 10 at 79c; hose, 
100 ft. at 18c; tubes, 2 at 2.00 99 30 



Maintenance and repairs of all building-s, 

Armstrong Bros., & Frank, re- 
pairs to boiler house. 1,307.70; 
repairs to laundry roof. 365.00 1,672 70 

Dominion Paving & Contracting 

Co., carbolite carbolineum . . 101 25 

Georgian Bay Shook Mills, Ltd., 
lumber 90 00 

G. T. Ry. 'Sys., freight charges. . 7 65 

Keeble. Jno. B., & Co., paint, 

oil, etc 138 60 



roads, walks, grounds and fences ($3,804.07) 

Martin-Senour Co., Ltd., paints, 

oils, etc 630 77 

McGibbon Lumber Co., lumber. 245 91 
McGuire. Jno., moulding, 150 

ft. at 4c 6 00 

Nettleton, Chas. A., wall paper 76 72 

Quigley, Jas., brick 60 00 

Tessier. A., plaster, 37.95; lum- 
ber, 515.88; cement, 38.75 .. 592 58 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



219 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital for Insane, Penetanguishene.— Continued. 



Wright, G. H., screws, H5.10; 
nails, 2 kegs at 5.90; door 
bells, 6 at 1.45; belting, 15 V 2 
ft. at 35c, 14 ft. at 54c; 



Expenses.— Continued. 

locks, 9 at 3.20; wire screen, 
50 ft. at 40c; hardware sun- 
dries, 106.50 



181 89 



00 



00 



Maintenance and repairs to steam and 
engineer 

American-La France . Fire En- 
gine Co., Ltd., fire extin- 
guishers, 12 at 12.00 144 

Armstrong Bros., & Frank, 

plumbing repairs 101 

Armstrong, F., Co., Ltd., plumb- 
ing supplies 184 68 

Can. Allis-Chalmers, Ltd., 

plumbing supplies 11 10 

Can. Fairbanks Morse Co., Ltd., 

machinery repairs 63 23 

Can. Steam Boiler Equipment 

Co., Ltd., repairs to boilers.. 168 00 

Can. Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 
meter paper, 6 rolls at 3.36; 
machinery repairs, 15.80 .... 35 96 

Dom. Radiator Co., Ltd., radia- 
tor repairs 30 02 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods 

Co.. fire hose 26 91 



electric plants, plumbing and machinery, including 
s supplies ($1,843.65) 

Gillespie, Kirby Co., asbestos 
sheeting 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges. . 

Horlock. G. G., graffilo 

Ideal Engine & Packing Co., 
packing 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., oil 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., tools. . 

Military Hospitals Commission 
Industries, repairing pump . . 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd.. elec- 
trical supplies 

Robertson, Jas., Co., Ltd., plumb- 
ing supplies 

Shell Bar Boico Supply, Ltd.. 
boico, 116.90; plibrico, 433.76 

Tessier, A., cement 

Wallaceburg Brass & Iron Mfg. 
Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies. 

Winter Joyner, A. H., ink .... 

Wright, G. H., hardware supplies 



Maintenance and replacement of all turn 



Bell, A. W., machine needles.. 

Brock, W. R., Co., ticking 

Delaney & Pettit, curled hair.. 

Dominion Linens, Ltd., quilts 

Gordon MacKay & Co., Ltd., 
ticking, 157.91; rugs, 28.35 .. 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges. . 

Horrell, J. B., & Son, scrim, 
113.30; crockery, 6.00; linen, 
30.00 

Johns Hopkins Press, subscrip- 
tion, American Journal of 
Insanity 

Kennedy & Desroches, cabinet. . 

Lahay, D. A., & Co., jug 

McGuire, Jno., chairs 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
blankets, 831.20; sheeting, 
853.46; table linen, 25.36; 



1 


35 


115 


74 


82 


00 


155 


52 


186 


26 


6 


41 



149 30 



5 25 

8 20 
10 00 
62 50 



itureand furnishings ($4,248.10) 

towels, 251.92; pillow slips, 
28.00; cases, etc., 4.25 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., books 

Nettleton, J. E., repairing clock, 
1.75; teapots, spoons, etc., 
25.85 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
rubber sheets, 105.60; 
crockery, 24.75 

Ontario Show Case Co., show- 
case 

Parsons, H., dishes, crockery, 
etc 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., dishes, 
crockery, etc., 197.93; bedding, 
etc., 346.86 

Thompson, W. M., crockery, 
21.00; oilcloth. 54.00; tick- 
ing, 219.75 

Wright, G. H., kitchenware, etc. 



10 

80 

3 


31 

70 

50 


15 
16 
29 


84 
17 
03 


146 


14 


25 


45 


57 


06 


550 
40 


66 

00 


18 
85 


33 
52 
04 


,994 
13 


99 
40 



27 60 

130 35 
104 00 
172 40 

544 79 



294 75 

183 29 



Fleury's, J., Sons, 

Massey-Harris Co., 

ments 



Live stock, vehicles and farm implements ($229.18) 

plow 18 00 Penetanguishene Carriage 

Ltd., imple- Ltd., top for cutter . . . 
95 00 Wright, G. H., implements 



Co., 



00 

18 



Hospital for Insane, Toronto. 

Salaries ($61,505.74) 

J. M. Forster, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,800 00 

H. Clare, M.D.: do Asst. Superintendent 1 600 00 

C. A. McClenahan, M.D.: do Second Physician 1.500 00 

J. Algie, M.D.: Nine and a half do Third do 945 16 

J.Wells: Seven do Dentist 175 00 



220 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Toronto. 

Salaries. — Continued. 



G. W. Edgar: 


Twelve months' salary 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

: do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Nine do 

Five do 

Twelve do 

Attendants and Nurses: 

nee: 


as Bursar 


1,900 00 

1.043 38 

1,400 00 

691 00 


F. 0. Loft: 

J. F. Dwyer: 
Florence Coombs: 


Bursar's Clerk, allowance on 
military leave 

Storeekeeper 

Stenographer 


Jane MeNair: 


do 


565 00 


H. Crealock: 


do 


530 00 


E. Shand: 


Matron 


700 00 


Alex. McKenzie: 


Tailor 


900 00 


Robert McCammon 


Baker 


900 00 


J. B. Williamson: 


Engineer 


1,000 00 


Jas. Young: 
John Daly: 


Asst. Engineer 

Mason 


800 00 
900 00 


Jos. Anthony: 
Wm. Wilson: 


Carpenter 

do 


900 00 
623 11 


Chas. Arnott: 


Farmer 


291 00 


W. P. Strickland: 
Chief Attendants, 


Gardener 


700 00 
28 330 67 


Domestic Help: 




6 992 42 


Stokers: 




2,959 00 
1,260 00 
1,100 00 


Farm Hands: 




Temporary Assista 





Expenses (143. 712.55) 



Adams, Fred., tea, 2,469 at 36c, 
1,000 lbs. at 37c; split peas, 
1,176 lbs. at lie; clay pipes, 

2 boxes at 1.75; coffee, 1,050 
lbs. at 23c, 25 lbs. at 28c, 800 
lbs. at 26c; sundries, 85c; 
rice, 1,000 lbs. at 10c, 1,000 
lbs. at 10V 2 c; salmon, 276 
doz. at 2.25, 20 doz. at 4.00; 
pilchards, 100 doz. at 2.15 . . . 

Algwin, Dr. Jas., vaccine 

Allan, A. A., & Co., Ltd., caps, 

3 1-6 doz. at 6.75 

American Coal & Coke Co., coal, 

48.75 tons cannel at 5.25 

Ames - Holden - McCready, Ltd., 
shoes, 60 pr. at. 2.70; rubbers, 
12 pr. at 75c, less discount, 
18c 

Anthony, J., trav. expenses .... 

Armstrong & Paffard, Ltd., 
sugar, 2,105 lbs. at 9.19, 6 v bags 
at 9.04, 15 bags at 9.06, 10 
bags at 9.39; yellow sugar, 10 
bags at 8.64, 20 lbs. at 8.66, 5 
bags at 9.09, 5 bags at 9.49; 
coffee, 48 lbs at 35c; laundry 
starch, 812 lbs. at 9V 2 c; cur- 
rants, 56 lbs. at 26c, 56 lbs. 
at 26 ^c; raisins, 50 lbs. at 
14c; sago, 142. lbs. at 14y 2 c; 
cr. tartar, 25 lbs. at 79c, 25 
lbs. at 76c; sodas, 24 pkts. at 
43c, 48 lbs. at 35c; prunes, 
500 lbs. at ll%c, 500 lbs. at 
10V 2 c, 1,000 lbs. at 8y 2 c; 
cleaning materials, 7.20; corn 
starch, 120 pkts. at lie; mus- 
tard, 50 lbs. at 18c: syrup, 



2,970 
1 


05 

00 


21 


37 


255 


94 


170 
1 


82 
00 



1,871 lbs. at 714c, 2,326 lbs. at 
7 1 /2 c; baking soda, 1 case at 
3.50; cocoa, 8 lbs. at 2.40; ex- 
tracts, 2 doz. at 3.75; pepper, 
50 lbs. at 36c; almonds, 10 
lbs. at 52c; shelled walnuts, 
10 lbs. at 72c; almond paste, 
10 lbs. at 62c; canned vege- 
tables, 4 doz. at 2.25; cinna- 
mon, 10 lbs. at 37c; baking 
powder, 3 cases at 7.00; cocoa- 
nut, 15 lbs. at 29c; sundries, 
2.17; spice, 10 lbs. at 43c'; 
jelly powder, 12 doz. at 1.30'. . 1,708 21 

Atkinson, John, hay, 3,275 lbs. 

at 12.00 19 65 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., wyandotte soda, 
12,600 lbs. at 4.02, 5,600 lbs. 
at 4.07, 1,400 lbs. at 4.19y 2 c; 
wyandotte detergent, 250 lbs. 
at 9.52; sal soda, 5 bags at 
1.90 838 35 

Aylett, C. A., photographs, 18 

at 1.50 27 00 

Baines & Peckover, Dominion 
scraper, 1 at 

Bates & Dodds, interments . . . 

Beck, M. L., interments 

Bell Telephone Co., Ltd., rent 
of instruments, 296.46; mes- 
sages, 42.22 

Ben Hur Mfg. Co., Ltd., boxes, 
6 at 1.80 

Birrell, W. E., duro nurse, 226y 2 
yds. at 45c, 507 yds. at 65c 

Bonner's Columbia Insecticide, 
Columbian liquid, 30 gals, at 
2.50 75 00 



11 

90 
10 


50 
00 
00 


338 


G8 


10 


80 


301 


4S 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



221 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Toronto. — Continued. 



Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., buttons, 
12 gro. at 45c,» 3 gro. at 1.25, 

• 1 gro. at 3.10, 5 gro. at 1.10, 
% gro. at 3.65; suiting, 54 
yds. at 27%c, 97% yds. at 
25c; ties, 11 doz. at 2.25; 
Coate's thread, 19% gro. at 
8.40; sundries, 25.36; sateen, 
92% yds. at 30c., 224% yds. 
at 27 %c; mitts, 5 doz. at 3.00, 
1 doz. at 3.50, 3% doz. at 4.50; 
thimbles, 12 at 45c, 1 at 1.44; 
handkerchiefs, 3 doz. at> 1.20, 
6 doz. at 1.00; shirting, 464 
yds. at 23 %c. 774% yds. at 
27%c, 1,299 yds. at 28%c. 
229% yds. at 32% c; scrim, 
236 yds. at 26%c; tape, 12 
gro. at 2.22, 3 gro. at 2.42, 
5% gro. at 2.50; shoe laces, 9 
gro. at 3.75, 4 gro. at 4.00; 
cotton, 112% yds. at 32%c, 
108% yds. at 35c, 830% yds. 
at 18%c, 54 yds. at 16c, 127% 
yds. at 17%c, 264% yds. at 
27%c; braces, 6 doz. at 2.50; 
socks, 45 4-12 doz. at 3.00, 20 
doz. at 3.50, 15 doz. at 3.75, 25 
doz. at 2.25, 12 doz. at 3.25; 
linen thread, 1 gro. at 2.53, 4 
gro. at 1.65, 4 boxes at 1.00; 
shirts, % doz. at 12.00; Italian 
cloth, 85 yds. at 72%c; draw- 
ers, ]/ ( , doz. at 14.50; under- 
wear, 19 doz. at 12.00, 4 doz. 
at 13.50; lining 93% yds. at 
35c; canvas, 150 yds. at 30c; 
needles, 6 gro. at 2.65; combs, 
25 doz. at 85c, 6 doz. at 2/25, 
6 doz. at 1.10; cheesecloth, 
214 yds. at lie; hose, 3 doz. 

/at 2.25, 14 7-12 doz. at 3.75; 
hair pins, 20 lbs. at 27%c; 
darning needles, 6 doz. at 
95c; sewing and machine 
silk, i/j lb. at 15.25, % lb. at 
8.00; pins. 1 grt. gro. at 2. So, 
5 gro. at 45c; tailors' twist, 
', lb. at 11.00; less discount, 
107.01 2,543 94 



Bursar, to pay sundry accounts 
Cairns. B., cushion stamps, 4 

at 40c, 2 at 35c, 3 at 25c, 

2 at 65c; ink, % pint, 6.50; 

sundries. 3.42 ^ 

Cairo Bros., sundry fruit, 77.09; 

sundry vegetables, 34.41; 

olive oil, 1 can at 1.25 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 
Canada S. S. Lines, freight . . 
Can. Consol Rubber Co., Ltd., 

chain casing 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 

electrical supplies 5 19 

Can. Nor Ry. Co., charges 2 86 

Can. Odourless Disinfecting Co., 
disinfectant, 40 gals, at 1.15; 
sprayer, 75c; less discount, 
1-40 45 35 

Can. Oil Companies, Ltd., oil, 
41.90 gals, at 20c, 5 gals at 
80c, 88.47 gals at 36c, 10 
gals, at 95c; grease, 10 lbs. at 
15c; barrel, 3.00 58 23 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight, 516.61; 

demurrage, 1.00 ■ 517 61 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., message 15 

Can, Stamp & Stencil Co., Ltd., 
marking ink, 4 bots. at 9.80, 
6 bots at 9.15 94 10 

Caslor, John, repairing lawn 

mowers 9 00 

Caulfield, Burns & Gibson, 
coats, 2-12 doz. at 18.00; 
pants, 2-12 doz. at 16.50 5 75 

City Dairy, milk, 13,542 gals, at 
40c; ice cream, 18 gals at 
1.30; credit, 3.20 5,437 00 

Clare, Dr. Harvey, trav. ex- 
penses % . 13 90 

Club 'Coffee Co., coffee, 25 lbs. 
at 22c, 200 lbs. at 27c; tins, 
75c 60 25 

Consolidated Optical Co., repairs 

to glasses 3 90 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas 1,843 78 

Consumers' gasoline Supply Co., 

coupon books, 4 at 9.80 .... 39 20 

Cooper, W. H., recharging bat- 
tery 1 50 

Culp, Dr. H. J., veterinary ser- 
vices 28 00 

Cummings, Dr. S., prof, ser- 
vices 25 00 

Dance. N., cranberries, 5 qts. 

at 20c 1 00 

Davies, Win,, Co., Ltd., sausage, 
791 lbs. at 17c, 978 lbs. at 
21c, 100 lbs. at 18c, 300 lbs. 
at 19c, 100 lbs. at 18%c, 100 
lbs. at 19 %c, 1,190 lbs. at 
20c 670 85 

Diamond Cleanser Mfg. Co., 

diamond cleanser 14 00 

Doan & Charles, Ltd., coal, 76 
tons 1,656 lbs. at 9.38, 47 
tons at 7.80, 220 tons at 7.60, 
721 tons 600 lbs. at 8.25, 
173 tons 700 lbs. at 7.90, 10 
tons at 11.00, 4 tons 1,200 lbs. 
at 14.00-, 31 tons 1,180 lbs. at 
8.38 10,521 87 

Dodge Mfg. Co., Ltd., chain . . 86 

Dom. Express Co., charges 307 97 



10 95 



14 27 



114 

1,606 
9 


75 
28 

91 


23 
31 


00 
65 



222 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Toronto. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Doyle, M. ,Fish Co., fish, 50,415 
lbs. at 10c; oysters, 1 tin at 

2.30 

Drummond, W. A., & Co., milk 

can seals 

Drury, W. B., cartage 

Dundas Welding Co., welding. . 
Eaton., T., Co., Ltd., dress, 1 at 

9.95; sundries, 75c 

Edwards & Cole, floor wax, 100 

lbs. at 35c 

Edwards Mfg. Co., Ltd., wood 
filler, 1 gal at 2.65; floor wax. 
395 lbs. at 35c; liquid wax, 

10 gals at 3.25 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Ltd., fibre pails 

Evans, Dr. A., prof, services . . 

Fancy Goods Co. of Canada. 

Ltd., pipes, 2 10-12 doz. at 

80c, 3 doz. at 2.00, 3 doz. at 

2.25; hair brushes, 1 doz. at 

4.50, 2 doz. at 2.00 

Fee, John J., chicken, 30y 2 lbs. 
at 35c, 69% lbs. at 40c; 
cheese, 428 lbs. at 24c, 782 
lbs. at 24%c, 267 lbs. at 25c; 
eggs, 120 doz. at 40c, 120 doz. 
at 44c, 120 doz. at 45c, 600 
doz. at 49c, 600 doz. at 48c, 
120 doz. at 50c, 360 doz. at 
51c, 480 doz. at 52c; less 

discount, 8.00 

Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 100 bags 
at 2.00, 80 bags at 2.10, 3,042 
bus. at 1.25; apples, 5 bbls. at 

5.00 

Field, B., trav. expenses 

Fleischmann & Co. ,yeast, 398 

lbs. at 30c, 18iy 2 lbs. at 35c 

Foster, Mrs. J. V., services as 

nurse at 25.00 per week .... 

Forster, J. M., trav. expenses . . 

Gilbert, R. A., dental services . 

Goldsmith Bros., smelting & 

Refining Co., Ltd., laboratory 

supplies 

Gordon, Wm., services trimming 

coal 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., files, 3 at 
85c; binder, 1 at 10.75; sta- 
tionery, 33.05 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 

Gunn's, Ltd.. geese, 980 lbs. at 
26c; chickens, 756 lbs. at 

28c 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., 

Ltd., boots, 3 prs .at 3.95, 2 

prs. at 3.60; discounts, 38c . . 

Hamilton, W. B., Shoe Co., Ltd., 

shoes, 30 prs. at 2.00, 20 prs. 

at 1.60 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., but- 
ter solids, 21,248 lbs. at 37.20, 
8,500 lbs. at 48c; eggs, 3,780 



5,044 10 

5 25 

188 50 
1 50 

10 70 

35 00 



173 40 
26 10 
10 00 



23 52 



1,645 55 



4,195 52 
2 00 

182 93 

32 13 

87 40 

1 00 



46 90 
1.301 09 



46 35 

3,154 58 

3 26 



466 48 
18 67 
92 00 



doz. at 48c, 600 doz. at 42c; 
oleomargarine, 5,130 lbs. at 
31c, 3,696 lbs. at 31%c; 
cheese, 2,309 lbs. at 24c, 179 
lbs. at 24V 2 c; duck, 16 lbs. 
at 27c; chicken, 37 lbs. at 
32c. 17 lbs. at 40c 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., drugs 
and chemicals 

Hill, J., time books 

Hillier, H. G., telegrams 

Holden, A., auto repairs, 5.50; 
tires, 3 at 64.00; tubes at 7.90 

Holland, John, rat poison, 21 
lbs. at 1.00 

Horlock, G. G., toilet cleaner . . 

Humphrey. F. W., pot barley, 
10 bags at 5.25; syrup, 4,759 
lbs. at 7 1 /ic; matches, 1 case 
at 4.60; jelly powder, 6 doz. 
at 1.00; coffee, 24 lbs. at 40c, 
48 lbs. at 42c; sugar, 20 bags 
at 8.74, 5 bags at 8.14, 5 bags 
at 8.56, 15 bags at 8.31, 10 
bags at 8.81 ; cream of tartar, 
25 lbs. at 80c, 25 lbs. at 85c; 
white pepper, 50 lbs. at 25c; 
sauce, 2 doz. at 1.70; starch, 
420 lbs. at 9i/>c. 390 lbs. at 
9%c; sago, 287 lbs. at 14y 2 c; 
soda, 24 lbs. at 46c 

Hunnisett, F., Jr., veal, 819 lbs. 
at 25c 

Imperial Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
gasoline, 132.19 gals, at 31 Uc. 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., gasoline, 
178.22 gals, at 3iy 2 c, 274.22 
gals, at 33c, 137.9 gals, at 
32c ; polarine, 5 gals at 55-^c ; 
signal oil, 42 gals, at 1.27, 42 
gals at 1.43; barrel, 1 at 3.00, 
1 at 5.00; parawax, 40 lbs.- at 

14%c 

Imperial Tobacco Co,, Ltd., 
tobacco, 210 lbs. at 65c, 360 
lbs. at 64c, 548 lbs. at 70c, 
420 lbs. at 96c, 222 lbs. at 

92c; discount, 143.29 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd. drugs and 

chemicals 

Invalided Soldiers Commission, 
Industries, milk, 79,280 lbs. 
at 3.25 cwt; brooms,. 12 doz. 
at 6.40; tea tannings, 560 lbs. 

at 15c 

Jacobi, P., leather, 104 lbs. at 

67c; sundries, 8.94 

Kilgour Bros., paper bags 

Kinnear, Thos., & Co., tomatoes, 
22 doz. at 2.75; prunes, 500 
lbs. at 13c, 500 lbs. at 15c; 
sugar, 10 bags at 8.74, 15 bags 
at 8.07, 10 bags at 8.57, 10 
bags at 9.07. 5 bags at 9.39, 



17,452 


65 


143 
11 


14 
25 

48 


213 


30 


21 
3 


00 
50 



1,095 67 
204 75 

42 18 



323 06 

1,214 65 
1.147 67 

2,737 40 

78 62 
41 81 



191718 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



223 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Toronto.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



5 bags at 8.89, 1,225 lbs. at 
9.04; coffee, 24 lbs. at 35c; 
corn flakes, 1 case at 3.40; 
mixed spice, 20 lbs. at 35c, 
35 lbs. at 24c, 20 lbs. at 44c; 
mixed pickles, 12 doz. at 1.45, 
12 doz. at 1.75; peel, 30 lbs. 
at 26c, 30 lbs. at 29c, 30 lbs. 
at 35ct. ; sundries, 17.94; 
Purity oats, 10 sacks" at 5.85; 
raisins, 150 lbs. at 14c, 24 
lbs. at 43c; cocoa, 20 doz. at 
2.45; sago, 259 lbs. at 16c, 
283 lbs. at 15c; cream of tar- 
tar, 10 lbs. at 85c; sapolio, 
2 cases at 3.75; cornstarch, 
120 lbs. at llVuC; shaving 
soap, 12 doz. at 75c; salt, 2 
bbls. at 5.75; jelly powder, 
12 doz. at 1.15; chicken soup, 
4 doz. at 1.65; pearline, 2 
cases at 5.00; molasses, 366 
lbs. at 4y 2 c; tapioca, 291 lbs. 
at 14%c; shoe paste, 5 doz. 
at 1.20; extracts, 3 doz. at 

3.75 1,287 16 

Knox & Patterson, blacksmi th- 



ing 



Lake, Wm. H., fly paper, 2 cases 
at 5.50; rent of dishes, 6.67.. 

Lake Simcoe Ice Supply Co., 
ice, 506 2-7 tons at 1.75, 140 
cwt. at 25c 

Lawrence, J. W., drugs and 
chemicals 

Leckie, John, Ltd., duck, 48 yds. 
at 1.64 

Lewis, Rice, & Son., Ltd., side- 
walk scrapers, V2 doz. at 6.00; 
shaving brushes, 2 doz. at 
4.40; razors, 1 doz. at 13.25; 
spades, % doz. at 12.40; toilet 
clippers, 6 at 2.15; sundry 
hardware, 59.07; lawn 
mowers, 3 at 9.60; discounts, 
88c 

Lumbers, Jas., Co., Ltd., gran, 
sugar, 5 bags at 9.14, 2 bags 
at 8.97, 5 bags at 9.27, 2 bags 
at 9.79; yellow sugar, 10 bags 
at 8.74, 15 bags at 8.14, 5 bags 
at 8.87, 2 bags at 9.49; cream 
of tartar, 25 lbs. at 75c; 
cleaning materials, 55.23; 
candles, 40 lbs. at 10c; sodas, 
48 pkgs. at 28c, 12 doz. at 
35c, 24 doz. at 30c, 36 doz. 
at 46c, 36 doz. at 39c; cocoa, 
8 doz. at 2.40; prunes, 500 
lbs. at lie; shelled almonds, 
20 lbs. at 45c; tapioca, 100 
lbs. at 14%c; jelly powder, 
6 doz. at 1.00, 12 doz. at 1.15; 



97 80 



17 67 



921 00 



61 91 



78 72 



131 14 



raisins, 50 lbs. at 12 1 / / 2C.; 
matches, 1 case at 4.60; loaf 
sugar, 50 lbs. at 9:34; vinegar, 
33 gals, at 28c; syrup, 646 
lbs. at 7%c; cornstarch, 200 
lbs. at ll%c; barrel, 1 at 3.50; 
shoe polish, 12 doz. at 1.15; 
scrub brushes, 1 doz. at 1.50; 
soda, 1 case at 3.50; sauce, 

2 doz. at 1.70; mustard, 50 
lbs. at 26c; coffee, 48 lbs. at 

-40c; molasses, V 2 bbl. at 
29.12; pepper, 50 lbs. at 37c, 
50 lbs. at 39c; pickles, 6 doz. 
at 1.25, 4 doz. at 2.65; barley, 

3 bags at 5.00; discounts, 14.35 877 13 
Lyons & Marks, mops, 1 doz. at 

9.50, 2 doz. at 10.00, 2 doz. at 
12.60; old dutch cleanser, 

2 cases at 10.50 75 70 

Lyons, Geo. A., oats, 100 bus. at 

82c, 50 bus. at 1.15, 50 bus. at 
1.05, 100 bus. at 95c; straw, 

3 tons 400 lbs. at 12.00, y 2 ton 
at 13.00; hay, 8,467 lbs. at 
19.00, 9,746 lbs. at 20.00, 2,000 
lbs. at 21.00, 2,095 lbs. at 25.00, 

2,015 lbs. at 29.00 595 70 

Macdonald, John, & Co., Ltd., 
indigo twill, 49 yds. at 3.25, 
69y 2 yds at 3.00; longcloth, 
65% yds. at 22c; print, 80 yds. 
at 25c, 153% yds at 2414c, 
44 yds at 26%c, 164% yds. at 
28%c; discounts, 23.59 474 42 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 
flour, 484 bags at 4.40; bran, 
10 bags at 1.60 

Martin, C. M.. making uniforms, 
6 at 3.50; sundries, 2.27 

Mason Advertising Agency, ad- 
vertising 

Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., sundry 
repairs 

Mather, R. A., auto repairs . . . 

Meakins & Sons, brooms, H doz. 

at 16.40 4 10 

Medland Bros.. Ltd., yellow 
sugar, 10 bags at 8.87, 16 bags 
at 9.00, 2 bags at 9.65, 3 bags 
at 9.40; gran, sugar, 6 bags 
at 9.27, 5 bags at 9.40, 2 bags 
at 10.05; raisins, 100 lbs. at 
13^0.; prunes, 750 lbs. at 12c; 
scrub brushes, 3 doz. at 1.60, 
6 doz. at 1.45; molasses, 24 
gals, at 60c; salt, 10 bbls. at 
2.50, 2 bags at 1.05, 3 bbls. 
at 5.25; container, 1 at 1.50; 
sago, 433 lbs. at 15c; syrup, 
1,645 lbs. at 7%c, 4.499 lbs. 
at 7 1 /oc; sodas, 36 cartons at 
46c; tapioca, 484 lbs. at 



45 


60 


23 


27 


22 


43 




66 


2 


45 



224 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Toronto.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



14y 2 c; split peas, 294 lbs. at 
10c; jelly powder, 12 doz. at 
1.15; cornstarch. 120 lbs. at 
ll%c; discounts, 3.60 1,240 75 

Mercer Reformatory, laundry- 

ing, 303.48; onions, 17.93 ... 321 41 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
shirts, 42 at 1.29, 7 at 1.10, 
200 at 1.00, 200 at 1.72; cot- 
ton, 1,146 yds. at 20c, 900 
yds. at 21c, 331^ yds. at 
24y 2 'C*> overalls, 36 prs. at 2.10, 

24 prs. at 2.22; shirting, 338% 
yds. at 33c, 1,457 y 2 yds. at 
30c; drawers, 40 prs. at 1.29; 
flannelette, 105 yds. at 17y 2 c; 
sheeting, 117% yds. at 40c, 
322V 2 yds. at 29c, 213*4 yds. 
at 27y 2 c; nightgowns, 150 at 
78c, 101 at 1.32, 150 at 1.34, 
100 at 1.25; kimonas, 24 at 

165 2,668 33 

Might Directories, directory, 
10.00; city map, 1.15 I 1 - 15 

Military Hospitals Commission 
Industries, milk, 10,720 lbs. 
at 3.25 cwt • 348 40 

Montgomery, Alfred, chauffer's 
license 1 °° 

Murray, E. A., Co., rat and in- 
sect poison, 50 lbs. at 80c, 
6 lbs. at 1.50 49 00 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., Eton collars, 
67 5-12 doz. at 75c; collar 
and cuff sets, 12 at 50c 56 56 

McBride's Garage, gasoline ... 35 

McCleary, P., blacksmithing . . 30 

McCormack, J., cleaning dresses 2 00 

McCullough, Robt. W., hay, 2,075 

lbs. at 19.50 20 2i 

McJannett & Co., potatoes, 442 
bags at 1.80; freight, 38.57.. 834 17 

McLaren & Dallas, rubbers, 14 

prs. at 68c 9 52 

McNeilledge, C, apples, 11 bbls. 
at 3.40 37 40 

McWilliam & Everest, Ltd., 
lemons, 61.75; apples, 169.00; 
grape fruit, 20.00; oranges, 
24.00; onions, 5.00; pine- 
apples, 18.00; cabbages. 5.00; 
berries, 124 boxes at 23c; 
peppers, 2.50; peaches, 37.00; 
plums, 40 has. at 1.25; pears, 

25 bas. at 1.50 543 95 

National Geographic Society, 

annual dues ■ 2 50 

Nicholson Laboratories, medical 

supplies 2 50 

Northern Electric Co., electric 

supplies 

Office Specialty Co., Ltd., ledger 

cards 6 25 



Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd.. 
rolled oats, 1 bbl. at 6.97, 5y> 
bbls. at 6.97M», 5 bbls. at 
10.00, 96 bbls. at 10.60; flour, 
75 bbls. at 11.15, 1,065 bbls. 
at 10.95; jute bags, 20 at 15c, 
100 at 10c; bran, 1 ton at 
35.00 13,658 93 

O'Keefe's Brewery Co., Ltd., 
aerated water 4 50 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
beef. 751 lbs. at 16y 2 c, 6,865 
lbs. at 17c, 143 lbs. at 19c, 
264 lbs. at 15c, 631 lbs. at 
14',c, 1,014 lbs. at 22c, 4,609 
lbs. at 17V..C, 3,350 lbs. at 
18c, 9,496 lbs. at 20c, 4,991 
lbs. at 20y 2 c, 2,163 lbs. at 
22M..C, 2,575 lbs. at 24 i.e.. 
6,043 lbs. at 25c, 132 lbs. at 
23c, 9,723 lbs. at 24c, 3,283 
lbs. at 27c, 1,983 lbs. at 26c, 
5,131 lbs. at 23y 2 c, 341 lbs. at 
2iy 2 c; bacon, 106 lbs. at 39c, 
249 lbs. at 40c, 47 lbs. at 41c, 
95 lbs. at 38c, 115 lbs. at 42c; 
mutton, 51 lbs. at 23c, 276 
lbs. at 19c, 86 lbs. at 31c, 
196 lbs. at 26y 2 c; pickled 
hams, 138 lbs. at 28y 2 c, 177 
lbs. at 29c, 228 lbs. at 28c, 61 
lbs. at 30c, 57 lbs. at 57c; 
liver, 328 lbs. at 10c, 130 lbs. 
at lie, 376 lbs. at 12c, 653 
lbs. at 13c; baskets and bar- 
rels, 59 at 15c, 3 at 14c; 
smoked ham, 95 lbs. at 31c, 
51 lbs. at 30c, 58 lbs. at 32c, 
55 lbs. at 33c, 7 lbs. at 34c; 
bologna, 115 lbs. at 14c, 582 
lbs. at 15c; jellied hock, 125 
lbs. at 15c, 324 lbs. at 18c, 
43 lbs. at 17c, 120 lbs. at 20c; 
lard, 150 lbs. at 19y 2 c, 50 lbs. 
at 27c, 450 lbs. at 20c, 1,050 
lbs. at 26c; lard tubs, 7 at 
45c, 21 at 50c; sausage,, 157 
lbs. at 16c, 50 lbs. at 17c, 51 
lbs. at 24c; brawn, 162 lbs. 
at 23c; blood pudding, 48 lbs. 
at 15c; mince meats, 148 lbs. 
at 14y 2 c; head cheese,, 341 
lbs. at 14c, 40 lbs. at 13y 2 c; 
pork, 534 lbs. at 27y 2 c; jel- 
lied tongue, 12 lbs. at 30c, 54 
lbs. at 22c, 20 lbs. at 23c, 
49 lbs. at 25c; corn brooms, 
30 doz. at 4.25; veal loaf, 40 
at 18c; beans, 3 bags at 7.00; 
whisks, 2 doz. at 1.75; credits, 
861.70 15,881 44 



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225 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Toronto.— Continued. 



Expenses. 

Pathescope of Canada, Ltd., 
lamps, 2 at 60c, 3 boxes at 
4.00; sundries, 50c; film ser- 
vice, 90.00 103 70 

Paine, John B., Co., Ltd., chlor- 
ide of lime, 15 cases at 2.00. . 30 00 

Parke-Davis & Co., kreso. 40 
gals, at 75c:, 35 gals, at 85c. . 59 75 

Parisian Laundry Co., Ltd., 

laundrying 846 85 

Parsons, C. & Son, Ltd., leather, 
132 V 2 lbs. at 78c, 20^ lbs. at> 
38c; box kip, 14% H>s. at 50c; 
sundries, 1.50; discounts, 2.21 117 68 

Patterson, S., & Co., cider, 32 
gals, at 30c; barrels, 1 at 
2.50 12 10 

Peacock, J. W., hardware 3 90 

Pearcy, Sanderson & Co., 
brooms, 1 doz. at 16.00; metal 
polish, 2 doz. at 3.00; floor 
wax, 135 lbs. at 35c, 50 lbs. 
at 40c, 50 lbs. at 30c; credits, 
1.05 103 20 

Perkins, Ince & Co., Ltd., raisins, 
50 lbs. at 16c; gran, sugar, 2 
bags at 9.14; loaf sugar, 51 
lbs. at 9.94; yellow sugar, 1 
bag at 8.74; carroway seed, 10 
lbs. at 75c; cocoanut, 50 lbs. 
at 28c; currants, 56 lbs. at 
26c; icing sugar,, 25 lbs. at 
9%c; pickles, 2 doz. at 1.75; 
soap, 92 boxes at 5.55, 56 
boxes at 5.40 895 09 

Perrin, Fred. J., coffee, 400 lbs. 
at 23c, 200 lbs. at 27%c; 
ginger, 5 lbs. at 30c; tea, 15 
lbs. at 42c, 5 lbs. at 60c; war 
tax, 50c 158 30 

Perrin, J. H.. magazines, 49.10; 

bells and tissue paper, 3.50. . . 52 60 

Pestmaster, postage 236 13 

Price, S., & Sons, Ltd., milk, 

4,232 gals, at 40c 1,692 80 

Proctor & Gamble Distributing- 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., soap 
flakes, 7,846 lbs. at 16V»c, 666 
lbs. at 16%c 1,405 31 

Provincial Board of Health, 
antitoxine 3 00 

Puccini, A., & Co., Ltd., macar- 
oni, 257 lbs. at 6V 2 c, 943V 2 
lbs. at 914c; box, 1 at 2.25 106 24 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd.,' 
inspections, 31.00; repairs, and 
supplies, 14.60 45 60 

Reo Motor Sales Co.. Ltd., re- 
pairs 47 45 

Roberts & Fowler, cleaning 

chimneys 5 00 

Robertson Bros., Ltd., candies.. 68 48 



—Continued. 

Sanwell, A., harness sundries.. 59 50 
Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., dry 

goods, stationery, etc., 131.97; 

boots, 1 pr. at 5.50, 1 pr. at 

4.50; electric iron, 1 at 3.95; 

underwear, 3 suits at 3.00; 

playing cards, 5 doz. at 1.80, 

4 doz. at 3.00; suits, 10 at 
11.95, 15 at 12.95, 15 at 13.25, 
1 at 18.50; trousers, 15 prs. at 
2.95; shoes, 1 pr. at 4.49, 1 

pr. at 3.48, 1 pr. at 3.60 756 74 

Sloan, John,' & Co., gran, sugar,, 
10 bags at 8.74, 10 bags at 8.81, 

5 bags at 9.26, 2 bags at 9.39. 
1 bag at 9.79; soda biscuits, 24 
pkts. at 40c, 24 pkts. at 39c; 
syrup, 208 lbs. at 73,4c, 50 gals, 
at 1.30; mustard, 7% doz. at 
1.50; matches, 2 cases at 4.60; 
coffee, 400 lbs. at 21c; raisins, 
100 lbs. at 1234c, 50 lbs. at 
13c; vinegar, 60 gals, at 26c, 
61 gals, at 29c; corn starch, 
80 lbs at 1134c; spices, 25 lbs. 
at 35c; prunes, 500 lbs. at 
1134c; canned vegetables, 6 
doz. at 2.75; barrels, 4 at 4.50; 
blueing, 2 boxes at 2.45; corn 

flakes, 1 case at 4.15 1,452 27 

(Smith, D. P., rubbers, 1 pr 65 

Smith, E. D., & Son. Ltd., jam, 
360 lbs. at 18c, 450 lbs. at 
18 V 2 c, 360 lbs. at 19c; dis- 
count, 19.98 179 82 

Smith, H., hardware 78 

Smith, T. €., repairing glasses. . 1 75 

Spence, D., apples, 6 bbls. at 
4.50, 6 bbls. at 4.75; onions, 1 
bag at 2.50; oranges, 10 cases 
at 4.75; lemons, 1 case at 9.00; 
cherries, 20 bas. at 1.15, 19 

bas. at 1.40 164 10 

Stanley, J., repairs to glasses.. 2 60 
Stanners, A. C., specks, 3 doz. 
at 5.00, 2 doz. at 6.00; hard- 
ware, 3.25 30 25 

Steele. Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 

seeds 43 06 

Strickland, W. P., photo supplies 1 00 

Stronach & Sons, beets, 20 bags 

at 90c, 53 bags at 60c 49 80 

Sundry newspapers and periodi- 
cals, subscriptions, 64.99; ad- 
vertising, 22.68 87 67 

Thompson, W. J., services as 

pianist 114 00 

Toronto, Treas., City of, water 

rates 4,275 75 

Toronto Electric Light Co., 

light, 985.85; power, 27.51.... 1,013 36 
Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 

light, 123.30; power, 11.70.... 135 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital for Insane, Toronto. — Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 

Toronto .St. Railway Co., car 1 doz. at 13.60; starch, 440 lbs. 

tickets 60 00 at 9%c; sundries, 10.75; dis- 

Valley Camp Coal Co., coal, counts, 20.74 1,817 57 

1,587.60 tons at 5.38 8,566 59 Wells, Dr. Josephine, dental sup- 

Vaporine, The, Co., of Canada, plies, 44.25; trav. expenses, 

vaporine, 1 gal. at 3.00, 5 gals. 1.50 . .'. 45 75 

at 2.50; sprayer, 1 at 50c 16 00 West, E. V., trav. expenses 10 25 

Waldron, R., tweed, 421% yds. Westerbeck & Klyn, bulbs, 54.94; 

at 2.90; case, 1.00 1,224 08 packing and case, 2.20 57 14 

Warren Bros. & Co., Ltd., tea, Whitby Branch Hosp. for In- 

1,000 lbs. at 34c; cr. tartar, 25 sane, vegetables, 1,512.80; 

lbs. at 80c, 15 lbs. at 1.04; milk, 39,902 lbs., 513.21 2,026 01 

olives, y 2 doz. at 3.00; raisins, White Shoe Co., Ltd., shoes 46 

2 qt. boxes at 1.75. 100 lbs. at prs. at 2.15, 2 prs. at 4.95, 2 

ll%c; prunes, 1,700 lbs. at prs. at 2.00, 1 pr. at 3.15, 3 

lO^c, 500 lbs. at 13c, 1,250 lbs. prs. at 3.00, 2 prs. at 1.65, 70 

at 8%c; jelly powder, 12 doz. prs. at 1.75, 31 prs. at 1.15; 

at 90c, 12 doz. at 1.00, 12 doz. slippers. 24 prs. at 90c; shoe 

at 1.15; biscuits, 25% lbs. at polish, 9 doz. at 1.20 318 80 

21c; salt. 10 bbls. at 2.80; White Swan 'Spices & Cereals, 

mixed nuts, 38.00; gran, sugar, Ltd., corn meal, 4 bags at 

5 bags at 9.14, 2 bags, at 9.39; 7.50; flour, 1 bag at 10.50, 1 

yellow sugar, 5 cases at 8.74, bag at 7.00, 1 bag at 5.80 53 30 

10 bags at 8.14, 10 bags at Williams, R. S., & Sons, Co., Ltd., 

8.04; corn starch, 200 lbs. at records, 48.30; repairs to 

lie, 120 lbs. at ll%c; tins, 3 phonograph, 5.10 53 40 

at 30c; syrup, 1,915 lbs. at Woods, T. Ambrose, whiskey, 5 

714c; cocoa, 8 lbs. at 2.40; gals, at 4.90, 14 gals, at 4.75; 

soap chips, 177 lbs. at 11 %«.; malt extracts, 12 pts. at 25c; 

sago, 604 lbs. at 14 %c; toma- wine, 1 bot. at 60c, 1 bot. at 

toes, 20 doz. at 2.75; tapioca, 1.00, 2 bots. at 65c; container, 

528 lbs. at 14%c, 732 lbs. at 1 5-gal., 1.00; credits, 75c ... 97 15 

15%c; figs, 664 lbs. at 10c; Wylie, Isabella, services as 

barley, 5 bags at 5.65; blue, nurse at 25.00 per week 50 00 

40 lbs. at 19c; baking powder, 



Maintenance and repairs to all buildings, 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd.. iron. 
hardware, etc 6-3 

Belleville Hardware & Lock Mfg. 

Co., Ltd., iron, hardware, etc. 644 98 

Can. Inspection & Testing Co., 
testing cement 2 75 

Can. Oil Co., Ltd., oil and tur- 
pentine 116 53 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co., 

Ltd 139 32 

Foley, J., services as painter... 190 80 

Gilchrist, Jas. T., Lumber Co., 
Ltd., lumber 80 00 

Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 

corrugated matting and plates 31 15 

Hobbs Mfg. Co., Ltd., glass 5 90 

Jackson, Lewis, Co., Ltd., labour 
and materials installing tent 
and floor, 143.19; constructing 
sidewalks, 1,019.60 1,162 79 

Jefferson Glass Co., Ltd., shades 1 45 

Key Shop, The, keys and re- 
pairing 8 95 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., iron, 
hardware, etc 515 02 



roads, walks, grounds and fences ($4,378.71) . 

Lundy, A. R., building supplies. 4 24 

Maher, Wm., gravel 8 00 

MartinnSenour Co., Ltd., paints 

and oils 282 04 

Mickle. Dyment & Son, lumber. 44 58 
Moore, Penj., & Co., Ltd., paints 

and oils 34 95 

Ontario Lime Co., Ltd., plaster 

and cement 117 65 

Pay lists, wages of men 348 10 

Peacock, J. W., yale latch 3 on 

Pearcy, Sanderson & Co., brushes 105 5* 
Pilkington Bros., Ltd., glass ... 9 IK- 

Radcliff Saw Mfg. Co., repairs 

to saws 3 03 

Seaman, Kent & Co., Ltd., lum- 
ber 14 96 

Shaw, G., services as carpenter. 138 60 
Sherwin, Williams Co. of Can- 
ada. Ltd.. paints and oils.... 2 55 
Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., wall 

paper 1 7 90 

Smith, John B., & Sons, Ltd., 

lumber ' 263 70 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



m 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Toronto.— Continued. 

Maintenance and repairs to all buildings, roads, walks, grounds and fences.— Continued. 

Sonneborn, L., Sons, Inc., lapido- Whetter, Henry R., repairing 
lith 51 97 moulding 

Vokes Hardware Co., Ltd., hard- 
ware, netting, etc 21 21 



7 20 



Maintenance and repairs to steam and electric plants, plumbing and machinery, including 
engineer's supplies ($3,249.80) 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., iron, 

hardware, etc 38 57 

American-La France Fire En- 
gine Co. of Canada, Ltd., fire 
extinguishers 108 00 

Armstrong & Paffard, Ltd., 
soda 4 00 

Armstrong, Fred., Co., Ltd., 
plumbing and engine room 
supplies 188 03 

Beardmore Belting Co., Ltd., 

belting, 31.61; laces, 4.80 .... 36 41 

Benjamin Elec. Mfg. Co., electric 

fixtures 3 36 

Boiler Repair & Grate Bar Co., 

grate bars 14 35 

Borden-Canadian Co., machinery- 
parts 90 

Burleigh, F. W., services paint- 
ing 40 00 

Canada Pipe & Steel Co., Ltd., 
plumbing supplies 34 80 

Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 
electric supplies 110 29 

Can. H. W. Johns-Manville Co., 

Ltd., tungsten lamps 192 40 

Can. Oil Companies, Ltd., oil, 
etc 38 10 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 4 75 

Can. Powers Regulator Co., tank 
regulator 86 25 

Chace Automatic Valve Co., 
valves 70 00 

Dodge Mfg. Co., Ltd., wood 
pulleys 28 05 

Dominion Radiator Co., valves. 13 72 

Dundas Welding Co., machine 
repairs 7 00 

Garlock Packing Co., rubber 
packing 43 43 

Graveage Mfg. Co., graphite 85 00 

Gurney Foundry Co., grate bars, 
etc 7 92 

High Grade Oil Co., oil, etc 26 76 



Hobbs, Samuel, hot plate 

Imperial Oil Co., gasoline and 
oils 

Jones & Moore Electric Co., re- 
pairs to controller 

Knox & Patterson, repairs to 
vise 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., hard- 
ware 

Lyman Bros. & Co., Ltd., chemi- 
cals 

McClary Mfg. Co., castings 

McDonald & Willson, Ltd., elec. 
trie supplies 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 
plumbing supplies 

National Drug & Chemical Co., 
Ltd., chemicals 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd., dry 
cells, etc 

Pay lists, wages of men 

Robertson, Jas., Co., Ltd., 
plumbing supplies and ther- 
mometers 

Sadler & Haworth, leather belt- 



ing 



Shell Bar Boico Supply, Ltd., 
boico, 832 lbs. at 10c 

Standard Bronze Co., Ltd., 
bronze band 

Toronto, City of, Dept. of Works, 
alteration to services 

Toronto Laundry Machine Co., 
Ltd., repairs to washers and 
supplies 

Turnbull Elevator Mfg. Co., 
valve leathers 

Turner, C. B., & Co., boiler lin- 



ing 



Up to Date Repair & Vulcaniz- 
ing Experts, motor repairs . . 

Wilson & Cousins, hose reel 
brackets 



ft 25 


21 


66 


13 70 


12 05 


340 


67 


99 


313 


20 


16 


75 


1 


14 


12 

40 


93 
00 


912 


39 


51 


83 


83 


20 


2 06 


20 


02 


79 


7\ 


9 


00 


10 


82 


2 


50 


99 


00 



Maintenance and replacement of all furniture and furnishings ($17,890.88) 

Adams Furniture Co., Ltd., chair 5 00 

^t>!o'o" D.. Co.. books 65 33 

Armstrong, Fred., Co., Ltd., 

17 26 



plumbing supplies 

Bigley, R., Mfg. Co., Ltd., fur- 
nace repairs 9 90 

Blakeslee, G. S., & Co., Ltd., egg 
beaters 12 60 



Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., ticking, 
scrim, towels, etc 662 76 

Burrow, Stewart & Milne Co., 
Ltd., scales, 13.45; repairs, 
1.90 15 35 

Can. Bag Co., Ltd., hessian, 102 
yds. at 39%c 40 55 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Insane, Toronto.— Continued. 

Furniture and furnishings.— Continued. 



Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 
electrical supplies 

Can. Oil Companies, Ltd., tur- 
pentine and oil 

C. P. Ry., freight 

Can. Tumbler Co., tumblers . . . 

Can. Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 
lamps 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co. of 
Can., Ltd., mirror 

Delaney & Pettit, Ltd., steriliz- 
ing hair and fibre 

Diston, H., & iSons, handsaw 

Dundas Welding Co., repairs to 
laundry machine 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Ltd., fibre pails 

Eureka Refrigerator Co., Ltd., 
..refrigerators ....... : .. : 

GarlCCk Packing Co., packing.. 

Gowans, Kent & Co., Ltd., 
crockery, glassware, etc 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., wire baskets 

Grimshaw, T., & Co., cleaning 
bowling alley, and repairing 
furniture 

Grimshaw, T., services as mat- 
tress maker at 65c. per hour. 

Gurney Foundry, Ltd., coffee 
urns, containers, carving 
tables, etc 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Ltd., 
sheet packing . ." 

Hobart Mfg. Co., kitchen sup- 
plies 

Ibbotson, Fred., sharpening 
knife , 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., bath ther- 
mometers 

Invalided Soldiers' Commission 
Industries, tables, beds and 
blankets 

Johnstone, T., crockery 

Key Shop, The, keys 

Knox and Patterson, furnace 
rake 

Lake, W. H., dishes and crock- 
ery 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., hard- 
ware 



23 00 



58 

20 

6 


13 
54 

00 


2 


25 


4 


68 


79 
3 


74 
08 


1 
14 


75 
70 


171 
14 


14 
44 


26 
15 


33 

25 


328 


25 


196 


95 


1,159 


13 


5 


84 


999 


60 




40 


' 7 


65 


1,286 

132 

1 


65 
81 
95 


3 


00 


882 


86 


200 


46 



Lyman Bros & Co., Ltd., drugs 
and chemicals 

Lyons & Marks, glassware .... 

Macdonald, Jno., & Co., Ltd., 
ticking and table linens 

Madigan, P. J., gold bronze .'. . . 

McAinsh & Co., Ltd., books 

McClary Mfg. Co., grates, etc. . . . 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
table linen, sheets, pillow 
slips, etc 

Military Hospitals Commission 
Industries, settees, table, etc.. 

Northern Aluminum Co., Ltd., 
trays, kettles, etc 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 
lamps 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
rubber sheets 

Ontario .Show Case Co., show 
case 

Peacock, J. W., padlocks 

Pearcy, . S., & Co., Ltd., wall 
brushes, spoons, etc 

Piper, N. L.,- Railway Supply Co., 
lanterns 

Quality Cleaners & Dyers, clean- 
ing curtains 

Roddon, C, repairing boiler. . . . 

Russill Hardware Co., chair 
seats 

Sheet Metal Products Co. of 
Canada, galv. pails, boilers, 
cuspidors, etc 

Shell Bar Boico Supply, Ltd., 
boico 

Sievers, M., sharpening saws... 

Simpson, Root., Co., Ltd., coffee 
percolator, tableware, cur- 
tains, rugs, etc 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
sewing machine, 70.00; re- 
pairs, 15.15 

Smith, H. H., hardware 

Stanley, J., clock repairs 

Toronto Hydro Electric Sys., 
electric plate 

Turner, J. J., & Sons, Ltd., tent 

Vokes Hardware Co., Ltd., 
kitchen supplies 



15 70 
48 6.0 

298 10 
15 

16 90 
9 79 



6,694 92 

1,427 00 

853 95 

507 60 

163 40 

104 00 
1 80 

43 04 

16 50 

8 00 
24 00 

12 00 

44 75 

69 60 
25 

745 10 



85 


15 




85 


2 


50 


7 


25 


65 


00 



49 6.' 



Live stock, vehicles and farm implements ($12.00) 
Reo Motor Sales Co., Ltd., covering for engine hood 



12 00 



Maintenance of Patients at Whitby Branch. 

Salaries and wages and expenses of all officers and employees, all operating expenses, and for the 
purchasing of all supplies and materials, and any other expenses in connection therewith ($67,883.87) 

J. S. Hogg: . . Twelve months' salary as Resident Director 2,000 00 

G. F. McGillivray, M.D. : do Physician 600 00 

T. Gourlay: Two and one-half do Clerk 176 30 

W. Jermyn: Six do do 442 20 



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229 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Maintenance of Patients at Whitby Branch.— Continued. 

Salaries, wages and operating expenses, etc.— Continued. 

H. B. Magowan : Twelve months' salary as Clerk 930 00 

E. 0. Dell : do do and Stenographer 1,074 00 

H. Brown : do Storekeeper 660 00 

A. E. Brown : One dp Assistant Storekeeper 49 00 

L. R. Baker: Three do do 105 00 

E. E. Gurney : Two do Office Boy ' . . . 44 00 

R. Beatty : Twelve do Parmer 1,229 00 

H. Ross: do Assistant Farmer 728 50 

C. P. Arnott : do Gardener 600 00 

J. Dewan: do Dairyman 720 00 

Domestic Help : 4,219 78 

Parm Hands: 4,029 2.9 

Chief Attendants, Attendants and Messenger 3,791 20 



Ackerman, B. P., Sons & Co., 

Ltd., stable equipment 34 40 

Allaway, W., apple barrels, 40 at 

70c 28 00 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., hard- 
ware supplies 92 77 

Allen, A. A., & Co., Ltd., caps, 
5 doz at 10.50; straw hats, 6 
doz. at 3.50 73 50 

Allen, A H., drugs and chemicals 56 68 

Allen, P. S., services cutting ice 

at 35c. per hour 6 83 

Anderson, H. B., potatoes, 12 

bus. at 1.40, 24 bus. at 1.50. . . 52 80 

Armstrong, P., Co., Ltd., plumb- 
ing supplies 38 20 

Ayres, Wm., blacksmithing. . . . 1 20 

Barrett Co., Ltd., disinfectant, 

10 gals, at 3.00; discount, 4.76 25 24 

Bassett, R. W., needles, 300 for 
45c; clock, 1 at 4.25; spec- 
tacles, 4 prs. at 1.25 9 70 

Bateman, vWilkinson Co., Ltd., 
implement repairs 15 30 

Beatty, Robert, apples, 4.00; 
trav. expenses, 22.20 26 20 

Beatty, Wm., trav. expenses ... 3 70 

Belleville Hardware & Lock Mfg. 

Co., Ltd., keys 92 

Bell Telephone Co., rental of in- 
strument, 71.00; messages, 
91.67 162 67 

Ben Hur Mfg. Co., Ltd., hampers 102 00 

Blakeslee, G. L., & Co., Ltd., 
cream beater, 1 at 4.20; pinion 
for peeler, 1 at 8.34; gears for 
pinion, 1 set at 6.48 19 02 

Boeckh Bros. Co., Ltd., brushes, 
1 doz. at 4.70, 1 doz. at 12.00, 
y 2 doz at 12.50 22 95 

Bowden, Thos. P., bob sleighs, 
1 set at 33.00; repairs to im- 
plements, 25.46 58 46 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 
oil 308 16 

Brockville Hospital for the In- 
sane, cows, 5 at 125.00 625 00 



Broughton, W. A., & Sons, pigs, 
7 at 7.00; cows, 1 at 125.00; 
potatoes, 6 bbls. at 5.25, 2 bbls. 
at 6.00; barrels and bags, 1.80 219 30 

Brown, L., services as plumber 

at 100.00 per month 74 19 

Bruton, W. H., harness and auto 
supplies and repairs 77 66 

Bryant Press, Ltd., meal tickets, 

12 rolls at 1.00 12 00 

Brock, W. R., Co.. Ltd., blankets. 
52 prs. at 3.37%, 6 prs. at 4.50, 
25 prs. at 4.80, 30 prs. at 5.40, 
70 prs. at 6.00; towels, 1 doz. 
at 5.70;; overalls, 10 doz. at 
19.00, 10 doz. at 21.00; shirts, 
20 doz. at 12.00; mitts, 8 doz. 
at 6.50, 5 doz. at 9.00; socks, 
46 doz. at 3.00; underwear, 20 
doz. at 10.00; needles, 1 gro. 
at 1.75; laces, 1 gro. at 1.44, 
1 gro. at 5.50; smocks, 10 doz. 
at 18.00, 10 doz. at 21.00; 
cheesecloth, 127 yds. at 7%& : , 
126 yds. at 9V 2 c; braces. 3 
doz. at 3.00, 3 doz. at 4.50; 
thread, 1 gro. at 8.40; sun- 
dries, 7.71; discounts, 97.44.. 2,346 57 

Cameron, Wm., services cutting 

ice at 37M>c. per hour 29 81 

Campbell. M. E., services killing 
hogs 8 00 

Campbell Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
bran, 3,000 lbs. at 1.75, 2 tons 
at 37.50 127 50 

Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 

lamps, 200 at 27c 54 00 

Canadian Farm, subscription ... 100 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. . . 52 35 

Can. Express Co.. charges 155 06 

Can. Customs, duty charges ... 34 95 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., messages 3 37 

Can. Home-made Preserving & 
Pickling- Co., marmalade, 17 
pails at 4.80 81 60 

Cohoe. R. B., seeds, bulbs, tc 18 00 



830 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Maintenance of Patients at Whitby Branch,— Continued. 



Salaries, wages and expenses of operating, etc.— Continued. 



Colby, John, services cutting ice 
at 35c. per hour 

Gook, Dr. D. D., dental services 

Cooper, Smith Co., oats, 100 bus. 
act 83c 

Consumers' Cordage Co., Ltd., 
twine, 500 lbs. at 28c, 140.00; 
less freight, 2.03 

Cudahy Packing Co., cleaning 
•materials 

Cnmmings, K., services cutting 
ice at 35c. per hour 

Davidson & Waterhouse, plumb- 
ing repairs 

Dept. of Agriculture, Ontario 
seed wheat, 80 bus. at 2.74 . . . 

Dimickili, D., services cutting 
ice at 35c. per hour 

Disney, W. T.. repairs to imple- 
ments 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Dominion Sugar Co., brown 
sugar, 1,400 lbs. at 8.24, 20 
bags at 8.57. 10 bags at 8.80, 
30 bags at 8.97 

Doyle, M., Pish Co.. Ltd., fish, 
2,208 lbs. at 10c 

Drummond, W. A., & Co., lead 
seals for milk can? 

Dumfries & Wilmot Ontario Seed 
Co., seed oats, 50 bus. at 1.75. 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., 
Ltd., tire cover 

Eaton, T., Co.. Ltd.. heaters. 3 
-at 11.00; acme repair outfit. 

1 at 1.75; scrub brushes, 47 at 
X5e; suit. 1 at 13.50 

Eby-Blain, Ltd.. baking powder, 
5 cases at 6.00; barley. 5 bags 
at 5.50 

Eddy, E. B:. Co., Ltd., toilet fix- 
tures, 8 at 50c; toilet paper, 

2 cases at 13.70, 1 case at 
15.27; discount, 4.11 

Farmers 1 Advocate and Home 
Journal, subscription 

Farmers' ,Seed Co., Ltd., brewers' 
grains, €8.100 lbs. at 1.75 

Fee, John J., eggs, 90 doz. at 
471/oC 

Fusco, R., services cutting ice 
at 35c per hour 

Gascoigne, S. J., services cutting 
ice at 45c per hour 

Gaston, W. J., eggs, 30 doz.- at 
38c, 27 doz. at 40c 

Gifford, Wood & Co., engine 
room supplies 

Globe Printing Co., Ltd., sub- 
scriptions 

Croodall, B.. services painting at 
45c per hour 



25 90 

39 00 

83 00 



137 


97 


13 


96 


15 


05 


1 


80 


219 


20 


12 


25 


8 


95 


418 


89 


643 


86 


220 


SO 


4 


00 


87 


50 


40 


00 


55 


30 


57 


50 


42 


56 


1 


50 


.191 


75 


42 


75 


3 


33 


36 


67 


22 


20 


88 


22 


8 


00 


53 


10 



Gowans, Kent & Co., Ltd., mugs, 
6 doz. at 2.40; plates, 6 doz. at 
2.25; barrel, 1 at 75c 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., tray, 1 at 
1.60; rubber stamps, 12.29; 
cards, 100 at 1.00; cabinet, 1 
at 9.25; guides, 2 sets at 55c; 
sundries, 90c 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges, 
915.62; fares, 2.55; rental of 
siding, 320.00 

Grasselli Chemical Co., Ltd., 
drugs and chemicals 

Gray Sons-Campbell, Wm., Ltd., 
buggy, 1 at 93.00; discount, 
2.53 

Guelph Soap Co., Ltd., cuttings, 
222 lbs. at 9V 2 c, 452 lbs. at 
10y 2 c, 407 lbs. at liy 2 c 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., heat- 
ers, 2 at 8.80; furnace, 1 at 
39.00; kitchen supplies, 22.69; 
sundries, 2.11; discount, 65c. 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co.. Ltd., 
rubber boots, 1 pr. at 

Hallett, J. A., hay, 1,730 lbs. at 
18.00 

Ham, W. G.. machinery repairs. 

Hamilton Shoe Co., Ltd., felt 
socks, 24 prs. at 1.40; over- 
shoes. 24 prs. at 2.35; boots, 
72 prs. at 3.50 

Harris, D., cow 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., sau- 
sage, 20 lbs. at 21c, 105 lbs. 
at 22c; butter, 3,742 lbs. at 
37 7-lOc, 896 lbs. at 48%c; 
pork, 80 lbs. at 29c; eggs, 
2,130 doz. at 49c, 90 doz. at 
51c. , 90 doz. at 51 %c; cheese, 
597 lbs at 24c, 84 lbs. at 
241/2C 81 lbs. at 26c; oleo- 
margarine, 538 lbs. at 31 %<$.; 
discount, 88c 

Harlock, E., cow 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Hewer Seed Co., seeds 

Hogg, J S., trav. expenses 

Howell, H. H., seed barley, 45 
bus. at 2.25, 101.25; bags, 7.60 

Hogg & Lytle, Ltd., buckwheat, 
10 bus. at 2.00 

Hospital for the Insane, Brock- 
ville, sows, 3.510 lbs. at 21c; 
boar, 1 at 50.00 

Huntley, G. W., services as car- 

/ penter at 55c. per hour 

Hyslop Bros., Ltd., engine hood, 
1 at 14.00; discount, 2.80 

Imperial Tobacco Co., Ltd., to- 
bacco, 154 lbs. at 65c, 432 lbs. 



28 65 

45 23 

1,238 17 
94 92 

90 47 

115 34 

80 75 

3 60 

15 57 
2 90 



342 00 
145 00 



3,385 26 
130 00 


8 02 
84 90 

9 65 


108 


85 


20 00 


787 


10 


24 


75 


11 


20 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



231 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Maintenance of Patients at Whitby Branch.— Continued. 



Salaries, wages 

at 70c, 99 lbs. at 86c, 96 lbs. 
at 96c, 198 lbs. at 1.08; dis- 
count, 80.46 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., oil, etc., 
476.14; barrel, 3.00 

Industrial Farm, Fort William, 
potatoes, 52 bags at 1.90 

Invalided Soldiers' Commission 
Industries, laundrying, 26.10; 
beef, 135 lbs. at 18c, 375 lbs. 
atl8%c 

Isaac, J., services weighing steers 

Jacobi, Philip, shoe laces, 1 gro. 
at 9.00 

James, F. T., Co., fish, 142 lbs. 
at 7%c, 290 lbs. at 8c, 50 lbs. 
at 8%c., 20 lbs. at 9c, 110 lbs. 
at 9%c., 472 lbs. at 10c, 160 
lbs. at lie, 20 lbs. at 12 %c, 
458 lbs. at 13c, 480 lbs. at 14c, 
80 lbs. at 14 ^c, 443 lbs. at 
15c, 722 lbs. at 16c, 59 lbs. at 
25c; sundry packings, 13.00.. 

Johnston, J., services pruning 
trees at 4.25 per diem, 102.00; 
trav. expenses, 4.65 

Kaubel, B. A., Ltd., toofh 
brushes, 4 doz. at 1.88; sun- 
dries, lie 

Keith, Geo., & Sons, seed oats, 
150 bus. at 1.60 

Kemp, W., cow 

Kingston Hospital for the In- 
sane, sows, 6 at 60.00 

Lawler, A. T., shoe brushes, y 2 
doz. at 3.00, V 2 doz. at 4.00; 
oranges, 5.00; salt, 12 bags at 
4%c, 20 bags at 9c, 1 bbl. at 
5.00; peel, 1.51; nuts, 1.70; 
flavouring extracts, 1% doz. 
at 6.50; fly paper, 6 boxes at 

' 55c, 6 boxes at 60c; eggs, 78 
doz. at 48c, 60 doz. at 50c; 
potatoes, 1 bbl. at 6.50; vine- 
gar, 31 gals, at "27c; jar rings, 
8 doz. at 40c; lemons, 7.60; 
grit, 1 bag at 1.50; currants, 
6 lbs. at 28c; cleaning ma- 
terials, 1.50; apples, 40c; sun- 
dries, 51.09 

Lafete, C. E., services cutting 
ice at 55c per hour 

Long, James, linseed meal, 800 
lbs. at 3.50; cracked corn, 1 
bag at 1.25; buckwheat, 1 bag 
at 1.25 

Lumbers, Jas., Co., Ltd., H.P. 
sauce, 2 doz. at 2.85; sugar, 2 
bags at 8.64; ginger, 10 lbs. 
at 28c; matches, 1 case at 
13.10; syrup, 650 lbs. at 7c; 
marmalade, 24 tins at 62c; 
extracts, 4 doz. at 5.00 



d expenses 


713 


18 


479 


14 


98 


80 




• 


120 


71 


1 


50 



9 00 



465 71 
106 65 

7 63 

240 00 
125 00 

360 00 



184 98 

3 58 

30 50 



119 26 



of operating, etc.— Continued 

Luke, W. J., & Son, auto repairs 

Lyman Bros. & Co., Ltd., chlor- 
ide of lime, 835 lbs. at 4 1 / 4c. . 

Lyons & Marks, cleaning supplies 

Macdonald, D. W., grave plots . . 

Mail and Empire, subscription. 

Market Growers' Journal, sub- 
scription 

Marston, J. C, services cutting 
ensilage at 1.00 per hour 

Martin Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
hardware repairs 

Martin, R., services cutting ice 
at 55c per hour 

Mannel, J., services pruning at 
4.00 per diem, 92.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 4.65 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 
flour. 10 bags at 4.42y 2 

Mason, Percy, services cutting 
ice at 40c per hour 

Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., repairs 
and replacements 

Matthews, J., services painting 
at 45c per hour 

Medland Bros., figs, 231 lbs. at 
Sy 2 c; peas, 5 bags at 9.75; 
raisins, 250 lbs. at 9%c; 
matches, 1 case at 4.60 

Medland, T. J., Ltd., potatoes, 
49 bags at 1.65, 2 bbls. at 5.25; 
bags, 4.90 

Meyers, H., services cutting ice 
at 45c per hour 

Millen, John, & Son, Ltd., truck 
jack and auto supplies and 
repairs 

Miller Mfg. Co., Ltd., coats, 2 
doz. at 20.00; pants, iy 2 doz. 
at ^19.00 

Mlmfco Hospital for the Insane, 
seed beans, 2 bus. at 9.50 .... 

Military Hospitals Commission, 
coal, 53 tons, 1,900 lbs. nut at 
5.56, 32 tons 1,072 lbs. stove at 
7.96; exchange, 4.50 

Milnes Coal Co., Ltd., coal, 51% 
tons at 9.25 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
laundrying, 63.26; pillow slips, 
3 doz. at 3.05, 12 doz. at 3.24; 
sheets, 8 doz. at 11.40, 81 11-12 
doz. at 8.26; tablecloths, 5 doz. 
at 31.50; table napkins, 2 doz. 
at 3.50; shirts, 3 doz. at 10.80; 
smocks, 3 doz. at 17.64; over- 
alls, 3 doz. at 18.96; counter- 
panes, 96 at 1.38 

Moyer, H. A., ear bags 

McClary Mfg. Co., Ltd., stove 
repairs, 41.33; delivery cans, 
12 at 6.00; sundries, 1.20 



4 75 



35 

25 
8 
4 


49 
50 
00 
00 


1 


75 


36 


00 


5 


75 


3 


58 


96 


65 


44 


25 


35 


60 


21 


86 


53 


10 



96 74 

96 25 
43 65 

22 11 



68 


50 


19 


00 


563 


43 


476 


38 



1,318 30 
12 00 



114 53 



232 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Maintenance of Patients at Whitby Branch,— Continued. 



Salaries, wages 

Mclntyre, J., nails, 1 keg at 5.90; 
hardware repairs, 1.50 

McLellan, J. C, services as car- 
penter at 60c. per hour 

Nasmiths, Ltd., bread, 6,146 
loaves at 10c, 2,166 at 10y 2 c. 

Newport, J. T., repairs to 
sleighs 

Nicholson & Selden, undertaking 

Northern Aluminum Co., Ltd., 
repairs to stencils 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats, 18 bbls. at 10.80; 
flour, 8 bbls. at 10.95; addi- 
tional price for flour in small 
lots, 1.60; bran, 25 tons at 
35.00 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
Guelph Br., beef, 184 lbs. at 
15c, 3,140 lbs. at 16y 2 c, 1,066 
lbs. at 16.%c, 4,571 lbs. at 17c, 
1,810 lbs. at 17y 2 c,' 2,113 lbs. 
at 18c, 2,406 lbs. at 18y 2 c, 977 
lbs. at 18%'C., 358 lbs. at 19c, 
1,318 lbs. at .I91/2C 2.283 lbs. 
at 20c, 1,534 lbs. at 20 y 2 c, 960 
lbs. at 22c, 1,270 lbs. at 22%c, 
133 lbs. at 23c, 934 lbs. at 
23M;C, 1,094 lbs. at 24c, 616 
lbs. at 24y 2 c, 2,459 lbs. at 25c, 
474 lbs. at 25%c, 1.066 lbs. at 
26c, 361 lbs. at 26y 2 c, 1,312 
lbs. at 27c, 140 lbs. at 29c; 
pork, 134 lbs. at 20y 2 c, 449 lbs. 
at 26y 2 c, 517 lbs. at 27c, 3,013 
lbs. at 27%c, 560 lbs. at 28c; 
mutton, 110 lbs. at 161,4c, 73 
lbs. at 16y 2 c, 113 lbs. at 17c. 
779 lbs. at 18c, 1,261 lbs. at 
19c, 568 lbs. at 20c, 240 lbs. 
at 23c, 215 lbs. at 27c; bacon, 
52 lbs. at 20c, 187 lbs. at 21c, 

325 lbs. at 25c, 57 lbs. at 26c, 
47 lbs. at 27c, 130 lbs. at 
27y 2 c, 200 lbs. at 28c 227 lbs. 
at 29c, 89 lbs. at 30c, 309 lbs. 
at 30% c, 47 lbs. at 33c, 155 
lbs. at 38c, 16- lbs. at 37y 2 c, 
36 lbs. at 39c, 34 lbs. at 39y 2 c, 
256 lbs. at 40c, 550 lbs. at 41c, 

326 lbs. at 42c; lamb, 143 lbs. 
at 28c; headcheese, 84 lbs. at 
111,4c 82 lbs. at 12c, 129 lbs. 
at I21/2C, 124 lbs. at 13c, 168 
lbs. at 13y 2 c, 427 lbs. at 14c; 
ham, 124 lbs. at 27c, 78 lbs. 
at 31c, 76 lbs. at 32c, 111 lbs. 
at 35c, 106 lbs. at 38c, 86 lbs. 
at 39c, 25 lbs. at 39y 2 c. 68 lbs. 
at 40c, 174 lbs. at 42c, 281 lbs. 
at 43c, 54 lbs. at 44c; tongue, 
40 lbs. at 19c, 253 lbs. at 21c, 



7 40 

30 00 

842 03 

25 15 
40 00 

12 75 



1.158 60 



and expenses of operating, etc.— Continued. 

485 lbs. at 22c, 51 lbs. at 23c, 
75, lbs. at 24c, 71 lbs. at 25c, 
76 lbs. at 26c, 153 lbs. at 27c, 
23% lbs. at 30c, 63 lbs. at 
42c; baskets, 8 at 14c, 103 at 
15c, 42 at 16c; bath cradle, 
1 at 4.25; sausages, 200 lbs. at 
13c, 50 lbs. at 15c; tongue, 
192 lbs. at 27c, 30 lbs. at 28c; 
lard compound, 150 lbs. at 
16c, 50 lbs. at 19y 2 c, 300 lbs. 
at 26c; bologna, 99 lbs. at 
1214c 79 lbs. at 13V 2 c, 153 
lbs. at 14c, 542 lbs. at 15c, 87 
lbs. at 17c; tubs, 8 at 45c, 1 at 
50c; pressed beef, 39 lbs. at 
15c, 69 lbs. at 18c, 55 lbs. at 
23c; mincemeat, 100 lbs. at 
14 %c; hash stock, 41 lbs. at 
5y 2 c; jellied hock, 208 lbs. at 
15c, 95 lbs. at 18c, 395 lbs. at 
20c; brogans, 57 prs. at 2.40, 
39 prs. at 2.45, 4 11-12 doz. at 
28.80; tripe, 20 lbs. at lie; 
pickled picnics, 400 lbs. at 
18c, 64 lbs. at 25c, 2 V lbs. at 
28c; veal and tongue, 56 lbs. 
at 19c, 123 lbs. at 23c; burlap, 
55 at 28c, 22 at 34c, 4 at 36c; 
beef loaf, 280 lbs. at 25c; 
corned beef, 200 lbs. at 18c; 
brawn, 40 lbs. at 22c, 201 lbs. 
at 23c; liver, 107 lbs. at 8c, 
59 lbs. at 9c, 90 lbs. at 10c, 
197 lbs. at 12c, 649 lbs. at 
13c; cooked butts, 23 at 43c, 
24 at 44c, 50 at 45c; brooms, 
5 doz. at 3.75, 6 doz. at 4.50; 
barrels, 5 at 1.55; sundries, 
9.34; less credits, 1>349.99. . . . 10,634 02 

Parisian Laundry Co., laundry- 
ing 

Pathescope of Canada, Ltd., re- 
pairs, 4.50; lamps, 1 box at 
3.59; film service, 75.00 . 

Pay lists, wages of labourers . . 

Pease Foundry Co., Ltd., repairs 
to furnace 

Peel, J., & Son, boots, 3 prs. at 
3.50; rubber boots, 1 pr. at 
2.50, 1 pr. at 4.25 

Perkins, Ince & Co., lye, 3 cases 
at 4.65 

Pinder, R., hay, 4 tons, 1,910 lbs. 
at 18.00 

Port Whitby Threshing Co., 
threshing 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 
105.00; rental of box, 5.00. ... . 

Pringle, W. B., Co., eggs, 120 
doz. at 40c, 240 doz. at 41c, 
450 doz. at 43c, 30 doz. at 



56 58 



83 09 
297 15 



3 64 



19 75 



13 95 



89 19 



4 50 



110 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



233 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Maintenance of Patients at Whitby Branch.— Continued. 



Salaries, wages and operating expenses, etc.— Continued. 



46c, 180 doz. at 48c, 270 doz. 
at 51c 

Pringle, W. M., cooking utensils, 
7.19; glass, 8.29; iron hard- 
ware, 196.88; sundries, 1.10.. 

Public Utilities Commission of 
Whitby, light, 342.27; water, 
211.56 

Puccini, A., & Co., Ltd., macaroni 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., Ltd.. 
photographic supplies r 

Rennie, Win., Co., Ltd., seeds. . 

Reo Motor Sales Co., auto sup- 
plies and repairs 

Rice, G. M., hose, 94 ft. at 15c; 
hardware sundries, 183.14; 
paints, oils, etc., 33.42; sundry 
tools, 30.35; wire nails, 3 kegs 
at 5.85; wire cloth, 100 ft. at 
10c; stove pipe, 62 lengths at 
30c; cattle chains, 18 at 38c. 
12 at 45c 

Robertson, James Co., Ltd., 
plumbing supplies 

Rowe & Marston, auto repairs 
and supplies, 292.05; dis- 
counts, 24.36 

Rural Publishing Co., Ltd., sub- 
scription 

St. Catharines -Cold Storage & 
Forwarding Co., sprayer 

Sheet Metal Products Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., garbage cans. 2 
at 4.75, 1 at 5.00; pails, 1 doz. 
at 6.84; cuspidors, 1 doz. at 
7.33; sundries, 20c 

Sherritt, John, horses, 1 team, 
395.00; freight charges, 12.85. 

Simpson, Root, Co., Ltd., oil- 
cloth, 35 yds. at 30c, 18 yds. 
at 40c, 30 yds. at 45c, 6 yds. 
at 55c; trousers, 24 prs. at 
2.75, 72 prs. at 3.00; vests, 36 
at 2.35; suits, 3 at 13.25; 
coats, 6 at 8.00, 2 at 14.50 
linoleum, 56 yds. at 1.10 .... 

Slater, S., services cutting ice 
at 55c per hour 

Smith, G. S., tuning piano .... 

Sparrow, Geo. W., & Co., range 
accessories and boiler repairs 

Spencer, C, services threshing. 

Standard Fuel Co., coal, 62 tons, 
200 lbs. at 3.53, 46 tons, 200 
lbs. at 4.40, 40 tons, 400 lbs. 
at 4.73, 96 tons, 500 lbs. at 8.44 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., syringe, 
7.00; seeds, 638.05 

Stewart & Wood, Ltd., paints 
and varnishes 

Stevens, G. M., electrical supplies 

16. P. A. 



577 80 



213 46 



553 83 

19 52 

6 71 

102 10 

237 99 



319 


40 




62 


267 


69 


1 


00 


14 


00 



28 87 
407 85 



579 45 



2 


55 

00 


36 

330 


55 

75 


1,424 


55 


645 


05 


10 

1 


30 

25 



Sundry newspapers and periodi- 
cals, subscriptions 15 50 

Swift v Canadian Co., Ltd., sau- 
sage, 860 lbs. at 21c, 725 lbs. 
at 2114c 490 lbs. at 2iy 2 c, 
641 lbs. at 21-%c, 1,415 lbs. at 
22c, 294 lbs. at 22y 2 c, 414 lbs. 
at 23c; oleomargarine,, 30 
lbs. at 32c; beef, 281 lbs. at 
18c; hogs, 142 lbs. at 30%c, 
63 lbs. at 30c; bacon, 53 lbs. 
at 40y 2 c 1,239 17 

Taylor, Forbes x Co., Ltd., repairs 



and replacements 

Tod, Charles, bread, 50 loaves at 
20c 

Toronto Salt Works, salt, 3 bbls. 
at 2.65, 3 bbls. at 3.20, 2 bbls. 
at 3.50 

Tower Canadian, Ltd., coats, 1 
at 2.50, 1 at 6.67; pants, 1 pr. 
at 2.46; discount, 1.74 

Treck, W. J., Co., Ltd., lumber 

Victoria Paper & Twine Co., 
Ltd., paper, 54 lbs. at 8%c; 
bags, 1 M at 3.40, 1 M at 9.00; 
twine, 5 balls at 1.50; dis- 
count, 1.86 

Vokes Hardware Co., Ltd., roof- 
ing, 16 rolls at 2.50; lanterns, 
2 doz. at 2.40 

Warren Bros., & Co., sugar, 5 
bags at 8.66, 3 bags at 8.75, 
15 bags at 8.79, 5 bags at 
9.15, 2 bags at 9.25, 15 bags 
at 9.28, 2 bags at 9.75, 1 bag 
at 10.25; oranges, 10.50; 
shredded wheat, 10 cases at 
4.25; apples, 6.00; nuts, 50 
lbs. at 20c; icing sugar, 50 
lbs. at 10.78.. syrup, 664 lbs. 
at 7 1 /4c; candies, 32 lbs. at 
15c; peel, 10 lbs. at 33c, 10 
lbs. at 35c; corn flakes, 10 
cases at 3.40, 5 cases at 4.15, 
8 cases at 4.25; prunes, 750 
lbs. at 8%c, 250 lbs. at 14c, 
375 lbs. at 12%c, 250 lbs. at 
14V 2 c; salt, 1 bbl. at 5.75; 
raisins, 250 lbs. at ll%c; 
pepper, 50 lbs. at 40c; H.P. 
sauce, 2 doz. at 2.25, 2 doz. 
at 2.40; baking powder, 2 doz. 
at 4.85; flavoring extracts, 1 
doz. at 6.00, 3 doz. at 6.50; 
tea, 2,000 lbs. at 40c; matches, 
1 case at 4.90; Gillett's lye, 
6 cases at 5.30; cloves, 5 lbs. 
at 80c; rice flour, 220 lbs. at 
9 1 /2 c; marmalade, 10 doz. at 
2.00, 1 doz. at 3.65; canned 
vegetables, 20 doz. at 1.95, 20 



1 90 



10 00 



24 55 



9 89 
90 00 



22 50 



80 80 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Maintenance of Patients at Whitby Branch.— Continued. 

Salaries, wages and operating expenses, etc.— Continued. 



doz. at 2.65, 2 doz. at 2.81, 
12 doz. at 2.85; split peas, 10 
bags at 10.50; figs, 200 lbs. at 
12y 2 c; rice, 1,000 lbs. at 9%c; 
nutmegs, 5 lbs. at 40c; jel- 
lies, 1 gro. at 11.50; sal soda, 
2 cases at 1.75; sundries, 
20.05; less freight allowance, 
9.26 2,207 82 

Walters, W. G., cheesecloth, 36 

yds. at 8%c; sundries, 19c. 3 25 

Wheaton, R. R., bull 350" 00 

White & Co., Ltd., onions, 10 

bags at 1.80 25 80 

White Shoe Co., Ltd., boots, 4 

prs. at 4.15 16 60 

White, George, & Sons, Co., Ltd., 

farm implements 1,045 00 



Whitfield, T. G., drugs and 
chemicals, 20c; stationery, 
43.45; subscriptions to news- 
papers, 54.70 

Williams, A. R„ Machinery Co., 
Ltd., machine repairs, 76.40; 
discount, 10.80 

Williams, R. S., & Sons, Co., 
Ltd., victrola, 79.00; records, 
10.80 

Wilson, D., wall paper 

Wright, A. P., eggs, 150 doz. at 
38c, 90 doz. at 40c, 30 doz. 
at 42c, 30 doz. at 48c 

Young, W. J., services cutting 
ice at 35c per hour 



98 35 



65 60 



89 80 
59 08 



120 00 



21 70 



Reception Hospital 

Salaries and Expenses ($15,499.57) 

H. Clare, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Medical Director 500 00 

J. Vernon Hughes : Nine do Assistant Physician 405 00 

Gladys Courtney : do Clerk and Stenographer 500 00 

Domestic Help : 771 75 

Chief Attendants, Attendants and Nurses: 2,684 15 



Armstrong, Fred. Co., Ltd., 
plumbing repairs and supplies 

Bates & Dodds, burial expenses 

Baldwin, Geo., seeds 

Beattie, G. J., electrical supplies 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 
gasoline, 249% gals, at 32y 2 c, 
379% gals, at 34c; autolene, 
10 gals, at 60c, 5 gals, at 
70c; barrels and cans, 3 at 
1.00, 6 at 3.00; credits, 29.75 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., night- 
robes, 2 at 6.75, 10 at 7.50, 
6 at 10.50; pillows, 24 prs. at 
at 1.75; pillow cases, 8 doz. 
at 3.25, 12 doz. at 3.40; combs, 
1 doz. at 4.50; socks, 3 doz. 
at 4.50; face cloths, 6 doz. at 
65c; thread, 1 gro. at 8.40; 
sheets, 10 doz. at 14.40; 
quilts, 24 at 1.75, 36 at 2.25; 
kimonas, % doz. at 10.50, 5-6 
doz. at 21.00, % doz. at 27.00; 
towels, 4 doz. at 2.00, 4 doz. 
at 3.50, 4 doz. at 4.00, 2 doz. 
at 6.00; table cloths, 1 at 
7.50; scrim, 43 yds. at 22%c; 
towelling, 120 yds. at 13 %c, 
50 yds. at 17%c, 40 yds. at 
22y 2 c, 49 yds. at 25c; nap- 
kins, 2 doz. at 4.25; discounts, 
22.94 



67 59 

70 95 

4 00 

9 50 

64 00 



212 86 



694 54 



Clare, Dr. H„ trav. expenses.. 30 50 

Can. H. W. Johns-Manville Co., 

Ltd., electrical supplies 34 56 

City Dairy, buttermilk, 36% 
gals, at 28c; milk, 1,510% 
gals, at 40c; cream, 2 pts. at 
22c, 25% pts. at 24c, 197 pts. 
at 30c 670 95 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas 295 53 

Cudahy Packing Co., soap, 30 
cases at 5.25, 25 cases at 6.70 325 00 

Doyle, M., Fish Co., fish, 1,463 
lbs. at 10c 146 30 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., muresco, 

8 pkgs. at 45c 3 60 

Fee, John J., lard, 20 lbs. at 29c, 
20 lbs. at 33c; cheese, 41 lbs. 
at 25c, 24 lbs. at 26c; butter, 
112 lbs. at 45c, 336 lbs. at 
46c. 112 lbs. at 47c, 218 lbs. 
at 48c, 112 lbs. at 49c, 168 
lbs. at 50c, 392 lbs. at 52c; 
eggs, 30 doz. at 40c, 30 doz. 
at 41c, 120 doz. at 42c, 30 
doz. at 44c, 60 doz. at 46c, 
135 doz. at 47c, 120 doz. at 
48c, 60 doz. at 52c, 30 doz. 
at 55c, 90 doz. at 65c 1,076 60 

Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 15 bags 
at 1.90, 30 bags at 2.00, 40 
bags at 2.20; carrots, 10 bags 
at 1.00; parsnips, 5 bags at 
1.50; apples, 5 bbls. at 5.50; 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



236 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Reception Hospital.— Continued. 



Salaries and Expenses.— Continued. 



onions, 5 bags at 4.00; turnips, 

5 bags at 80c 245 50 

Field, Love & House, inspections 3 -00 

Gunns, Ltd., geese, 78 lbs. at 

27c; chicken, 25% lbs. at 28c. 28 20 
Hospital for Insane, Toronto, 

bread, 896 lbs. at 4c, 1,008 

lbs. at 4y 2 c 81 20 

Horlock, G. G, toilet cleaner . . 3 50 

Humphrey, P. W., salt, 2 bags 

at 85c, 2 doz. pkgs. at 90c, 

1 bbl. at 2.50; lux, 3 doz. at 
1.20; figs, 64 lbs. at 12c, 3 
boxes at 1.50; pickles, 6 doz. 
at 2.75; raisins, 36 lbs. at 
12% c, 36 lbs. at 15c; lobsters, 

2 doz. at 3.00;. salmon, 4 doz. 
at 3.50, 4 doz. at 3.60, 8 doz. 
at 3.85; peanut butter, 15 lbs. 
at 23c, 15 lbs. at 27c; canned 
vegetables, 6 doz. at 1.75, 4 
doz. at 1.80, 8 doz. at 1.90, 4 
doz. at 2.00, 8 doz. at 2.10, 

6 doz. at 2.15, 8 doz. at 2.30, 
26 doz. at 2.40, 4 doz. at 2.50, 
8 doz. at 2.60, 16 doz. at 2.65, 
10 doz. at 2.70; sundries, 
28.01; cornstarch, 40 lbs. at 
10% c, 40 lbs. at lie; evap. 
fruits, 75 lbs. at 20c; mixed 
candies, 34 lbs. at 15c, 10 lbs. 
at 16%c; cereals, 12 cases at 
3.40, 12 cases at 4.25, 1 case 
at 6.00; matches, 1 case at 
6.70, 1 case at 15.50; jams, 60 
lbs. at 13c, 60 lbs. at 16c, 60 
lbs. at 16% c, 28 lbs. at 17c, 
30 lbs. at 18c, 90 lbs. at 
19%c; syrup, 2 cases at 4.65, 
1 case at 5.50; washing soda, 
500 lbs. at 1.65; canned fruit, 
10 doz. at 1.70, 12 doz. at 1.75, 
12 doz. at 1.80, 8 doz. at 2.00, 
12 doz. at 2.12%, 12 doz. at 
2.42%, 22 doz. at 2.80, 8 doz. 
at 3.00, 12 doz. at 3.25; pepper, 

3 lbs. at 38c; mustard, 1 jar 
at 1.30; toilet paper, 2 cases 
at 4.90, 2 cases at 5.00; canned 
soups, 8 doz. at 1.65; tobacco, 

4 lbs. at 70c, 17% lbs. at 86c, 
17% lbs. at 1.30; ginger ale, 

7 doz. qts. at 1.10; soap, 6 
cases at 4.10, 4 cases at 5.75; 
shaving soap, 2 lbs. at 75c; 
extracts, 1 pt. at 75c, 4 bots. 
at 80c, 5 bots. at 85c; mixed 
peel. 10 lbs. at 29c, 10 lbs. 
at 30c; icing sugar, 12 lbs. at 
10%c; lye. 1 doz. at 1.10. 1 
case at 5.45, 1 case at 5.55; 
sal soda, 2 bags at 1.50, 2 bags 



at 1.85; ice cream powder, 12 
doz. at 1.25, 12 doz. at 1.35; 
evap. milk, 2 doz. at 2.19; 
cocoa, 12 lbs. at 40c, 5 doz. 
at 2.40; baking powder, 3.98; 
jelly powders, 12 doz. at 95c, 
12 doz. at 1.00, 12 doz. at 1.10, 
12 doz. at 1.15, 12 doz. at 1.20; 
chloride of lime, 1 case at 
2.50; sauces, 16 bots. at 20c, 

1 doz. at 1.45, 2 doz. at 2.85; 
sardines, 24 tins at 16c, 6 doz. 
at 1.92, 2 cases at 16.00, 2 
cases at 20.00; tea, 139 lbs. 
at 43c, 132 lbs. at 44c, 100 
lbs. at 53c; coffee, 25 lbs. at 
33c; bacon, 34 lbs. at 41c, 
34% lbs. at 43c, 38 lbs. at 
45c, 63 lbs: at 48c, 48% lbs. 
at 48%c; olives, 2 doz. at 
1.85; brown sugar, 2 bags at 
8.14, 2 bags at 8.24, 1 bag at 
8.46, 4 bags at 8.56, 4 bags at 
8.74; gran, sugar, 3 bags at 
8.54, 2 bags at 8.56, 2 bags at 
8.64, 2 bags at 8.81, 1 bag at 
8.91, 1 bag at 8.96, 1 bag at 
9.06, 2 bags at 9.14; oranges, 

2 cases at 5.15, 6 cases at 
5.00, 2 cases at 6.50, 4 cases 
at 7.00, 2 cases at 8.00, 4 cases 
at 8.50, 3 cases at 9.50; 
lemons, 1 case at 6.50, 1 case 
at 7.50, 1 case at 8.50; prunes, 
50 lbs. at 12c, 100 lbs. at 
12%c, 175 lbs. at 13%c, 50 
lbs. at 14 %c, 50 lbs. at 15c, 
50 lbs. at 17c; chocolate, 8% 
lbs. at 23c; cornmeal, 1 bag 
at 6.50, 1 bag at 6.75, 1 bag at 
7.00; spices, 10 lbs. at 18c, 5 
lbs. at 28c; rolled oats, 2 
bags at 4.40, 1 bag at 5.50, 
1 bag at 5.65, 1 bag at 5.90; 
rolled wheat, 1 bbl. at 6.00; 
mixed biscuits, 13 % lbs. at 
17c, 38 lbs. at 18c, 29*4 lbs. 
at 21c, 13 lbs. at 22c, 22*4 
lbs. at 23c, 5% lbs. at 24c, 
28 lbs. at 27c, 16 lbs. at 32c, 
15 lbs. at 34c, 48 pkgs. at 
35c; raisins, 50 lbs. at 15c; 
flour, 1 bag at 5.75, 1 bag at 
5.85, 11 bags at 6.00; currants, 
56 lbs. at 27c; sago, 156 lbs. 
lbs. at 14c; rice, 100 lbs. at 
8c; oxo, 6 boxes at 97%c, 6 
doz. at 2.45; malted milk, 1 
bot. hosp. size, at 3.25. % doz. 
at 10.00, % doz. at 10.02; 
mixed nuts, 6 lbs. at 17c, 6 
lbs. at 18V*c, 6 lbs. at 19c. 

6 lbs. at, 23c. 2 lbs. at 60c. . . 2,335 11 



S36 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Reception Hospital. — Continued. 

Salaries and Expenses. — Continued. 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., medical 2 at 75c; brushes, 12 at 20c, 

supplies 217 39 3 at 85c; razors, 2 at 50c, 

Lake Simcoe Ice Supply Co., dresses, 3 at 1.25, 2 at 1.50, 3 

ice, 19 cwt. at 35c, 20 cwt. at at 1.79, 4 at 2.25, 1 at 3.75; 

40c; credits, 35c 14 30 safety pins, 2 doz. at 1.44; 

Lowe-Martin Co., Ltd., cards, razor blades, 1 doz. at 1.00; 

1,000 5 60 pique, 7 yds. at 50c; linoleum, 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 6 yds. at 1.45; caps, 6 at 25c; 

flour, 56 bags at 4.40 r 246 40 strap, 1.25; collars, 24 at 20c; 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, tape, 12 yds. at 17c, 12 yds. at 

mattresses, 30 at 14.85 445 50 20c; combs, 6 doz. at 50c; 

Mercer Reformatory, laundrying 623 30 shades, 1 at 1.48, 2 for 2.35; 

Ont. Reformatory Industries, hair pins, 2 doz. pkgs. at 96c; 
beef, 550 lbs. at 17c, 110 lbs. kitchen utensils, 32.90; linen, 
at 17y 2 c, 99 lbs. at 19%c, ' 25 yds. at 1.00; pails, 1 at 
318 lbs. at 20c, 116 lbs. at 1.45; oilcloth, 10 yds. at 35c, 
21c, 365 lbs. at 2iy 2 c, 506 64 yds. at 54c; laying oil- 
lbs, at 22c, 401 lbs. at 22%c, cloth, 5.76; cotton, 7iy 2 yds. 
119 lbs. at 24%c, 101 lbs. at at 25c; napkins, 5,000 at 1.75; 
26c, 130 lbs. at 26^c, 148 screen door, 1.59; uniforms, 
lbs. at 27c, 112 lbs. at 28c, 3 at 3.75; clock, 1.98; netting, 
126 lbs. at 29c, 273 lbs. at 30c 782 58 50 yds. at 25c 

Peacock, J. W., hardware 72 19 Smith, J. B., & Sons, lumber . . 

Postmaster, postage stamps ... 33 40 Standard Fuel Co., Ltd., coal, 

Price, S., & Sons, Ltd., milk, 45 tons 1,800 lbs. at 8.50, 7y 2 

234 gals, at 33c, 391 gals, at tons at 11.00 

40c ; cream, 84 pts. at 30c . . 258 82 Toronto, City of, water rates . . 

Royal Standard Typewriter Co., Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 

inspections 6 00 current 

Scott, Dr. W. A., dental services 2 00 Toronto Street Railway Co., car 

Simmers Seed Co., seeds 2 00 tickets 

Simpson. Robt., Co., Ltd., slip- Toronto Hospital for Insane, 

pers, 24 prs. at 1.19, 18 prs. bread, 2,064 lbs. at 4c, 2,888 

at 1.55; paper, 12 rolls at 9c, lbs. at 4y 2 c; bibs, 12 at 13c, 

16 rolls at 20c, 6 rolls at 25c, 6 at 27c; aprons, 6 at 31c, 

2 rolls at 30c; postal scale, 6 at 41c, 6 at 50c, 3 at 53c, 

2.95; cups and saucers, 12 doz. 12 at 68c, dresses, 4 at 1.75, 

at 72c, 12 doz. at 1.80; 2 at 2.80; carrots, 145 lbs. at 

brooms, 2 doz. at 11.40; lc; beets, 140 lbs. at lc; tin* 

glasses, 12 doz. at 72c; ala- nips, 165 lbs. at %c; parsnips, 

bastine. 8 pkgs. at 40c; 110 lbs. at lc 

couch, 21.75; boots, 1 pr. at Woods, T. Ambrose, whiskey, 4 

5.50; sundries, 26.23; chairs, bots at 2.25, 3 gals, at 5.50; 

24 at 3.25; shaving brushes, sherry, 1 bot. at 1.75 



489 91 

24 52 



472 66 
191 19 

65 52 

5 Ot) 



250 15 



27 25 



Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock. 



Salaries ($19,256.23) 

J. J. Williams, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,800 00 

J. F. Cattermole, M.D. do Asst. Physician 1,200 00 

M. M. Nesbitt: do Bursar and Storekeeper 1,600 00 

H. Milmine: do Stenographer 420 00 

9. McNeil: <lo Matron 700 00 

Walter Precious: do Engineer 650 00 

Alfred C. L. Vincent: do Carpenter 800 00 

Stewart McCurdy : do Farmer 950 00 

Stephen Purchase: do Gardener 750 00 

Chief Attendants, Attendants and Nurses: 4,683 93 

Domestic Help: 2,208 73 

Stokers: 242 57 

Temporary Assistance : 73 00 

Farm Hands and Messengers : 2,178 00 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



237 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock.— Continued. 



Expenses ($32,085.12) 



Agnew, John, Ltd., rubbers, 12 
prs. at 80c, 12 prs. at 1.10; 
rubber boots, 1 pr. at 5.00; 
boots, 12 prs. at 2.90; laces, 4 
gro. at 2.25, 1 gro. at 1.65, 1 
gro. at 2.35; syrup, 15 gals, at 

2.00 

Armstrong, J. L., manure, 18 

loads at 50c 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., wyandotte soda, 
1,400 lbs. at 4.14y 2 c, 1,120 
lbs. at 4.27, 1,400 lbs. at 
4.19 1 / £c; wyandotte detergent, 

500 lbs. at 8.05 

Baird, Wm„ & Son, machinery 

repairs and replacements ... 

Beauregard, A. L., repairs to 

vehicles 

Bell Telephone Co., rental of 
instruments, 91.00; messages, 

16.80 

Biekerton Bros. & Co., harness 

supplies and repairs 

Blair, B., Co., Ltd., coal, 386 
ton 150 lbs. at 10.25, 241 tons 

240 lbs. at 10.50 

Can. Cereal & Flour Mills Co., 
Ltd., seed wheat, 40 bus. at 

2.74 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canada Home-Made Preserving 

& Pickling Co., marmalade . 

Can. Oil Co., Ltd., paints, oils, 

etc 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. 
C.P.R. Co's. Tel., messages . . . 
Club Coffee Co., coffee, 25 lbs. 

at 22c; 1 tin at 75c 

Coles, E. J., Co., door mats, 2 

at 1.65; cord, 25 lbs. at 15c. 

Consumers' Cordage Co., Ltd., 

twine, 250 lbs. at 28c; less 

freight, 1.18 

Coppins, E. S., coal oil, 20 gals 

at 22c; sundries, 75c 

Crosier, Wm. W., blacksmithing, 
144.68; manure, 4 loads at 

50c 

Cook, H. J., subscription to Mail 

and Empire and Glohe 

Cullen, James, chopping, 398 
bags at 7c; bran, 100 lbs. at 
1.95; shorts, 1,000 lbs. at 
2300; crushed oats. 2 tons 
170 lbs. at 54.00, 1,166 lbs. at 
60.02; oats, 35 bus. at 85c, 

40 bus. at 95c 

Davis & O'Flaherty, blacksmith- 
ing 

Despond. G. A., fish, 218 lbs. at 
10c, 5 lbs. at lie, 109 lbs. 
at 12c. 281 lbs. at 14c, 1,754 



106 20 
9 00 



204 


84 


20 


10 


71 


50 


107 


80 


72 


05 



6,489 04 

109 60 
24 28 

86 70 

57 05 

27 21 

6 51 

6 25 

7 05 

68 82 
5 15 

146 68 
4 80 



268 16 
4 00 



lbs. at 15c, 284 lbs. at 16c, 
470y 2 lbs. at 17c, 1,253% lbs. 
at 18c, 85 lbs. at 20c 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Duncan, Wm., casting 

East Zorra, Twp. of, ta^xes .... 

Farmer's Advocate, advertising 

Farmer's Feed Co., Ltd., 
brewers' grains, 39,600 lbs. at 
1.75 



wheelbarrow, 
and replace- 



Fowell, John, 
4.50;; repairs 
ments, 20.85 

Goodeve, A., stationery 

Gordon, Mackay & Co., Ltd., 
underwear, 1 8-12 doz. at 
10.50 

Grafton & Co., Ltd., trousers, 1 
pr. at 7.00; uniforms, 1 at 
31.50, 1 at 34.00, 1 at 39.25... 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges 

Hamilton Hospital for Insane, 
chickens, 199 at 50c; seeds, 
21.00 ' 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., eggs, 
60 doz. at 49c; butter, 3,465 
lbs. at 38.40, 593 lbs. at 48.75; 
cheese, 90 lbs. at 24c; oleo- 
margarine, 56 lbs. at 31c, 
1,650 lbs. at 3iy 2 c, 300 lbs. 
at 32c, 2,790 lbs. at 32%c, 
240 lbs. at 32%c.; sundries, 
35c; less discounts, 1.50 .... 

Hicks, B., manure, 11 loads at 
50c 

Hunt Bros., flour, 7y 2 bbls. at 
8.90 

Ideal Bakery, bread, 19,149 lbs. 
at 4c, 37,662 lbs. at 6c; buns, 
39 doz. at 10c, 24 doz. at 
13V 2 c 

Industrial Farm, Fort William, 
potatoes, 30 bags at 1.90 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Karn. F. W., kitchen supplies, 
52.87; iron hardware, 28.12; 
lawn mowers, 2 at 14.00; gar- 
den tools, 120.57; hose, 250 ft. 
at 18c; harness supplies, 
68.40; horse blankets, 2 at 
3.00; paints, oils, etc., 272.39; 
razors, 1 at 2.25; shaving 
brushes, 2 at 50c; razor 
strops, 2 at 1.50; lawn seed, 
50 lbs. at 30c; hair clippers, 
1 pr. at 3.00; cobbler -set, 1 at 
1.50; oil taps, 2 at 80c 

Kirk, Geo., seeds, etc 

Knott, J. H., tuning pianos, 5 
at 2.00 



702 94 
14 83 

1 10 
12 50 

1 20 



693 00 



25 35 
6 20 



17 50 



111 75 

2 56 

18 68 



120 50 



3,284 


09 


5 


50 


66 


75 


3,032 


69 


57 


00 


1 


33 



648 7fr 
7 15 

10 00 






£38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock.— Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued.* 

•Lefler E, & Son, repairs to cereals, 39.09; marmalade, 144 

implements 15 90 lbs. at 20c; blue 70 lbs at 

McCurdy J. S., trav. expenses. 6 25 15c.; nutmegs, 2 lbs. at 60c; 

McKay, W., manure, 29 loads vinegar, 44 gals, at 25c ; 

at 50c 14 50 polishes, paste, etc., 31.65; 

McKay, J ' B.,' blacksm'ithing. . 21 00 pepper, 10 lbs. at 40c, 10 lbs. 

McKay, Jas., honey, 30 lbs. at at 50c, 10 lbs. at 60c; baking 

27c ' 8 10 powder, 4 doz. at 3.00, 48 lbs. 

McKenzie,' ' Chas.',' ' manure,' "30 at 20c, 48 lbs at 30c; nuts, 

loads at 50c ... 15 00 20 lbs. at 22c, 35 lbs. at 23c; 

McPherson, A.,' boot repairs .. 24 65 fly paper 2 cases at 3.75; 

Martin, W. H., sundry supplies 1 50 geese, 70^4 lbs. at 25c 

Mercer Reformatory Industries. chicken 7% lbs at ; 30c 

smocks, 12 at 1.96; overalls, cocoa, 2 doz. a .2 40 9 lbs. at 

12 prs. at 2.22; shirts, 12 at ^ ^ 40c, syrup, 2,018^^ 7c, 

M|ma,^d^ o m^aronl^0 ~ £ .-JKJJ- --^c; 

$l X ^"ii JiWe 114 lbs <»nd««. 70 lbs - at 18c ' ; mopS ' 

4 fr«Jn lOK lbs at 18 V c 1 doz. at 2.40; prunes, 70 lbs. 

at n f 2 \al\ 7 hhlf at 6 75 : at IIV2C 400 lbs. at 12V 4 c, 

rolled wheat 7 bbls. at 6.75 2oo at ^ g5() ^ ftt 

jam, 1.7 6 5 lbs : at 1 4c 1056 ^ at 15<j . figg> 

lbs. at 16c, 144 lbs. at isc, . . 14 

496 lbs. at 20c , wash boards. U78 1* a 10%c lg peel. 14 

y 2 doz. at 5.00; floor wax iz , 

,?• 1 ?& 'SEES 8°do Z at * 60 V'at «c', 80 doz! 

lbs at 4.50, extracts, 8 doz at doz 44 6Q floz 

2.25; t«,«5 lta. at 37c at 45c. 30 doz. at 55c; plums, 

«!&$&& SftS »?tf Tearr^r^^t 

■^ i^'doz "afl 2^ molass™ J^o" brush* * do! aTs.Ool 

ami, 3 doz .at 1.20 motaM. assorted . em 2 doz at 90c ., 

I 81 ,, ,?;. t ' 5 doz. at 95c; chloride of 

'65c 2V, gals, at 75c, lye. 12 t 2 

•ft Rt Vlfi/" 4 it"' at 6 ' bT'at'W; coffee, 154 lbs. 

Tw™ M \, at " 56c 42 ■ at 25c, 305 lbs. at 80c. i apples, 

KTJE & a b t s.1t-64 4 c! i ** ; j wi --is* 

■4Vft 1 box' It IVm b^ aorat'l.OO.'l'dfz^at'llo 1 '.. 4.085 65 
•raisins. 1 box at bob, db ids. 

at 12c, 120 lbs. at 12%c.. 100 Milson, John, manure, 12 loads 

"'lbs' at 16c, 25 lbs. at 17c; at 50c • ••■•••■•••; - b ou 

oranges, V doz. at 50c. 21 doz. Nancekivell, J., apples, 8 bus. at 

•at ! 40c; toilet paper, 24 cases 50c, 4 bus. at 75c ......... . 00 

at 6.50 sugar, 45 lbs. at 10c, Nelles & Clark seed Potatoes 

12 bags at 8.30, 11 bags at 100 bags at 2.00; cartage, 5.00 205 00 

8 60, 10 bags at 8.84, 10 bags Newspapers and periodicals, 

at 8 85, 6 bags at 9.00. 20 bags subscriptions, 6.80; advertis- 

at 9.24, 15 bags at 9.25; ing. 51c •■• ■ J31 

cherries, 12 bas. at 1.65; Noble, F., wheat, 4 bus. at 2.22 s ^ s 

ammonia, 6- doz. at 80c, 18 Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 

doz. at 90c; sundries, 58 53; rolled oats, 9V 2 bags at 

lemons, 2 doz. at 30c; matches, 7 08%c, 19 1 /? bags at 10.80; 

1 case at 6.70; salt; 4 bbls. shorts 35 tons at 40.00; bran, 

at 2.00,, 6 bbls. at 2.15: 22 tons at 3 £oO; flour, 20 

mustard, 6 lbs. at 55c, 12 bb] t 10 95 2 % bbls. at 

lbs. at 80c; evap. fruits, 200 JJ"^ 2,694 81 

ilbs. at 13c, 125 lbs. at 17c ' Garage, gasoline, 46 

650 lbs. at 18c; borax, A% ™L Q t\p 40 Sals at 37c; 

ZAVLfSi 7T6 St _ >* --«• — ; 70 57 

:at 26c, 16% lbs. at 28c; 1*>- 5 ' 



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239 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock.— Continued. 



Ontario Agricultural College, 
Field Husbandry Dept., seeds 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
brooms, 4 doz. at 3.75, 4 doz. 
at 4.25, 4 doz. at 4.50; mitts, 
2 doz. at 4.50; whisks, 1 doz. 
at 2.65; mincemeat, 50 lbs. at 
14y 2 c; beef, 192 lbs. at 16y 2 c, 
1,762 lbs. at 17c, 131 lbs. at 
17V L c, 468 lbs. at 19c, 531 
lbs. at 19y 2 c; 962 lbs. at 20c, 
1,199 lbs. at 20y 2 c, 122 lbs. 
at 22c, 167 lbs. at 22y 2 c, 147 
lbs. at 23c, 1,036 lbs. at 
23V,c, 920 lbs. at 24c, 432 
lbs. at 24y>c, 1,430 lbs. at 
25c, 139 lbs. at 25y 2 c, 283 lbs. 
at 26c, 117 lbs. at 26y 2 c, 928 
lbs. at 27c; mutton, 467 lbs. 
at 19c, 95 lbs. at 26c, 276 lbs. 
at 26y 2 c, 284 lbs. at 28c, 70 
lbs. at 28^c, 72 lbs. at 31c, 
53 lbs. at 33c; lard com- 
pound, 50 lbs. at 19y 2 c, 50 
lbs. at 20c, 50 lbs. at 25c, 300 
lbs. at 26c; pork, 196 lbs. at 
27y>c; sundries, 6.62; ham, 
75 lbs. at 31c, 35 lbs. at 32c, 
91 lbs. at 35c; brawn, 27 lbs. 
at 23c; bacon, 21 lbs. at 31c, 
101 lbs. at 38c, 52 lbs. at 39c, 
137 lbs. at 40c, 192 lbs. at 
41c, 110 lbs. at 42c; lamb, 48 
lbs. at 26c, 89 lbs. at 28c; 
blood puddings, 45 lbs. at 
15c; credits, 161.20 3 

Parke, Davis & Co., kreso, 40 
gals, at 75c 

Pathescope of Canada, Ltd., 
Ltd., lamps, 1 box at 3.50; 

y postage, 10c; film services, 
75.00 '. 

Perkins, Ince & Co., soap, 28 
cases at 5.40, 10 cases at 5.55, 
8 cases at 7.05, 5 cases at 7.45 

Pepper, J. T., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 
105.00; rental of box, 3.00 .. 

Proctor & Gamble Distributing 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., soap 
flakes, 1,211 lbs. at 161/sC . . . 

Purchase, S., apples, 3 bus. at 
75c, 4 bus. at 50c 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Rea, E. A., chemicals and drugs 279 06 
75 00 Rennie's .Seeds, seeds, plants, 

bulbs, etc 16 75 

Rudd, Dr., veterinary services, 
60.75; stabling privileges, 
15.00; manure, 30 loads at 
50c 90 75 

Sawdon, W. A., machinery parts 107 21 

Scott, M. D., sawdust, 3 loads 
at 1.00 3 00 

Shanley, Thos., Estate, flags . . 2 98 

Shelton, Frank, services thresh- 
ing, 22% hrs. at 2.80 63 00 

Shibley, M. H., manure, 6 loads 

at 50c 3 00 

Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seeds . . 86 31 

Simmons Bros., cleaner and 
cleanser, 560 lbs. at 3.9iy>c; 
detergent, 250 lbs. at 5.40 . . 35 42 

Spring Creek Telephone Assn., 

rental of instrument • 15 68 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds, plants, bulbs, etc 290 19 

Sutherland, J., & J., stationery 33 94 

Weld, William, Co., Ltd., sub- 
scription to Farmer's Advocate 1 50 

White, John, Co., Ltd., brush, 
1.50; sundry dry goods, 14.06; 
drawers, 18 prs. at 75c, 12 
prs. at 40c; uniform cloth, 
42 yds. at 32c; vests, 5 at 
18c, 7 at 25c, 12 at 45c, 6 at 
56c; cotton, 20 yds. at lie!; 
thread, 12 doz. spools at 80c; 
corsets, 1 at 1.00, 5 at 1.25; 
,167 16 linen, 25 yds. at 45c, 18 yds. 

at 65c 100 71 

30 00 Williams, Dr. J. J., trav. ex- 
penses 38 50 

Woodstock Electric Light Sys- 
tem, current 472 48 

78 60 Woodstock Produce Co., apples, 

5 bbls. at 3.00, 1 bbl. at 2.75, 

6 bbls. at 3.50, 1 bbl. at 1.50; 
300 35 potatoes, 40 bags at 1.55, 21 

bags at 1.60, 30 bags at 1.80, 

373 67 31% bags at 2.10 256 35 

Woodstock Waterworks Office, 

108 00 water rates 1,750 00 

Woodstock Wagon & Mfg. Co., 

Ltd., repairs to vehicles .... 88 50 
199 81 Yeoman, J., plums, 2 bas. at 

50c, 8 bas. at 60c 5 80 

4 25 



Maintenance and repairs of all buildings, roads, walks, grounds and fences ($2,328.05) 



Baird, Wm, & Son, gauge steel 29 40 
Beatty Bros., Ltd., steel frames 
and beam, 89.50; discounts, 

17.90 r 71 60 

ppi'ev'llfi Hardware & Lock 

Mfg. Co., iron, hardware, etc 31 25 



Butler, R. E., Lumber Co., lum- 
ber 732 20 

Blair, B., Co., Ltd., cement and 
Pipe 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges 

Can. Express Co., charges . . . 



104 50 

24 71 

4.* 



240 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock.— Continued. 

Maintenance and repairs of all buildings, roads, walks, grounds and fences.— Continued. 



Coppins, E. S., plumbing sup- 
plies and putty 63 18 

Dom. Express Co., charges ... 45 

Dom, Paving & Contracting Co., 

Ltd., carbolite, carbolineum . 33 74 

Gilson Mfg. Co., Ltd., silo 365 00 

Gordon, Mackay & Co., Ltd., 

duck 21 75 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges 2 05 

Hay & Co., sewing machine 

sundries 2 00 



4 65 
1 75 



Hill, John, gravel 

Hill, W. H., sand 

Karn, F. W., paints, oils, etc., 

255.83; sundry hardware, 

284.65; kitchen, supplies, 3.54; 

glass, etc., 62.80 606 82 

Pay lists, wages of workmen . 130 95 
Smiley, J. G., & Son, white 

lead, hardware, etc 101 60 



Maintenance and repairs of steam and electric plants, etc ($1,101.18) 



C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. 1 74 

Coppins, E. S., plumbing re- 
pairs and replacements 787 81 

Fowell, John, silo pipe, pulleys, 

etc 66 65 

Gurney Foundry Co., water sec- 
tion and water front, etc. . 116 45 

Hastings, A. & Son, plumbing 

supplies ■ 38 00 

Horlock, G. G., graffilo 3 50 



W. ( hardware, lime, 
plumb- 



Karn, F. 
etc 

Robertson, Jas. C, Ltd. 
ing supplies 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., machin- 
ery supplies 

Woodstock Water & Light Sys- 
tem, repairs to electric light 
line 



13 40 



8 33 



4 50 



60 80 



Maintenance and replacement of all furniture and furnishings ($2,546.29) 



Can. Express Co., charges .... 

C.P.R. Co's. Tel., messages . . 

Coles, E. J., Co., cups and sau- 
cers, 2 doz. at 1.80, 4 doz. at 
2.75; bouillon cups, 6.25; 
bowls, 3 at 40c; tea wagon, 
24.00; plates, 3 doz. at 2.00, 
3 doz. at 2.40; butter pads, 
12 doz. at 60c; kitchen sup- 
plies, 28.95; table, 3.38; 
sundry crockery ware, 5.00.. 

Coppins, E. S., plumbing sup- 
plies 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Forman, T. A., towels, 1 doz. at 
3.00; sheeting, 80% yds. at 
35c, 42 yds. at 45c 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to ranges, etc 

Hoover Co., suction carpet 
sweeper 

Karn, Fred. W., chambers, 2 doz. 
at 10c; kitchen supplies, 
159.77; iron hardware, etc., 
72.97 

Martin, W. H., keys and locks 

McDonald & Willson, Ltd., 
majestic heater 

McMurray, W., lime, 5 bus. at 
60c 

Millman, Fred., brasso, 2.20; 
blue, 2.10; fruit jars, 7.70; 
rubber rings, 4.85; sundries, 
2.55 

Military Hospital Commission 



85 Industries, hospital beds and 
1 55 springs 120 00 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
pillow slips, 3 doz. at 2.22, 3 
doz. at 2.88, 3 doz. at 3.60; 
sheets, 8 only at 12.72 per 
doz., 6 doz. at 9.60; table 
cloths, 3 doz. at 44.40, 140 *4 
yds. at 1.48%c; sundries, 
3.36; towels, 10 doz. at 3.36, 
103 78 1 doz. at 2.51, 5 doz. at 6.96, 
2 doz. at 7.20, 4 doz. at 7.44; 
mattresses, 16 at 14.85; 
counterpanes, 4 doz. at 16.56; 
table napkins, 2 doz. at 5.22, 
1 doz. at 5.23; blankets, 
169.50 1,051 89 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
crockery 

Ontario Show Case Co., show 
case 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., 
crockery ware and kitchen 
supplies 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., kitchen 
utensils 

White, John, Co., Ltd., rollers, 
1 doz. at 2.16; mats, 31.34; 
towels, muslin, scrim, etc., 
238.54; ticking ,25.20; shade 
cloth, 11.34; rug, 76.00; cot- 
ton, 6.00; sundries, 9.79; duck, 
35.98 

Woodroofe & 'Son, clocks and re- 
pairs to clocks 

19 40 Woodstock Spring Mattress Co., 

repairing mattresses 80 00 



48 
1 


00 
62 


49 
1 


91 
79 


96 


25 


53 


12 


252 
4 


74 
60 


15 


00 


3 


00 



18 20 



78 00 



76 24 



26 00 



436 35 



8 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



241 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock. — Continued. 

Live stock, vehicles and farm implements ($4,514.36) 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges 
for Insane, 



Bissell, T. E., Co., Ltd., harrow 


100 00 


Brethour, J. E., & Nephews, 




boar 


50 00 


Brockville Hospital for Insane, 




heifers, 8 at 70.00; cows, 5 




at 110.00, 5 at 120.00 


1,710 00 


C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 


13 91 


Fleury, J., Sons, crusher 


85 00 


Fowell, J., 1 wheelbarrow, 5.00; 




1 seed drill, 23.50; sundries, 




95c 


29 45 



56 00 



London Hospital 

bull 210 00 

McCallum, J. M., horse 150 00 

Rowe, J. C, cows at 125.00 . . 250 00 

Sawdon, W. A., tractor plow . . 150 00 

Turner, G. P., horse 160 00 

White, Geo., & Sons Co., Ltd.,. 

tractor 1,550 00 



Drainage of farm lands ($880.45) 



Baird, Wm., & Son, repairs to 

implements 24 42 

Blair, B., Co., Ltd., tile and 
cement Ill 71 

Buckeye Traction. Ditcher Co., 

repairs to machines 105 30 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 4 25 



Columbus Oil Co., gasoline . . 
Dom,. Express Co., charges .... 
G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges . 
Karn, P. W., hardware supplies 
Oxford Garage, gasoline, oils, 

etc 

Pay lists, wages of men 



5 


25 


3 


24 


28 


60 


15 


09 


;33 


25 


!49 


34 



Laundry machinery ($940.00) 



Beattie, Geo. 
chine . . . . 



J., washing ma- 



McDonald & Willson, Ltd., iron- 

190 00 ing machine, 450.00; copper 

washer, 300.00 



750 00 



Ontario Reformatory, Guelph. 



Belleville 
Mfg. Co 



Maintenance and repairs of all building's, roads, walks, grounds and fences ($811.15) 

Lock . Pay lists, wages of men 



Hardware & 
door checks 



62 00 



749 15 



Ontario Reformatory Industries. 

Salaries ($26,622.62) 

N. V. Kuhlman : Ten months' salary as Director of Industries 2,000 00 

W. Black: Three-quarters do Stenographer 20 00 

IE. O. Reid : Ten and one-half do Accountant 1.341 34 

G. McClure: Twelve do Chief Clerk 1,643 52 

E. Hogan: do Asst. Storekeeper 900 00 

A. G. Maguire: Five do do 450 00 

D. W. Loach : Ten and one-half do Foreman „ 1,055 66 

E. C. Davis: Seven and one-half do Clerk 454 61 

R. G. Stevens : Twelve do do 936 00 

J. Nixon : One and one-half do do 7166 

J. Sherritt: Twelve do Cattle Buyer 1,500 00 

J. J. "Kirvan: do Abattoir Manager 1,500 00 

Abattoir Assistants : 1,039 42 

Butchers: 2,222 90 

Guards: 8,682 51 

Engineers : 1,940 00 

Cooks: 865 00 



Expenses ($231,579.07) 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., iron 
hardware, etc 

American-La France Fire En- 
gine Co. of Can., Ltd., extin- 
guisher bottles, 2 doz. at 1.50 



5 75 



3 00 



Ames, Holden, McCready, Ltd., 
boots, 80 prs. at 2.95. 33 prs. 
at 3.00; 3 prs. at 3.60; 3 prs. 
at 3.85, 60 prs. at 3.90, 10 prs. 
at 5.00 



641 3! 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Ontario Reformatory Industries.— Continued. 



Anderson, Macbeth, Ltd., straw 
ihats, 5 doz. at 2.25 

Armstrong, Fred., Co., Ltd., 
plumbing supplies 

Art Metropole, brushes 

Baines & Peckover, iron hard- 
ware, etc 

Barber, Chas. W., bacon, 388 Ms 
lbs. at 40c; pork, 310 lbs. at 
29 y 2 c; ham, 14% lbs. at 38c, 
205 lbs. at 39 y 2 c, 11 *4 lbs. at 
40c 

Beal, Bros., Ltd., hemp, 1 lb... 

Beardmore Belting Co., Ltd., 
laces, 30 lbs. at 1.60; belting, 
18 1 /. ft. at 72c, less discount, 
5.34 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 129.30; messages, 
6.50; furnishing and erecting 
poles, 111.00 

Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., iron 
hardware, etc., 107.23; mitts, 
12 doz. at 3.50; leather belt- 
ing, 35.66 

Bracey, Dr. J. F., veterinary ser- 
vices 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 
parafine wax, 248 lbs. at 15c, 
less express charges, 1.50 . . . 

Brockville Hospital for Insane, 
beef cows, 3.440 lbs. at 9c, 
2,600 lbs. at 10%c; steers and 
heifers, 11,067 lbs. at lie, less 
credits, 4.70 

Brown Bros., Ltd., stationery . . 

Burrow, Stewart & Milne Co., 
Ltd., repairing scales 

Burwash Industrial Farm, pur- 
chase of beef 

Campbell, John, & Son, buggy.. 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 

Canada Metal Co., Ltd., babbit 
metal, 110 lbs. at 30c 

Canada Wire & Iron Goods Co., 
steel wire, 128 sq. ft. at 69.30 

Canadian Bag Co., Ltd., cotton 
bags 

Canadian Crocker-Wheeler Co., 
Ltd., electrical repairs 

Canadian Explosives, Ltd., dyna- 
mite . 

Canadian Express Co., express 
charges 

Canadian Gate Co., gates, 2 at 
9.25, 1 at 11.00 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges, 
2,001.03; rent of siding, 1.00 

Cane, Wm., & Sons Co., Ltd., 
lard tubs and eovers, 41 doz. 
at 6.90, less discount and 
freight, 36-.61 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Cartwright, Geo., raspberries, 30 
11 25 boxes at 30c; currants, 1 has. 

at 2.75 ii 75 

35 24 Chicago Copper & Chemical Co., 

1 05 chemicals 60 00 

Collett's Cut Rate Drug Store, 

290 74 auto casings, 1 at 20.00, 1 at 

23.00, 1 at 25.75; tires, 1 at 

22.40, 1 at 25.20; tubes, 2 at 

3.60, 2 at 3.75, 2 at 4.60; pans 

green, 16 lbs. at 90c 177 65 

337 84 Cotton Threads, Ltd., silk 

5 00 thread, 1 doz. at 4.28, 1 doz. at 

4-37 g 65 

Dalton Bros., pepper, 131 lbs. at 

35%c, nutmeg, 75 lbs. at 30c 69 00 
55 98 Daniels, F., expenses returning 

eloper io 00 

Davies, Wm., Co., Ltd., cheek 

meat, 1,279 lbs. at 12c; pork, 

246 80 299 lbs. at 39c; ham, 308 lbs. 

at 38c 387 13 

Dennison Mfg. Co., envelopes . . 6 75 

Dillon, W. m, Co., Ltd., oat 
184 89 boxes, 4 at 3.00, less discount, 

24c ii 76 

10 00 Doan & Charles, Ltd., coal, 76 

tons 100 lbs. at 6.60, 47 tons 
at 6.80, 604 tons 200 lbs. at 6.90 

35 70 Dom. Express Co., charges 

Doughty, J. H„ plumbing sup- 
plies and repairs 

Duck, John, hay, 7 tons 375 lbs. 

at 18.00 

1,795 27 Farmers' Produce Market, ap- 

11 25 pies, 1 box 

Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 223*4 

23 40 bus. at 1.25, 1 bus. at 1.70 

Fleming Publishing Co., Ltd., 

1,667 00 advertising 

88 00 Forest Basket Co., Ltd., meat 

2,739 16 baskets, 20 doz. at 1.65, 30 

doz. at 2.20, less freight, 5.18 93 82 
33 00 Fort William Coal Dock Co., 

Ltd., Coal, 219 tons 1,6-00 lbs. 
88 71 at 7.07, less freight and duty 

charges. 806.81 747 17 

165 92 Fort William Industrial Farm, 

purchase of beef . 1,787 36 

79 90 Gallagher & Co., Ltd., fish, 48 

lbs. at lie, 113 lbs. at 12c, 

408 40 626 lbs. at 13c., 1,129 lbs. at 

14c, 620 lbs. at 15c., 301 lbs. 

2,310 25 at 16c, 814 lbs. at 17c, 35 lbs. 

at 18c; boxes, 13.20 552 12 

29 50 Goodwin & Son, marsh grass, 15 

tons 1,700 lbs. at 20.00 314 00 

2,002 03 Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., 

Ltd., casing . 12 00 

Gordon Mackay & Co., socks, 20 

doz. at 3.25, 20 doz. at 4.50; 

246 29 mitts, 24 doz. at 4.50; under- 



4,989 
2,502 


83 
32 


194 


99 


129 


38 


5 


00 


281 


10 




55 



1917-18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



243 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Ontario Reformatory Industries.— Continued. 



wear, V- 2 doz. at 11.50; 28% 
at 12.00; 15 doz. at 15.00 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges, 
7,056.47; railway fares, 5.20; 
rent of siding, 144.00 

Grenadier Ice & Coal Co.. ice, 
40 tons at 1.00 

Griffln, Sadler & Co., celluloid,, 
3 pieces 

Ouelph Herald, advertising 

Guelph Lumber Co., sawdust . . . 

Guelph Mercury and Advertiser, 
advertising 

Guelph Steam Laundry, laun- 
drying 

Gunns. Ltd., white oil, 3,718 lbs. 
at 25c; ham, 400 lbs. at 25c. 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., heat- 
ers, & at 9.40, 3 at 12.30, 1 at 
27 17; repairs to plant, 44.84 

Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 
steam hose 

Hagyard. E., cartage. 58.40; fill- 
ing ice-house, 343.00; unload- 
ing coal, 30.43 

Hamilton Herald, advertising . . 

Hamilton Hospital for Insane, 
chickens, 50 at 50c 

Hanna, Thos., blacksmithing . . 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., butter, 

. 56 lbs. at 37 7-10, 90 lbs. at 
45c., 270 lbs. at 46c, 90 lbs. at 
47c, 45 lbs. at 49c, 135 lbs. 
at 50c, 90 lbs. at 51c, 45 lbs. 
at 53c; beef cheeks, 508 lbs. 
at liy 2 c, 2,073 lbs. at 12c, 
6-07 lbs. at 121,4c, 4,771 lbs. at 
12y 2 c, 6.279 lbs. at 13c, 1,007 
lbs. at 1314c; eggs, 30 doz. at 
41c, 30 doz. at 44c, 210 doz. at 
49c, 30 doz. at 51c; cheese, 
136 V 2 lbs. at 24c, 43 lbs. at 
25c; pigs' snouts, 2,701 lbs. at 
lie, 500 lbs. at llVoC, 4.378 
lbs. at 12c, 200 lbs. at 13c, 
100 lbs. at 14c; ham, 483 lbs. 
at 28 y 2 c, 587 lbs. at 35c; pork 
lips, 20 lbs. at 8c, 300 lbs. at 
9c, 1,000 lbs at 9%c; veal, 
132 lbs. at 21%c, 195 lbs. at 
23c; beef tongues, 400 lbs. at 
24c; pork cheeks, 96 lbs. at 
20c; less credits, 3.60 

Hewer Seed Co., hay, 1 ton 1,064 
lbs. at 16.00, 1 ton at 16.50. . . 

Highway Garage, repairs and 
supplies for auto 

Hood & Benallick, peppers, 2 
has. at 1.00 

Howard, Walter, blacksmithing 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 



Expenses.— Continued. 

sion of Ont. power, 3,306.94; 
837 75 voltage transformer, 24.00; 

electrical supplies, 271.69 3,602 63 

Ideal Garage, auto supplies ... 5 00 

7,205 67 Imperial Oil, Ltd., gasoline, 

110.50; oil, grease, etc, 102.55 213 05 

40 00 Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., gasoline, 

43,53; oil, grease, etc, 9.96.. 53 49 

1 00 Ingram & Bell, Ltd., medical 

2 00 supplies 82 37 

3 30 Inspector of Weights and Meas- 

ures, inspection fees 11 25 

1 50 Jones Bros. & Co., Ltd., shaving 

soap, 5 lbs. at 70c 3 50 

21 60 Jones Packing & Provision Co., 

Ltd., corn oil, 390 lbs. at 22.30 

1,029 50 CWt 86 96 

Kaustine Co., Ltd., plumbing 

supplies 425 00 

165 31 Keenen Woodenware Mfg. Co., 

Ltd., lard pails, 240 at 51 %c; 

51 81 meat baskets, 80 doz. at 1.50, 

60 doz. at 2.00, 60 doz. at 2.25 499 00 
Kirvin, J. J., travelling expenses 23 05 
431 83 Kloeper Co., Ltd., repairs to 

63 vehicles 64 34 

Kuhlman, N. V., trav. expenses 10 65 

25 00 Lehigh Car, Wheel & Axle 

74 75 Works, steel balls, 1,405 lbs. 

at 6%; grinding ring, 1 at 

92.00; packing, 2.10; exchange 

on cheque, 2.40 191 34 

Leonard, J., trav. expenses' .... 4 15 
Lewis, Rice, & Son, iron hard- 
ware, etc , 290 17 

Litho-Print, Ltd., binder 5 70 

London Hospital for Insane, 

purchase of beef 2,396 80 

Long, T., & Bros., hay, 9 tons 

1,115 lbs. at 15.00 143 36 

Lumbers, Jas., Co., Ltd., granu- 
lated sugar, 4 bags at 8.54, 4 
bags at 8.97. 5 bags at 9.14, 4 
bags at 9.27, 2 bags at 9.79; 
rice, 200 lbs at 7V 2 c, 200 lbs. 
at SV 2 c, 600 lbs at 9V 2 c; split 
peas, 123 lbs. at 10%c; rolled 
oats, 6 bags at 4.40; cream of 
tartar, 10 lbs. at 70c, 5 lbs. at 
80c, 10 lbs. at 1.00; brown' 
sugar, 6 bags at 8.14, 6 bags at 
8.57, 6 bags at 8.74, 6 bags at 
4.076 28 8.87, 6 bags at 9.49; tapioca, 

420 lbs. at 14% c; beans, 9 bus. 

41 00 36 lbs. at 6.50; corn meal, 1 

bag at 6.25; corn starch, 240 

25 54 lbs. at 10c, 120 lbs. as 10%c, 

120 lbs. at lie; raisins, 100 

2 00 lbs. at lie, 100 lbs at 12y 2 c, 

4 10 50 lbs. at 14 %e; candied peel, 

20 lbs. at 28c; jam, 90 lbs. at 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Ontario Reformatory Industries.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 

Neill, The Shoe Man, boots, 4 pr. Macdonald, D. E., & Bro., Ltd., 

16c; cider, 32 gals, at 25c; shades and rollers 8 45 

salt, 1 bbl. at 2.50, 3 bbls. at Main Belting Co. of Canada, 

2.75, 1 bbl. at 3.00, 1 bbl. at Ltd., belting, 56 ft. at 2.61, 50 

4.50, 3 bags at 90c; currants, ft. at 3.26; less discount, 

56 lbs. at 24c; prunes, 100 51.76 257 40 

lbs. at 8V 2 c, 150 lbs. at 9%c, Mallon, M.P., geese, 57 lbs. at 

50 lbs. at 11 y 2 c, 50 lbs. at 25c. 14 25 

12%c, 150 lbs. at 13c; syrup, Marchmont, ,S. W., manure. 6ft 

1,375 lbs. at 7c, 1,475 lbs. at tons 300 lbs. at 1.25 82 69 

7 1 /2 c; cleaning materials, Massey- Harris Co., Ltd., repairs 

15.06; soap, 2 boxes at 4.00, to vehicles 33 75 

5 boxes at 4.10, 4 boxes Matthews-Blackwell, Ltd., mince- 

at 4.25, 2 boxes at 4.60, meat> 902 Ibs . at 12y 2 c; pork, 

3 boxes at 4.90, 3 boxes at 412 ibs. at 2634c, 458 lbs. at 

5.00; tea, 150 lbs. at 38c, 100 28y 2 c; tongue, 517 lbs. *at 

lbs at 40c 121 lbs. at 42c 24c; ham, 215 lbs. at 37c. .. 557 12 

114 lbs. at 49c; coffee, 150 Meadows, Geo. B., sand screen . . 2 80 

lbs. at 28c, 50 lbs. at 30c, Mercer, Andrew, Reformatory, 

50 lbs. at 33c; biscuits, 253,4 laundrying, 578 11; horse, 1 at 

lbs. at 12c; 25 lbs. at 13c, 83 150.00 728 11 

lbs. tit 15c; flavouring ex- ,, ' „"," ' ............ 

tracts, 4 doz. at 6.00; biking ™ e ™ T . Reformatory Industries, 

powder, 1 doz. at 2.25, 1 doz ^ w , el R s : 30 Q *> at f \\*: 8 doz ' 

at 2.40, 1 doz. at 2.50, 1 doz, Jnj^iV d ° Z " *! ?oi °T' 

at 3.00; mustard, 10 lbs. at a " 8 ' 12 ° pr f- ' at "^ to P 

20c, 10 lbs. at 22c, 20 lbs. at *™ rts ; Q 4 5 at K1 92c V ; f sh * e S ' 4 

25c, 10 lbs. at 35c,; pepper, f 0z Q4 at *'™> blankets 600 lbs. 

25 lbs. at 35c, 10 lbs. at 39c; flltt* *,¥*'* 1 1* ' T" 

sauces, 1 doz. at 2.35, 3 doz. ^f' 12 at *f \ F llow > 

at 2.85; tobacco, 110 lbs, at ^ ™ ft *^ * 3.36 4 doz. at 

85c, 17% lbs. at 86c, 255 lbs. M 4 ' ™ a " re f ses - 2 *} 12 -^ 

at 94c, 245 lbs at 1.43; toilet bales ' 2 ' 50; less ' credlts ' 4 ' 56 ' a * 221 29 

paper, 1 case at 4.00; pickles, Meredith, Thos., & Co., Ltd., tea 

2 doz. at 1.50; vinegar, 33 kettle, 1.75; sundries, 1.60 ... 3 35 

gals, at 25c; washing soda, 2 Military Hospitals Commission 

bags at 1.75; matches, 1 case Industries, calves, 2 at 27.00; 

at 6.50, 1 case at 15.25; pepper, veal, 183 lbs. at 13c; hogs, 

10 lbs. at 38c; sundries, 440 lbs - at 15c -> 12,230 lbs. as 

12.36; less discount, 20.63 ... 2,358 27 17 3 /ic 3,150 lbs. at 18c; cy- 

Lyons, Geo. A., oats, 132 bus. press boxes, 3 at 10.50; repair- 

7 lbs. at 85c, 20 bus. at 87c, in S Pick-ling needle, 1.80; saw- 

18 bus. 13 lbs. at 90c, 141 *ust, 8 bags at 5c, 18 bags at 

bus. 16 lbs. at 95c, 105 bus. 10c - sundries, 3.00 2,920 11 

20 lbs. at 1.00, 58 bus. 8 lbs at * Milnes Coal Co., Ltd., coal, 52 

1.10, 44 bus. 28 lbs. at 1.15; tons 1.300 lbs. at 9.00, 1 ton 

chop feed, 1,145 lbs at 3c; 1,120 lbs. at 9.50 488 67 

straw, 2,804 lbs. at 60c cwt. Mimico Garage, auto repairs and 

380 lbs. at 70c cwt.; bran, supplies 5 85 

300 lbs. at 2.00 cwt., 200 lbs. Mimico Hospital for Insane, 

at 2.10 cwt., 300 lbs. at 2.25 bread, 12890 lbs. at 4c, 13,494 

cwt., 200 lbs. at 2.35 cwt.; lbs. at 4%c; milk, 15.840 lbs. 

shorts, 100 lbs. at 2.50 cwt.; at 16c; hay, 7 tons 1,230 

wheat, 200 lbs. at 4.50 cwt.: lbs. at 12.00; 3 tons 600 lbs. 

sundries, 69c 589 61 at 14.00; flour, 15 bags at 

McClure, G., trav. expenses .... 28 80 4.40; tea. 18 lbs. at 35c; sun- 

McCormack & Robinson, iron dries, 26c 1,586 41 

hardware, etc 17 05 Mimico Planing Mills, lumber. 126 47 

McLarens, Ltd., sausage filler, Mueller, Chas. Co., Ltd., oak 

1,960 lbs. at 6*4c; pickle, 501 tierces, 50 at 3.00 150 00 

lbs. at 15c; less freight National Portland 'Cement Co., 

charges, 2.61 195 04 Ltd.; bags, 2,249 at 10c 224 90 



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245 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Ontario Reformatory Industries. — Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 

Neill, The Shoe Man, boots, 4 pr. Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., Ltd., 

at 6.00; rubber boots, 1 pr. repairs to elevator 13 50 

at 5.50 29 50 Owen Sound Advertiser, adver- 

Nelles, Chas. L., stationery . . 60 tising, 3 00 

Nicholls, Sam., trav. expenses.. 4 50 Owen Sound Times, advertising 3 00 

Norris, A. D., sundry fruits ... 5 89 Parkdale Garage, auto repairs.. 36 50 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd., elec- Parkdale Motors, auto repairs.. 24 74 

trical supplies 196 75 Pathescope Co., of Canada, Ltd., 

O'Connor, J. J., stationery 1 98 lamps, 3.00; postage, 10c 3 10 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., Paton, J. W., paints, oils, etc.... 4 40 

flour, 11 bbls. at 11.15; rolled Pay lists, wages of men 2,278 40 

oats, 30 .bbls at 7.08%, 10 y» Peacock, George, iron hardware, 

bbls. at 10.80 448 69 etc 13 67 

Ontario Lime Co., fire clay, 1,480 Postmaster, postage stamps, 

lbs. at 15.00 ton, 1,500 lbs. at 101.00; rent of P.O. box, 1.00. 102 00 

17.00 ton; cement, 8 bbls. at v Patter, Chas.. thermometers, 9 

3.40; fire brick, 300 at 70.00 O at 30c, 2 at 50c 3 70 

per 1,000; steel, 650 lbs. at 7c; Pratt, D. S., coal, 73 tons, 300 

hydrate, %"ton at 16.26; plas- lbs. at 7.07 517 17 

ter, 1 bbl. at 3.15, 1 bbl. at 3.40 132 23 Reid, E. O., trav. expenses 6 50 

Ontario Oriental Flour Co., Ltd., Reveley & Son, wire, 8 lbs. at 12c. 96 

flour, 30 bbls. at 13,00; less Richards-Wilcox Canadian Co., 

freight charges, 74c/ 389 26 Ltd., iron hydrants, etc 46 63 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, Royal Standard Typewriters, 

beef, 505 lbs. at 14V 2 . 831 lbs. Ltd., typewriter ribbons 1 50 

at 15c, 499 lbs. at 15y 2 c, 281 Sarnia Fence Co., Ltd., fencing, 

lbs. at 16c, 908 lbs, at 16y 2 c. 60 rods at 58c 34 80 

541 lbs. at 17c, 1,658 lbs. at Sherritt, John, purchase of beef, 

17%c. f 1,888 lbs. at 18c, 1.070 2,050 lbs. at 4.00 cwt, 930 lbs. 

lbs. at 18y>c, 582 lbs. at 19c. at 5.00, 1,100 lbs. at 5.50, 4,110 

143 lbs. at 19V 2 c, 1,547 lbs. at lbs. at 7.00, 7,720 lbs. at 7.50, 

20c; 1,362 lbs. at 20V 2 c, 162 4,080 lbs. at 7.75, 23,210 lbs. at 

lbs. at 21c, 646 lbs. at 2iy>c, 7.85, 35,110 lbs. at 8.00, 11,770 

484 lbs. at 22c, 1,348 lbs. at lbs. at 8.25, 23,900 lbs. at 8.45, 

221/jC, 656 lbs. at 23c, 268 lbs. 7,550 lbs. at 8.50, 10,290 lbs. 

at 23V 2 c, 895 lbs. at 24c, 947 at 8.75, 47,600 lbs. at 9.00, 

lbs. at 25c, 287 lbs. at 27c; 10,064 lbs. at 9.25, 2,050 lbs. 

pickled pork, 200 lbs. at at 9.35, 44,760 lbs. at 9.50, 

25VL>c, 200 lbs. at 26i{,c, 130 13,360 lbs. at 9.60, 109,650 lbs. 

at 30c; sausage, 275, lbs. at at 9.75, 54,230 lbs. at 10,00, 

16c, 352 lbs. at 17c, 341 lbs. 26,670 lbs. at 10.25, 4,900 lbs. 

at 18c, 311 lbs. at 18y 2 c, 62 at 10.30, 165,485 lbs. at 10.50, 

lbs. at 24c; liver, 95 lbs. at 4.050 lbs. at 10.35, 17,830 lbs. 

10c, 50 lbs. at 12c, 477 lbs. at at 10.60, 20,150 lbs. at 10.75, 

13c; baoon, 28 lbs. at 40c, 145 141,765 lbs. at 11.00, 16,450 lbs. 

lbs. at 41c, 120 lbs. at 42c; at 11.05, 20,000 lbs. at 11.25, 

ham, 200 lbs. at 25c, 200 lbs. 45,780 lbs. at 11.50, 11,850 lbs. 

at 27c, 200 lbs. at 28c, 70 lbs. at 11.75, 7,970 lbs. at 11.10, 

at 28y 2 c, 37 lbs. at 32c, 40 2,190 lbs. at 11.30, 18,890 lbs. 

lbs. at 35c, 26 lbs. at 39 y 2 c, 35 at 12.00, 43,220 lbs. at 12.25, 

lbs. at 40c; pork, 104 lbs. at 33,560 lbs. at 12.50, 3,580 lbs. 

27V 2 c.; headcheese, 41 lbs. at at 12.75, 8,030 lbs. at 12.85, 

14c; jellied hock, 83 lbs. at 67,368 lbs. at 13.00, 22,250 lbs. 

18c, 158 lbs. at 20c; bologna, at 13,05, 25,510 lbs. at 13.50, 

36 lbs. at 15c; cottage loaf, 53 9,520 lbs. at 13.75, 2,224 lbs. at 

lbs. at 25c; brawn, 100 lbs. at 14.00, 2,070 lbs. at 14.25, 12,030 

23c, caps, 35 at 60c; mitts, lbs. at 14.50, 575 lbs. at 15.00; 

16 doz. at 3.85, 24 doz. at 4.10; cattle, 6 head at 100.00; sheep, 

brooms, 3 doz. at 4.50; paint, 7,512 lbs. at 10c, 450 lbs. at 

5 gals, at 2.15; bowls, 5 doz. 12c, 9,150 lbs. at 123,4c, 4,880 

at 1.65; baskets, barrels, etc., lbs. at 1334c, 1,805 lbs. at 14c, 

22.54; less credits, 457.32 4,153 16 3,680 lbs. at 14y 2 c, 5,340 lbs. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Ontario Reformatory Industries.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



at 14 %c; hogs, 2,790 lbs. at 

I41/2C, 540 lbs. at 15c. 2,990 

lbs. at 16^0., 8,372 lbs. at 17c, 

5,855 lbs. at 17y 2 c, 3,285 lbs. 

at 17%c, 18,090 lbs. at 18c, 

3,730 lbs. at 18%c, 3,460 lbs. 

at 19%c; sundry meats, 

179.84; bedding, feed, etc., 

47.37; trav. expenses, 451.68; 

less discounts, 738.65 135,576 63 

Sherwin-Williams Co. of Can- 
ada, Ltd., paint, oils, etc. ... 18 69 

Simpson, Robert, Co., Ltd., 
men's suits, 5 at 18.50, 8 at 
20.00; overcoats, 4 at 20.00; 
crockery ware, 3,556.27; wash- 
stand, 1 at 6.95; table, 1 at 
4.75; pants, 2 prs. at 4.00, 5 
prs. at 5.75; tray sets, 300 at 
2.15; dresser, 1 at 18.85; 
chairs, 6 at 1.00, 6 at 1.80; 
rugs, 12 at 3.70 4,702 27 

Smith, James, blankets, 3 at 
3.00; team backhands, 1 pr. 
at 12.00; harness repairs, 37.85 58 85 

Standard Fuel Co. of Toronto, 
Ltd., coal, 53 tons 800 lbs. at 
4.16 222 14 

Steele, James, Ltd., extension 
springs, 4 at 65c 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., seeds . . 

Stock, G. B\, Xylite Grease & Oil 
Co., grease, 226 lbs. at 8c, 297 
lbs. at 10c; belt dressing, 36 
lbs. at 35c 

Sundry Persons, gratuities for 
good conduct 

Sundry Newspapers & Periodi- 
cals, subscriptions 

Swift Canadian Co., beef cheeks, 
1,277 lbs. at ll%c, 1,000 lbs. 
at 12c, 507 lbs. at 12V>c, 94$ 
lbs. at 12 %c, 1,003 lbs., at 
13%c; veal, 376 lbs. at 24c; 
less credits, 3.68 673 08 

Talbot & Talbot, press cloths, 1 
doz 42 10 



2 


60 


21 


96 


60 


38 


,028 


25 


27 


00 



Tamblyn, G., Ltd., chemicals . . 

Toronto Butchers' Supply Co., 
Ltd., sausage casings, 90.50; 
sharpening and repairing 
knives, etc., 6.40; thermom- 
eters, 5.60; postage, 14c 

Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Ry. 
Co., freight charges 

Toronto Hospital for Insane 
(Whitby Branch), feed and 
care of 50 steers 1 

Toronto Motor Car Co., auto 
supplies 

Toronto Pattern Works, pat- 
terns, castings, etc 1 

Toronto Salt Works, salt, 300 
bags at 1.40, 41% tons at 
11.95; less freight charges, 
166.00 

Toronto Stamp & Stencil Works, 
stencils 

Toronto Street Ry. Co., car 
tickets 

Turnbull Elevator Mfg. Co., 
cable, 100 ft. at 20c 

Valley Camp Coal Co., coal, 2,825 
tons, 500 lbs. at 5.38 15 

Victoria Paper & Twine Co., 
Ltd., flour sacks, 6.40; twine, 
101 lbs. at 75c 

Vokes Hardware Co., Ltd., iron 
hardware, etc 

Wallace Printing Co., printing. 

Warner Bros., sundry fruits . . 

Wase, H., & Co., chemicals 

Wehrley, F. H„ trav. expenses. 

White, A. S., blacksmithing . . . 

Williams, A. R., Machinery Co., 
Ltd., pulley 

Wilson, H. A., Co., Ltd., sporting 
goods 

Woodstock Hospital for Epilep- 
tics, purchase of beef 1, 

York Coal Co., coal, 6 tons 500 
lbs. at 9.50 



1 11 



102 


G4 


5 


00 


706 


10 


18 


37 


,388,57 


749 


93 


8 


18 


80 


00 


20 


00 


199 


89 



82 15 



47 


72 


31 


00 


7 


58 


10 00 


18 


70 


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20 


9 


75 


15 


20 


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75 


59 


38 



Mercer Reformatory. 

Salaries ($18,064.36) 

Emma O'Sullivan : Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 1,900 00 

H. C. St. John : do Deputy Superintendent 850 00 

J. Algie, M.D. : Two and a half do Physician 318 55 

J. Wells : Seven do Dentist 175 00 

Thos. McKenzie : Twelve do Bursar 1,700 00 

E. Defries : do Stenographer 720 00 

Chas. Macklin : do Gardener 800 00 

Wm. Caston : Three do Carpenter 162 00 

W. McGee: Nine do do 60O 00 

Jas. Kelly; Twelve do Engineer 900 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Mercer Reformatory. — Continued. 

Salaries. — Continued. 

J. R. Laing: Twelve months' salary as Asst. Engineer 850 00 

Robert Wheeler : do Stoker 750 00 

Wm. McGee: Three do Night Watchman 175 00 

W. Caston: Nine do do 525 00 

Chief Attendants, Attendants and Cocks: * 7,358 23 

Temporary Assistance : 280 58 



Adams, Fred., tea, 254 lbs. at 
36c, 200 lbs. at 37c, 440 lbs. 
at 40c; coffee, 50 lbs. at 27c; 
pilchards, 40 doz. at 2.15 .... 

Armstrong & Paffard, Ltd., cur- 
rants, 56 lbs. at 23c; cinna- 
mon, 5 lbs. at 35c; sapolio, 
1 case at 3.60; raisins, 15 
pkgs. at 12y 2 c; peel> 1.98; 
split peas, 1 bag at 10.50; 
Gillett's lye, 1 case at 5.55; 
nuts, 2.25; extracts, 4.50; bak- 
ing soda, 35 lbs. at 4 1 / £c; 
jelly powder, 1 doz. at 1.80, 
8 doz. at 1.15; vinegar, 33 
gals, at 25c; bathbrick, 2 
cases at 1.50; sundries, 2.20; 
gran, sugar, 5 bags at 9.06, 2 
bags at 9.79; yellow sugar, 1 
bag at 8.66, 2 bags at 9.49; 
cornmeal, 50 lbs. at 7c, 50 
lbs. at 7 1 / £c; cornstarch, 40 
lbs. at liy 2 c, 40 lbs. at ll%c; 
mustard, 10 lbs. at 20c, 10 
lbs. at 24c 

Anderson-Macbeth, Ltd., hats, 
1 doz 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., wyandotte soda, 
2,800 lbs. at 3.48, 8,400 lbs. at 
4.02, 5,600 lbs. at 4.07; cleaner 
and cleanser, 560 lbs. at 5.34, 
280 lbs. at 5.39; detergent, 
250 lbs. at 9.45 cwt 

Austin, J. A., fly paper, 3 boxes 
at 50c; moth balls, 5 lbs. at 
20c 

Auto Livery, The, livery hire . . 

Bates & Dodds, ambulance ser- 
vice : 

Bell Telephone Co., rental of 
instruments, 208.00; messages, 
5.95 

Boeckh Bros., Co., dusters, 1 
doz. at 4.40; brushes, 4 doz. 
at 2.44, 4 at 45c; less dis- 
count, 66c 

Brock, W. R„ Co., Ltd., shoe 
laces, 2 gro. at 3.75, 1 gro. 
at 2.25; print, 247 yds. at 
19%c; cheesecloth, 196 yds. 
at 7%c; cotton, 118*4 yds. at 
30c, 53214 yds. at 27%c; 
thread, 7 gro. at 8.40; hand- 
kerchiefs, 9 doz. at 75c; 



Expenses ($28,436.57) 

combs, 6 doz. at 1.35, 16 doz. at 

85c, 12 doz. at 1.45; warp, 

4 gro. at 3.00, 2 bales at 2.95, 
440 94 1 bale at 3.95, 8 bales at 4.50, 

4 bales at 4.00; gloves, y 2 

doz. at 6.00, 1-12 doz. at 2.25; 

pins, 12 lbs. at 45c, 12 lbs. 

at 27 %c; needles, 1 1-5 gro. 

at 3.50; thimbles, 1 gro. at 

1.44; less discount, 14.63 ... 435 87 

Bruce, J. A., seeds 72 66 

Bursar, The, to pay sundries.. 14 80 
Caesar, J. N., sundry fruits . . 13 56 
Canada Customs, duty charges 365 63 
Canada Home Made Preserving 

and Pickling Co., marmalade, 

4 pails at 4.80 19 20 

Canada Steamship Lines, 

freight charges 1 15 

Canadian Express Co., express 

charges 7& 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 24 99 

C. P. Tel. Co., telegrams 78 

Cairns, Bernard, rubber stamps 40 

184 38 Cairo Bros., oranges 6 00 

Christie, Brown & Co., Ltd., 
2 25 biscuits, 28% lbs. at 15c; 

tins, 1.50 5 78 

Church Book Room, Ltd., prayer 

books 6 00 

City Dairy, milk, 2,904 gals, at 

40c 1,161 60 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas 564 16 

844 22 Consumers' Gasoline Supply Co., 

Ltd., gasoline 59 16 

Coulter Transfer Co., The, cart- 

2 50 age, plowing, etc 31 50 

3 75 Crain, James, apples 1 50 

Davenport, G. E., auto repairs 8 40 

3 50 Davies, Wm., Co., Ltd., sausage, 

10 lbs. at 21c, 10 lbs. at 20c 4 10 

Deferari, Joe, gerkins, 2 has. 
213 95 at 82y 2 c 1 65 

Doan & Charles, Ltd., coal, 107 
tons 1,150 lbs. at 9.38, 4 tons 
at 10.00, 78 tons 18 lbs. at 
15 30 7.30, 118 tons 400 lbs. at 7.60, 
196 tons 300 lbs. at 7.90, 4 
tons at 10.50, 2 tons at 11.00, 
399 tons 600 lbs. at 8.25, 8 
tons 200 lbs. at 11.50; cart- 
age, 331.01 tons at 1.00 7,862 89 

Dominion Express Co., charges 1 35 

Doyle, M., Fish Co., The, fish, 

3,100 lbs. at 10c 310 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Mercer Reformatory.— Continued. 



Eaton, T. Co., Ltd., photo sup- 
plies and school books .... 

Edwards Mfg. Co., Ltd., wax, 
50 lbs. at 35c 

Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 35 bags 
at 2.10, 651 y 2 bus. at 1.25; 
apples, 3 bbls. at 5.25, 2 bbls. 
at 5.00, 4 bbls. at 3.00 

Fielding, J. L., & Co., japan fan- 
nings, 240 lbs. at 17V 2 c 

Fisher, A. F., carpenter repairs 

Fleischmann Co., The, yeast, 
52 lbs. at 30c, 26y> lbs. at 35c. 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., stationery 

G. T. Ry. Sys., freight charges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages . . . 

Goldsmith Bros. Smelting & Re- 
fining Co., dental supplies . . 

Gordon, William, cartage, 76.55; 
unloading manure, 11.00 .... 

Gourlay, Winter & Leeming, re- 
pairs to piano 

Gunns, Ltd., geese, 40 lbs. at 
26c; chicken, 43 lbs. at 28c 

Hamilton, W. B., Shoe Co., 
boots and shoes, 114 prs. at 
1.50, 6 prs. at 2.20, 191 prs. 
at 1.75 \ 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., print- 
ing 

Harris, Dr. W. H., professional 
services 

Harris Abattoir, The, Co., but- 
ter, 1,064 lbs. at 371/2C, 448 
lbs. at 37.20c, 381 lbs. at 48c; 
eggs, 210 doz. at 48c, 15 doz. 
at 55c, 15 doz. at 47c, 60 doz. 
at 42c, 30 doz. at 41c, 30 
doz. at 45c, 60 doz. at 49c, 
30 doz. at 52c; cheese, 565 
lbs. at 24c, oleomargarine, 
1,176 lbs. at 31c, 56 lbs. at 
32c, 560 lbs. at 31%c. 

Hill Tire & Rubber Co., repairs 
to tires, 1.00; tires, 29.15 ... 

Hobbs, Samuel, snow shovels, 
5.05; twine, 12 balls at 15c; 
scissors, 1 pr. at 1.50 

Hooper, S. F„ blacksmithing . . 

Howe, Margaret, trav. expenses 

Hume, W. R., apples 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., drugs 
and chemicals 

Invalid Soldiers' Commission, 
Industries, tea fannings, 320 
lbs. at 15c; brooms, 6 doz. 
at 6.40 

Jacobs, I. L., auto hire 

Lake Simcoe Ice Supply Co., 
ice, 1,176 cwt. at 22c 

Lewis, C. F., subscription to 
Delinquent 

Lewis, Rice & Son, Ltd., netting, 
1 roll 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Luke, F. E., glasses, 6 prs. for 

2 89 25.00; sundries, 2.99 

Lyons & Marks, scrub cloths, 
17 50 12 doz. at 1.90, 12 doz. at 2.00 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., flour, 
114 bags at 4.40; bran, 2 bags 

at 1.60 

927 52 Marchment, S. W., manure, 22.6 
tons at 1.10, 29.100 tons at 
1.50; freight, 23.24 

Medland Bros., Ltd., extracts, 
5 bots. at 60c, 6 bots. at 85c; 
rice, 1 bag at 10.00; mustard, 
10 lbs. at 20c; cornineal, 1% 
bags at 7.00; salt, 1 bbl. at 
2.50, 1 bbl. at 2.80; sago, 50 
lbs. at 15c; tapioca, 50 lbs. 
at 15c; cornstarch, 80 lbs. at 
liy 2 c; L. & P. sauce, 1 doz. at 
7.50; sundries, 90c; sugar, 
2 bags at 9.27, 6 bags at 8.87, 
2 bags at 9.40; syrup, 409 lbs. 
at 7%c; raisins, 50 lbs. at 
15c; barley, 1 bag at 6.00; 
cleaning material, 10.15; mo- 
lasses, 5 gals, at 86c 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
sheeting, 118 y 2 yds. at 27y 2 c; 
cotton, 553% yds. at lSV+c, 
128% yds. at 13c, 237 yds. 
at 13M>c; uniforms, 26 at 1.55, 
56 at 4.43; aprons, 18 at 86c; 
dresses. 40 at 1.58, 32 at 58c, 
30 at 2.10; bloomers, 8 prs. at 
at 1.72; flannelette, 110y 2 yds. 
at 17y 2 c 

Meyer Bros., wringer 

Might Directories, Ltd., direc- 
tory 

Mimico Hospital for Insane, 
geraniums 

McWilliams & Everest, Ltd., 

1,651 87 plums, 3 bas. at 1.75, 2 bas. 

at 1.25; apples, 1 bbl. at 4.00; 

30 15 peaches, 5 bas. at 2.00; pears, 

5 bas. at 1.25 

Ogilvie Flour Mills, Co., Ltd., 

8 35 rolled oats, 2 bags at 3.48%, 

1 50 14 bags at 5.30; flour, 58 bbls. 

136 22 at 11.15, 32 bbls. at 10.95; 

1 30 bags, 6.40 

Ont. Fertilizer, Ltd., fertilizer.. 

378 96 Ont. Reformatory Industries, 

beef, 144 lbs. at 15c, 270 lbs. 

at 151/2C, 280 lbs. at 16c, 1,405 

lbs. at 17c, 570 lbs. at 17%c, 

86 40 892 lbs. at 18c, 121 lbs. at 

3 75 18y 2 c, 109 lbs. at 19c, 747 

lbs. at 19V.c, 1,248 lbs. at 
258 72 20c, 444 lbs. at 20y 2 c, 356 

lbs. at 2iy 2 c, 268 lbs. at 22c, 
1 00 393 lbs. at 22%C, 636 lbs. at 

23V,c. 527 lbs. at 24c, 134 
8 12 lbs. at 24y 2 c, 270 lbs. at 25c, 



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45 


24 
71 

808 


89 
40 
92 

88 


32 


52 


87 


55 


' 3 


00 


22 


44 


518 


45 


26 


50 


10 


00 



27 


99 


46 


80 


504 


80 


91 


68 



218 98 



636 36 
12 50 

10 00 

133 33 



28 00 



1,084 68 
45 00 



1017 18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Mercer Reformatory. — Continued. 



130 lbs. at 2&Y2C, 363 lbs. at 
26c, 123 lbs. at 26y 2 c, 588 
lbs. at 27c, 93 lbs. at 28c, 128 
lbs. at 29c; lard compound, 
50 lbs. at 191/2C, 50 lbs. at 
20c, 250 lbs. at 26c; bacon, 
83 lbs. at 30c, 7 lbs. at 31c, 
23 lbs. at 38c, 32 lbs. at 40c, 
71 lbs. at 41c, 30 lbs. at 42c; 
baskets, tubs, etc., 8.19; 
bologna, 100 lbs. at 14c, 456 
lbs. at 15c, 50 lbs. at 17c; 
pork, 413 lbs. at 27%c, 131 
lbs. at 26V 2 c; mutton, 69 lbs. 
at 23 %c; pork and beans, 42 
lbs. at lie; liver, 100 lbs. at 
10c, 48 lbs. at lie, 529 lbs. 
at 13c; lamb, 41 lbs. at 26c; 
ham, 30 lbs. at 40c; brooms, 
5 doz. at 4.25; brawn, 41 lbs. 
at 23c; jellied hocks, 39 lbs. 
at 20c; whisks, 2 doz. at 1.75, 
V> doz. at 2.75; beef loaf, 208 
lbs. at 25c; beans, 3 bags at 
7.00; less discount, 108.30 ... 

O'Sullivan, Emma, trav. ex- 
penses 

Paine, John B., Co., Ltd., starch, 
600 lbs. at 10c, 600 lbs. at 
9c; borax, 20 lbs. at 15c; 
sponges, V 2 lb. at - 2.00; 
sponge cloth, 5 lbs. at 60c; 
chloride of lime, 4 pails at 
1.25 

Parkdale Garage, repairs, 1.50; 
livery hire, 4.00 

Pathescope of Canada, Ltd., film 
service 

Perkins, Ince & Co., soap, 27 
boxes at 5.55, 14 boxes at 5.40; 
jelly powder, 4 doz. at 1.00, 
8 doz. at 1.15; syrup, 719 lbs. 
at 7V 4 c.; putz, 1 doz. at 1.75, 
2 doz. at 1.60; soda biscuits, 
16 lbs. at 13c, 131,4 lbs. at 
15c; lye, 1 case at 5.45; mus- 
tard, 10 lbs. at 20c; cereals, 
10.23; raisins, 50 lbs. at 16c, 
50 lbs. at 16i/ 2 c; extracts, 
2.25; sundries, 1.47; sugar, 1 
bag at 8.57, 2 bags at 8.96, 2 
bags at 8.56; sago, 25 lbs. at 
15c; chocolate, 12 lbs. at 37c; 
cornstarch, 40 lbs. at lie; 
baking powder, 4 doz. at 3.40; 
pepper, 10 lbs. at 40c, 10 lbs. 
at 42c 

Perrin, F. J., coffee beans, 50 
lbs. at 26c, 50 lbs. at 31c 

Pettigrew, J., sundry fruits . . 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . . 

Proctor & Gamble Distributing 



Expenses. — Continued. 

Co., Ltd., soap flakes, 3,350 

lbs. at 7%c 259 63 

Puccini, A., & Co., Ltd., ma- 
caroni, 364 lbs. at 9%c 33 68 

Ratcliffe Paper Co., Ltd., toilet 
paper, 19.75; fibre paper, 195 
lbs. at 8c 35 35 

Reeson, .F. K., apples 1 20 

Rennie, W., & Co., Ltd., seeds, 
plants, etc 6 75 

Ronuk, Ltd., floor polish, 1 doz. 
pts 4 50 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
needles and sundries 1 45 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., sun- 
dries, 8.89; rubber boots, 1 
pr. at 4.75; skirts, 1 at 4.95; 
waists, 1 at 1.99; raincoat, 

1 at 11.50; suits, 8 at 18.00; 
petticoats, 1 at 1.50; boots, 8 
prs. at 4.00; hats, 8 at 2.50; 
overcoats, 2 at 18.00; fur caps, 

2 at 5.00 275 58 

Sloan, John Co., vinegar, 30 

,763 79 gals, at 27c; raisins, 50 lbs. 

at 14c; jello, 4 doz. at 1.15; 
.132 11 putz cream, 6 doz. at 1.80; 

rice, 100 lbs. at 9^c; sun- 
dries, 3.90; sapolio, 1 case at 
3.60, 1 case at 3.75; salt, 1 
bbl. at 3.00; cornstarch, 40 
pkgs. at lie; barley, 1 bag at 
6.50; tapioca, 50 lbs. at 16c; 
126 00 sugar, 3 bags at 8.24, 2 bags 

at 8.54, 2 bags at 9.04 133 03 

5 50 Sparrow, Geo., & Co., dipper.. 1 00 

Spence, D., sundry fruits 7 56 

60 00 Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 

seed, plants, etc 9 70 

Sundry newspapers and periodi- 
cals, subscriptions 13 0U 

Sundry persons, gratuities .... 8 25 

Taylor, John. & Co., castile, 2 

cases at 9.35, 2 cases at 10.60 39 90 
Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 

electric current 173 79 

Toronto Laundry Machinery 

Co., Ltd., repairs 60 

Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 60 00 
Toronto, City of, water rates, 
509.30; elevator license fee, 

2.50 511 80 

'Toronto Weekly Railway and 

Steamboat Guide, subscription 6 00 

Universal Car Co., repairs to 

auto 82 77 

415 45 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 14 00 

28 50 Valley Camp Coal Co., coal, 

' 1 12 390.98 tons at 5.38 2,107 35 

143 00 Warren Bros., & Co., syrup, 371 

lbs. at 7%e, 386 lbs. at 714c; 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Mercer Reformatory.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued 



sodas, 15 lbs. at 12c, 47 lbs. 
at 13c; rice, 100 lbs. at 8c, 
100 lbs. at 9%c; sundries, 
6.31; blue, 24 pkts. at 17c; 
prunes, 50 lbs. at 14c, 50 lbs. 
at 1014c.;' sugar, 10 lbs. at 
10%c, 1 bag at 8.97, 2 bags 
at 8.47; cornmeal, 50 lbs. at 
7 1 / £c, 50 lbs. at 6% a; raisins, 
1 box at 1.75, 1 box at 6.75; 
jelly powder, 4 doz. at 90c, 
4 doz. at 1.00; cornstarch, 40 
lbs. at 12c, 40 lbs. at lie; 
tapioca, 25 lbs. at 14% c; sago, 
25 lbs. at 15c; salt, 1 bbl. at 



2.80, 1 bbl. at 2.60, 1 bbl. at 
5.50; molasses, 10 gals, at 
65c; beans, 3% bus. at 8.50; 
cleaning material, 17.2.8 .... 

Watkins, J. H., & Co., bran, 200 
lbs. at 2.35 

Wells, Dr. Josephine, profes- 
sional services 

White Swan Spices & Cereals, 
Ltd., flaked wheat, 1 bbl. . . . 

Whirlwind Carpet Co., cleaning 
carpet 

Woods, T. Ambrose, rye, 1 gal. 
at 4.75; alcohol, 1 qt. at 2.50 



Maintenance and repairs of all buildings.'roads, walks, grounds and fences ($2,674.54) 



Adams & Elting Co., paints, 
oils, etc 

Armstrong, Fred., Co., Ltd., 
guard socket 

Breend, C. H., repairs to assem- 
bly hall, labor and material . 

Canada Construction Co., re- 
pairs to buildings 

Can. Oil Companies, Ltd., oil . . 

Dillon, W, E,, Co., Ltd., repairs 
to roof 

Eureka Refrigerator Co., Ltd., 
repairs 

Gordon, Wm, cartage 

Higgins Mfg. Co., balcony 
screens 

Hobbs, S., paints, hardware, 
etc. 

Hooper, F., blacksmithing .... 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., win- 
dow screens, 3 doz. at 4.90; 
hardware sundries, 7.47 .... 

Laidlaw, R., & Co., sash 



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70 



Lake, Wm. H., hardware and 

oils 

McFarlane Mfg. Co., lumber . . 
Maloy, Wm, services painting 
Martin-Senour Co., Ltd., paints 

and oils 

Metallic Roofing Co., of Canada, 

Ltd., pipe and elbows 

Muldoon, J., Ltd., lime, cement, 

etc 

Ontario